Learning to Teach Modern Foreign Languages in the Secondary School has established itself as the leading textbook for student teachers of modern foreign languages in the UK. The practical focus of the book is underpinned by a theoretical perspective, and students are encouraged to develop a personal approach to modern foreign language teaching. An account is also taken of relevant statutory frameworks. This fully revised, third edition has been thoroughly updated to take account of recent policy and curriculum changes. And, with the recent increased emphasis on teachers as researchers, and the alignment of many PGCE courses, with Masters Level criteria, reference to important concepts and theoretical positions have been strengthened with strong reference to their relevance in the context of professional practice and a new chapter discussing the findings of research on Second Language Acquisition and Foreign Language Learning has been added. Other chapters cover a wide range of relevant topics, including: teaching methods and learning strategies teaching in the target language and developing cultural awareness the teaching of grammar differentiation and assessment the use of ICT in modern foreign language teaching.Differences in Demands of Gcse and Gce As/a2 Level Examinations aAn Overview Pupils following GCSEcourses have been, ... in terms of language generation and productive skills, such as essay writingand oralpresentations, aswell as receptive skills, ... Students are expectedto produce discursive texts onsocial, politicaland economic topics related tothe target culture(s) aswell as general knowledge.
|Title||:||Learning to Teach Modern Languages in the Secondary School|
|Author||:||Norbert Pachler, Ann Barnes, Kit Field|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-11-19|