Cummins, Jim

International Handbook of English Language Teaching

International Handbook of English Language Teaching


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Table of contents

Section 1:. The Global Scope and Politics of ELT: Critiquing Current Policies and Programs

1. Introduction: The Global Scope and Politics of ELT: Critiquing Current Policies and Programs
Jim Cummins, Chris Davison

2. ELT and Colonialism
Alastair Pennycook

3. Ideology, Language Varieties, and ELT
James W. Tollefson

4. Tensions Between English and Mother Tongue Teaching in Post-Colonial Africa
Margaret Akinyi Obondo

5. A Critical Discussion of the English-Vernacular Divide in India
Vaidehi Ramanathan

6. ELT Policy Directions in Multilingual Japan
Yasuko Kanno

7. English Language Teaching in Korea
Hyunjung Shin

8. The National Curriculum Changes and Their Effects on English Language Teaching in the People’s Republic of China
Qiang Wang

9. ELT and Bilingual Education in Argentina
Agustina Tocalli-Beller

10. English, No Longer a Foreign Language in Europe?
Robert Phillipson

11. Common Property: English as a Lingua Franca in Europe
Barbara Seidlhofer

12. Teaching English as a Third Language
Ulrike Jessner, Jasone Cenoz

13. Protecting English in an Anglophone Age
Joseph Bianco

14. Adult Immigrant ESL Programs in Canada
Douglas Fleming

15. Focus on Literacy
Jill Bourne

16. Methods, Meanings and Education Policy in the United States
Lois M. Meyer

Section 2:. The Goals and Focus of the ELT Program: Problematizing Content and Pedagogy

17. Introduction: The Goals and Focus of the ELT Program: Problematizing Content and Pedagogy
Chris Davison, Jim Cummins

18. The Goals of ELT
Vivian Cook

19. Integrating School-Aged ESL Learners into the Mainstream Curriculum
Constant Leung

20. Communicative Language Teaching
Nina Spada

21. Language Instruction Through Tasks
Peter Skehan

22. Knowledge Structures in Social Practices
Bernard A. Mohan

23. Accelerating Academic Achievement of English Language Learners
Anna Uhl Chamot

24. Predicting Second Language Academic Success in English Using the Prism Model
Virginia P. Collier, Wayne P. Thomas

25. Four Keys for School Success for Elementary English Learners
Yvonne Freeman, David Freeman

26. Collaborating in ESL Education in Schools
Sophie Arkoudis

27. Organization of English Teaching in International Schools
Maurice W. Carder

28. English for Specific Purposes
Ken Hyland

29. An Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching Adults English in the Workplace
Jane Lockwood

Section 3:. Assessment and Evaluation in ELT: Shifting Paradigms and Practices

30. Introduction: Assessment and Evaluation in ELT: Shifting Paradigms and Practices
Chris Davison, Jim Cummins

31. Standards-Based Approaches to the Evaluation of ESL Instruction
David Nunan

32. The Standards Movement and ELT for School-Aged Learners
Penny Mckay

33. High-Stakes Testing and Assessment
David Coniam, Peter Falvey

34. New Directions in Testing English Language Proficiency for University Entrance
Alister Cumming

35. The Impact of Testing Practices on Teaching
Liz Hamp-Lyons

36. Classroom-Based Assessment: Possibilities and Pitfalls
Pauline Rea-Dickins

37. The Power of Language Tests, The Power of the English Language and the Role of ELT
Elana Shohamy

38. Different Definitions of Language and Language Learning
Chris Davison

Section 1:. The Learner and the Learning Environment: Creating New Communities

39. Introduction: The Learner and the Learning Environment: Creating New Communities
Jim Cummins, Chris Davison

40. ESL Learners in the Early School Years
Kelleen Toohey, Elaine Day, Patrick Manyak

41. The Adolescent English Language Learner
Linda Harklau

42. What about the Students? English Language Learners in Postsecondary Settings
Sarah Benesch

43. Imagined Communities, Identity, and English Language Learning
Aneta Pavlenko, Bonny Norton

44. Academic Achievement and Social Identity Among Bilingual Students in the U.S.
Shelley Wong, Rachel Grant

45. Sociocultural Theory
James P. Lantolf

46. Mediating Academic Language Learning Through Classroom Discourse
Pauline Gibbons

47. Creating a Motivating Classroom Environment
Zoltán Dörnyei

48. Autonomy and Its Role in Learning
Philip Benson

49. Creating a Technology-Rich English Language Learning Environment
Denise E. Murray

50. The Internet and English Language Learning
Vasilia Kourtis-Kazoullis, Eleni Skourtou

Section 2:. Constructs of Language in ELT: Breaking the Boundaries

51. Introduction: Constructs of Language in ELT: Breaking the Boundaries
Chris Davison, Jim Cummins

52. Psycholinguistic Perspectives on Language and Its Acquisition
Jan H. Hulstijn

53. Academic Language
Jim Cummins, Evelyn Man Yee-Fun

54. Teaching Implications of L2 Phonology Research
John Archibald

55. Current Perspectives on Vocabulary Teaching and Learning
Norbert Schmitt

56. Changing Approaches to the Conceptualization and Teaching of Grammar
Beverly Derewianka

57. Extending Our Understanding of Spoken Discourse
Michael McCarthy, Diana Slade

58. New Directions in Student Academic Writing
Sue Starfield

59. From Literacy to Multiliteracies in ELT
Heather Lotherington

60. Technology and Writing
Mark Warschauer

61. Multimodal Pedagogies, Representation and Identity: Perspectives from Post-Apartheid South Africa
Pippa Stein, Denise Newfield

62. Approaches to Genre in ELT
Brian Paltridge

63. Researching and Developing Teacher Language Awareness
Stephen Andrews

Section 3:. Research and Teacher Education in ELT: Meeting New Challenges

64. Introduction: Research and Teacher Education in ELT: Meeting New Challenges
Jim Cummins, Chris Davison

65. Qualitative Approaches to Classroom Research with English Language Learners
Patricia A. Duff

66. Action Research
Anne Burns

67. Narrative Inquiry and ELT Research
Joann Phillion, Ming Fang He

68. Conversation Analysis: Issues and Problems
Numa Markee

69. Poststructuralism and Applied Linguistics
Brian Morgan

70. What Shapes Teachers’ Professional Development?
Amy B. M. Tsui

71. Appropriating Uncertainty
Michael P. Breen

72. Teacher Education for Linguistically Diverse Communities, Schools, and Classrooms
Tara Goldstein

73. Challenges and Opportunities for the Teaching Profession
Charlotte Franson

74. Teachers’ Roles in the Global Hypermedia Environment
Chris Corbel

75. Preparing Teachers for Technology-Supported ELT
Michael K. Legutke, Andreas Müller-Hartmann, Marita Schocker V. Ditfurth

Keywords: Education, Language Education, Assessment, Testing and Evaluation

Publication year
Springer International Handbooks of Education
Page amount
1322 pages
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