Breeze, Ruth

Essential Competencies for English-medium University Teaching

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Making Essential Competencies Visible in Higher Education
Carmen Sancho Guinda, Ruth Breeze

Part I. Critical Thinking

2. On the Teaching of Critical Thinking in English for Academic Purposes
Tim J. Moore

3. Promoting Critical Cultural Awareness in the International University
Ruth Breeze

4. Critical Thinking, Language and Problem-Solving: Scaffolding Thinking Skills through Debate
David Rear

5. Indexicals and L2 Learners’ Metadiscursive Awareness
Francis Cornish

Part II. Creativity

6. In Search of Creativity
Alan Maley

7. Teaching Creatively and Teaching for Creativity
Teresa Cremin

8. Creativity and Digital Literacies in English for Specific Purposes
Christoph A. Hafner, Lindsay Miller, Connie Kwai Fun Ng

9. Towards a Corpus-Attested Definition of Creativity as Accessed through a Subtextual Analysis of Student Writing
Marija Milojkovic, Bill Louw

Part III. Autonomy

10. Three Versions of Learner Autonomy and their Implications for English-Medium Degree Programmes
David Little

11. Listening to Local Voices: Teachers’ Representations on Learner Autonomy
Faiza Bensemmane-Ihaddaden

12. Reevaluating the Roles of the Stakeholders in Language Education: How Student Autonomy Is Promoted through Projects in English for Specific Academic Purposes (ESAP) Courses
Miriam Symon

13. Learner Autonomy and Awareness through Distance Collaborative Group Work in English for Academic Purposes
Elisabet Arnó-Macià

14. Argumentation and Floor Management in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning
Kenneth Keng Wee Ong, Sujata S. Kathpalia

15. Rising Spirals and Virtuous Circles: The Interrelationship between Motivation and Learner Autonomy
Ruth Wilkinson

Part IV. Motivation

16. Motivation in Language Learning
Lindy Woodrow

17. Essential Motivational Group Dynamics: A 3-Year Panel Study
Yoshifumi Fukada, Tim Murphey, Joseph Falout, Tetsuya Fukuda

18. Managing and Mediating the Research Element on Master’s Courses: The Roles of Course Leaders and Supervisors
Amos Paran, Fiona Hyland, Clare Bentall

19. Authentic Learning and Student Motivation: Building Instructor and Student Confidence through Genuine Interaction and Authentic Classroom Materials
Christine Jernigan

20. Motivation, Technology and Language Learning
Linda Weinberg

Keywords: Education, Language Education, Applied Linguistics, Higher Education, Learning & Instruction

Publication year
Educational Linguistics
Page amount
18 pages
Upbringing, Education
Printed ISBN

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