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Learner Based Teaching

Author : Colin Campbell
ISBN : 0194371638
Genre : Education
File Size : 78. 93 MB
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Provides seventy language practice activities which use knowledge, experience, and expertise that learners bring with them to the classroom. This work covers areas such as grammar, vocabulary, and examination practice. It is helpful for teachers working in conditions where there is limited access to published materials.

Learner Based Teaching Resource Books For Teachers

Author : Colin Campbell
ISBN : 9780194426091
Genre : Study Aids
File Size : 44. 20 MB
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The book provides seventy language practice activities which use the wealth of knowledge, experience, and expertise that learners bring with them to the classroom.

Begin With The Brain

Author : Martha Kaufeldt
ISBN : 9781412971584
Genre : Education
File Size : 65. 14 MB
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Based on current neuroscientific research, this revised edition helps teachers apply brain-friendly and learner-centered strategies to create a high-achieving, joyful learning environment.

Young Learners

Author : Sarah Phillips
ISBN : 0194371956
Genre : Foreign Language Study
File Size : 79. 12 MB
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Based on the principle that English lessons form an integral part of a young learner's whole education, and that the teacher has a responsibility than the simple teaching of the language system. This work provides practical ideas for a variety of language practice activities, including art and crafts, drama, games, storytelling, and songs.

Projects With Young Learners

Author : Diane Phillips
ISBN : 0194372219
Genre : Education
File Size : 87. 75 MB
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This popular series gives teachers practical advice and guidance, along with resource ideas and materials for the classroom. The tasks and activities are clearly presented, and offer teachers the information they need about level, time, preparation, materials, classroom management, monitoring, and follow-up activities. Each book offers up to 100 ideas, as well as variations that encourage teachers to adapt the activities to suite their individual classrooms.

Teaching English Language Learners

Author : Shelley Hong Xu
ISBN : 9781606235300
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 60. 71 MB
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Grounded in research and practical expertise, this volume helps K?6 teachers skillfully support all of their English language learners (ELLs)?from a single student to an entire classroom. Ideas for teaching ELLs across different grade and proficiency levels include ways to link instruction to students? lived experiences, use a variety of motivating print and electronic texts and materials, engage families, and conduct effective assessments. Chapters are packed with tools and activities for promoting ELLs? development in oral language, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, writing, and grammar. Handy reproducibles and ?Voice from the Classroom? teacher vignettes enhance the utility of the book.

Developing Learner Centered Teaching

Author : Phyllis Blumberg
ISBN : 9780787996888
Genre : Education
File Size : 67. 19 MB
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Developing Learner-Centered Teaching Developing Learner-Centered Teaching offers a step-by-step plan for transforming any course from teacher-centered to the more engaging learner-centered model. Filled with self-assessments and worksheets that are based on each of the five practices identified in Maryellen Weimer's Learner-Centered Teaching, this groundbreaking book gives instructors, faculty developers, and instructional designers a practical and effective resource for putting the learner-centered model into action. Praise for Developing Learner-Centered Teaching "Developing Learner-Centered Teaching is an immediately usable book that provides a clear-cut framework for transitioning to learner-centered teaching. As a college teacher and teacher of teachers, Blumberg skillfully takes the reader step-by-step through a practical system, replete with practical, classroom-tested strategies, for making a course more learner-centered. I'm looking forward to adapting a range of valuable strategies for my own classroom and sharing them with my colleagues." --Mary Deane Sorcinelli, associate provost for faculty development, University of Massachusetts, Amherst "Faculty are hungry for practical teaching approaches, based on sound theories, that they can apply to their classrooms and online learning environments. This book squarely addresses the need for transforming courses to a learner-centered approach. Building on Maryellen Weimer's groundbreaking work, Phyllis Blumberg offers faculty a series of directed rubrics allowing them to work through all levels of the Weimer model. Best of all, because she recognizes that change must be incremental, she has designed rubrics that encourage faculty to progress as their comfort levels allow. This is a 'must-have' book for faculty, administrators, and faculty developers!" --Barbara J. Millis, director, TEAM Center at the University of Texas, San Antonio, and coauthor, The Course Syllabus: A Learning-Centered Approach, Second Edition "More and more faculty see the value of becoming learner-centered teachers. As they do, this excellent book by Phyllis Blumberg will offer them both a rubric for assessing their progress and specific practical suggestions for transforming their teaching--and student learning!" --Dee Fink, Dee Fink & Associates Consulting Services; author, Creating Significant Learning Experiences; and former president, Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

Teaching Language And Literature In Elementary Classrooms

Author : Marcia S. Popp
ISBN : 9781135605179
Genre : Education
File Size : 27. 37 MB
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The goal of this book -- a theoretically based, well-organized, useful guide for teaching -- is to help the beginning teacher create a classroom environment that integrates literacy development with learning in all areas of the curriculum. The major components of an integrated language program are identified, and the skills teachers need to implement this kind of program in their own classrooms are described. Designed to be kept and used as a resource in the classroom, this text provides fundamental information about language arts teaching. A constructivist orientation, an emphasis on teachers as reflective decision makers, and vivid portrayals of the classroom as a community of learners and inquirers are woven throughout the book. Key features include: * a wealth of models, suggestions, and step-by-step guidelines for introducing integrated teaching and learning practices into elementary classrooms at the kindergarten, primary, and intermediate levels; * a focus on relevant research in language arts and professional teacher development; * true-to-life classroom narratives that model instructional strategies and demonstrate interactions between real teachers and students; and * an innovative chapter format that makes the text accessible as a resource for student, beginning, and experienced teachers.

Creating A Learner Centred Primary Classroom

Author : Kath Murdoch
ISBN : 9781134051694
Genre : Education
File Size : 85. 9 MB
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Creating a Learner-centred Primary Classroom is an essential resource to improve teaching practice, examining the key elements that contribute to a learner-centred classroom and offering strategies to encourage children to take a shared role in their learning. Including case studies describing teachers’ methods for linking theory to practice, this user-friendly, photocopiable resource demonstrates how to: construct a learning community encourage collaborative learning share strategies for engaging individual learners provide a scaffold for strategic thinking in the classroom link assessment procedures to learning showcase the practice and outcomes of purposeful curriculum planning. Any teacher who wants to practically tailor their teaching practice to meet the needs of individual learners will find this an invaluable resource.

Young Learners Primary Resource Books For Teachers

Author : Sarah Phillips
ISBN : 9780194425957
Genre : Study Aids
File Size : 32. 7 MB
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Practical ideas are provided for a wide variety of language practice activities. By Sarah Phillips. Part of the Primary Resource Books for Teachers series.

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