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Teaching Oral Communication: A Methodological Framework

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Teaching Oral Communication: A Methodological Framework

William Littlewood

ISBN: 978-0-631-15456-3 July 1992 Wiley-Blackwell 132 Pages

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Description

The aim of this book is to bridge the gap between the theory and practice of teaching language for communication. It is written principally for teachers who wish to adopt a communicative approach and would like to reflect on the principles that underlie it.
Introduction.

Part I: Language:.

1. Using Language for Communication.

2. Meaning and Interaction.

Part II: Learning:.

3. Learning Language as a Skill.

4. Language Learning as a Natural Process.

5. Integrating Skill Learning and Natural Learning.

Part III: Teaching:.

6. A Methodological Framework for Teaching Oral Communication.

7. Involving the Learners.

Conclusion.

Reference.

"I believe many teachers of ESL, EFL and LOTE would find this a useful book as would generalist teachers who have second language learners in their classes. It should find a place on preservice and inservice reading lists." Victorian Association of TESOL and Multicultural Education
  • Written by the author of two other highly successful textbooks for EFL teachers
  • Clearest account available of the theory behind communicative language teaching.