BOOK APPROACHES AND METHODS IN LANGUAGE TEACHING

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Approaches and Methods in Language Teaching by Jack C. Richards and. Theodore . classroom techniques and practices; others are described in books that. Approaches and Methods Language Teaching CAMBRIDGE LANGUAGE TEACHING A catalog record for this book is available from the British Library. This new edition surveys the major approaches and methods in language teaching. This new edition is an extensive revision of the first edition of this successful.

To others, however, the wide variety of method options currently available confuses rather than comforts. Methods appear to be based on very different views of what language is and how a language is learned. Some methods recommend apparently strange and unfamiliar classroom techniques and practices; others are described in books that are hard to locate, obscurely written, and difficult to understand.

Above all, the practitioner is often bewildered by the lack of any comprehensive theory of what an approach and method are. This book was written in response to this situation, It is an attempt to depict, organize, and analyze major and minor approaches and methods in language teaching, and to describe their underlying nature. Approaches and Methods in Language Teaching is designed to provide a detailed account of major twentieth-century trends in language teaching.

To highlight the similarities and differences between approaches and methods, the same descriptive framework is used throughout. This model is presented in Chapter 2 and is used in subsequent chapters.

Approaches and Methods in Language Teaching

It describes approaches and methods according to their underlying theories of language and language learning; the learning objectives; the syllabus model used; the roles of teachers, learners, and materials within the method or approach; and the classroom procedures and techniques that the method uses. Where a method or apptoach has extensive and acknowledged links to a particular tradition in second or foreign language tcaching, this historical background is treated in the first section of the chapter.

In I'hcsc cases the method is considered in I'crlllS Preface of its links to more general linguistic, psychological, or educational traditions.

Within each chapter, our aim has been to present an objective and comprehensive picture of a particular approach or method. We have avoided personal evaluation, preferring to let the method speak for Itself and allow readers to make their own appraisals. The book is not intended to popularize or promote particular approaches or methods, nor is it an attempt to train teachers in the use of the dIfferent methods descrIbed.

Approaches and Methods in Language Teaching

Rather it is designed to give the teacher or teacher tramee a straIghtforward introduction to commonly used and less commonly used methods, and a set of criteria by which to critically read, question, and observe methods. In the final chapter we examine methods from a broader framework and present a curriculum-development perspective on methodology.

Limitations of method claims are discussed, and the need for evaluation and research is emphasized. We hope that rhe analYSIS of approaches and methods presented here will elevate the level of discussion found in the methods literature, which sometimes has a polemIcal and promotional quality.

Our goal is to enable teachers to become better informed about the nature, strengths, and weaknesses of methods and approaches so they can better arrive at their own judgments and decisions. Expertise in Second Language Teaching and Learning.

Online Communication in Language Learning and Teaching. Political Theory: Methods and Approaches. Heritage Studies: Teaching English, Language and Literacy. Cognitive Linguistics and Language Teaching.

Mind, Metaphor and Language Teaching. Humanistic Approaches: Approaches to Teaching and Assessment. Rules, Patterns and Words: Richards and Theodore S. Subject to statutory exception and to the provisions of relevant collective licensing agreements, no reproduction of any part may take place without the written permission of Cambridge University Press.

First published Second edition 11th printing Printed in the United States of America A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. Language and languages — Study and teaching. Rodgers, Theodore S.

Theodore Stephen. Rodgers Frontmatter More information Preface This is a revised and reorganized version of the first edition, originally published in More than half of the contents of this new edition has been specially written for this edition.

Since the first edition was pub- lished, it has become one of the most widely referred to books on teach- ing methods. Since then, however, a great deal has happened in language teaching.

In planning this new edition, we have therefore made a number of substantial changes. We have divided the book into three main parts: Part I deals with major trends in twentieth-century language teaching.

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The chapters in this section are substantially the same as those in the first edition but include an updated list of references. Part II deals with alternative approaches and methods.Close Send.

When once the Latin tongue had ceased to he a normal vehicle for communi- cation, and was replaced as such by the vernacular languages, then it most speedily became a 'mcntal gymnastic', the supremely 'dead' language, a disciplined and systematic srudy of which was held to be indispensable as a basis for all forms of higher education. Addi- tional and more recent references have been added to these chapters.

Cognitive Linguistics and Language Teaching. Rouse, quoted in Kelly Some methods recommend apparently strange and unfamiliar classroom techniques and practices; others are described in books that are hard to locate, obscurely written, and difficult to understand. Part II deals with alternative approaches and methods. The book is not intended to popularize or promote particular approaches or methods, nor is it an attempt to train teachers in the use of the dIfferent methods descrIbed.

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