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Collaborative Language Learning and Teaching

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ISBN-10: 0521427010

ISBN-13: 9780521427012

Edition: 1992

Authors: David Nunan, Michael Swan

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Collaborative Language Learning and Teaching is written for teachers, teacher educators and researchers who are interested in experimenting with alternative ways of organising teaching and learning, and who wish to create an environment in which teachers, learners and researchers can work together and learn from one another. This wide-ranging collection of papers focuses on issues such as: - The central characteristics of a collaborative approach to classroom research - Appropriate theoretical models of language and learning for informing collaborative research - Appropriate research methods, tools and techniques for collaborative investigations - Classroom tasks and patterns of…    
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Book details

List price: $40.25
Copyright year: 1992
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 8/28/1992
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 284
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Part I
Experimental language learning: second language learning as cooperative learner education
Literacy skills or literate skills? considerations for ESL/EFL learners Shirley Brice Heath
Collaboration: constructing shared understandings in a second language classroom
Context and cooperation in academic tasks<c>Bernard Mohan</c><f>Mohan, Bernard</f>
Collaborative writing as a literacy event: implications for ESL instruction
Part II
Collaborative language teaching: a co-investigation
Team teaching: a case study from Japan Peter Sturman
Some reflections on collaborative language teaching
The power of observation: 'make a wish, make a dream, imagine all the possibilities!'
A teacher-research group in action
Putting a process syllabus into practice
Toward a collaborative approach to curriculum development: a case study