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Third edition
London : Macmillan, 2011
414 stran : ilustrace ; 25 cm + 1 DVD

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ISBN 978-0-230-72984-1 (brožováno)
Macmillan books for teachers
Terminologický slovník
Obsahuje bibliografii na stranách 406-410 a rejstřík
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Contents // About the series 5 // About the author 6 // Foreword to Third Edition // Introduction to Third Edition 8 // Chapter 1 Starting out // 1 Classrooms at work 9 // 2 What is a teacher? 13 // 3 Teaching and learning 19 // 4 The subject matter of ELT 24 // 5 Methods 31 // 6 First lessons - hints and strategies 33 // Chapter 2 Classroom activities // 1 Planning an activity // 2 Activity route map // 3 Exploiting an activity // 4 Pairwork // 5 Small group work // Chapter 3 Classroom management // 1 What is classroom management? 54 // 2 Classroom interaction 58 // 3 Seating 61 // 4 Giving instructions 64 // 5 Monitoring 67 // 6 Gestures 69 // 7 Using the board 70 // 8 Eliciting 73 // 9 How to prevent learning - some popular techniques 75 // 10 Intuition 78 // Chapter 4 Who are the learners? // 1 Individuals and groups 82 // 2 What level are my students? 87 // 3 Learners and their needs 89 // 4 Getting feedback from learners 94 // 5 Learner training 97 // Chapter 5 Language analysis // 1 Analysing grammar: an introduction 99 // 2 Analysing language: grammatical form 99 // 3 An introduction to English grammar 102 // 4 Analysing concept: the meanings of words 107 // 5 Analysing concept: grammatical meaning 111 // 6 Analysing communicative function 114 // 7 English and English teaching in the world 118 //
Chapter 6 Planning lessons and courses // 1 Planning is a thinking skill 123 // 2 How do people learn languages? 125 // 3 Sequencing lesson components 129 // 4 Formal lesson planning 132 // 5 Lesson aims 135 // 6 Alternatives to formal planning 142 // 7 Planning a course 146 // 8 Unrealistic requirements 154 // Chapter 7 Teaching grammar // 1 What is grammar? 156 // 2 Present-practise 159 // 3 Clarification 163 // 4 Restricted output: drills, exercises, dialogues and games 169 // 5 Other ways to grammar 180 // Chapter 8 Teaching lexis // 1 What is lexis? 185 // 2 Lexis in the.classroom 187 // 3 PreseiVtin’g lexis 189 // 4 Lexical practice activities and games 191 // 5 Lexis and skills work 194 // 6 Remembering lexical items 198 // 7 Knowing a lexical item 205 // Chapter 9 Productive skills: speaking and writing // 1 Approaches to speaking 211 // 2 Communicative activities 217 // 3 Role play, real play and simulation 220 // 4 Fluency, accuracy and communication 224 // 5 Different kinds of speaking 228 // 6 Approaches to writing 234 // 7 Writing in class 239 // 8 Responses to writing 243 // Chapter 10 Receptive skills: listening and reading // 1 Approaches to listening 249 // 2 The task-feedback circle 253 // 3 How do we listen? 257 // 4 Listening ideas 261 // 5 Approaches to reading 263 // 6 Extensive reading 268 // Chapter 11 Phonology: the sound of English // 1 Pronunciation starting points 271 // 2 Sounds 274 // 3 Word stress 277 // 4 Prominence 278 // 5 Connected speech 279 //
Chapter 12 Focusing on language // 1 Errors and correction 285 // 2 Testing 290 // 3 Using the learners’ first language 297 // 4 Cuisenaire rods 300 // 5 Dictionaries 304 // 6 Timelines 307 // Chapter 13 Teaching different classes // 1 ESP 310 // 2 Business English 312 // 3 EAP 315 // 4 Exam classes 317 // 5 Young learners 321 // 6 Teenage classes 325 // 7 CLIL 327 // 8 Large classes 331 // Chapter 14 Using technology // 1 The technology, the teacher and the student 334 // 2 Interactive whiteboards 335 // 3 Presentation software 337 // 4 Improving skills 340 // 5 Learning online 343 // 6 Brave new worlds 346 // Chapter 15 Tools, techniques, activities // 1 Elashcards 349 // 2 Picture stories 350 // 3 Storytelling 353 // 4 Songs and music 354 // 5 Fillers 356 // 6 Lexical games 358 // 7 Dictation 362 // 8 Sound-effects recordings 365 // 9 Poetry 366 // 10 Drama 368 // 11 Projects 370 // 12 Getting to know a new class 371 // 13 TV, DVD and video 376 // Chapter 16 Next steps // 1 What is ‘learning teaching’? 380 // 2 Observed lessons 383 // 3 Studying your own teaching: feedback, reflection // and action research 385 // 4 The pack of cards 390 // 5 A closing comment: language and people 393 // Answers to tasks 394 // Some key terminology 397 // Further reading 406 // Index 411

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