Introduction 1. The Essentials of Language Learning 2. The Classroom Environment 3. Some Teaching and Learning Modes 4. Assessment 5. Use of the Target Language by Students 6. Training the Ear, Training the Voice 7. Working Together: General Principles 8. Semi-spontaneous Pair-work 9. Some Possibilities for Group Work 10. Using ICT in the Languages Classroom 11. Interactive Communication 12. Drama and Role-play 13. Exploiting Audio and Video Texts 14. Exploiting [A] Texts and [B] Pictures 15. Excerpts or Independent Reading? 16. Using Stories in the Classroom 17. Making Good Use of Written Work 18. Dictionary and Reference Skills 19. Learning Words and Phrases 20. Integrating Grammar into Communication Conclusion
Jemma Buck taught in British secondary schools for ten years, where she was involved in continuing language learning, in-service teacher training and writing textbooks. She now works as a "Maitre de Conferences" (Lecturer) in Second Language Acquisition at the University of Nantes, France. Christopher Wightwick taught languages for 25 years before becoming an HMI, finishing as Staff Inspector for Modern Foreign Languages. He has written a three-volume German course and a German grammar. He is now an educational consultant and is the general editor for the Berlitz Language Handbooks.
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