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by Bette Le Feber Stevens

eBook Teaching the metric system in the foreign language classroom (Language in education) download ISBN: 087281131X
Author: Bette Le Feber Stevens
Publisher: Center for Applied Linguistics (1980)
Language: English
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Bette Le Feber Stevens. by Bette Le Feber Stevens. Published 1980 by Center for Applied Linguistics.

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Communicative classroom materials and exercises should address both the student's overall skill in successfully conveying information amd his/her ability to use communication strategies when the process of conveying information encounters a problem. Most materials address only overall skills.

Hobbs (2004) affirms that since the 1960s, English schools and departments have been the first to encourage the study of mass media. For example, the majority of students while asked to.

There’s nothing constrained or contrived about it. Your students hear authentic pacing and pronunciation and not the simplified version in educational audiobooks and podcasts.

Using literature in the FL classroom can help both the teacher and the learner to overcome all the cultural barriers that hinder the learning teaching process

In any teaching situation, some literary texts present fewer cultural problems for students than others. Using literature in the FL classroom can help both the teacher and the learner to overcome all the cultural barriers that hinder the learning teaching process. Literature consists of authentic materials.

Le Petit Chaperon Rouge - story and audio in French.

Nouveaux exercices interactifs avec l'audio pour apprendre le français tirés du magazine Bien Dire. Le Petit Chaperon Rouge - story and audio in French.

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There would be some new material included in the passage, perhaps a new case, a new verb tense or a more complex grammatical construction. You explain the material to your students as you work through the passage with them.