Working with teaching methods : What's at stake? / Earl W. Stevick.
By: Stevick, Earl WMaterial type: TextPublisher: Boston : Heinle / Thomson Learning, c.1998Description: xv, 192 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 0838478913 (pbk.); 9780838478912 (pbk.)Subject(s): English language -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers | Language and languages -- Study and teaching | Teaching | | Humanities: English November2018DDC classification: 428.0071
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 186-188) and index.
A framework for the frameworks --
A view of the learner --
One view of teaching --
Methods and materials --
Counseling-learning : basic ideas --
Other applications of counseling-learning in language teaching --
Counseling-learning and what's at stake --
The silent way : basic ideas --
The silent way in practice --
A third way : suggestopedia --
The stakes --
The language teacher and Dostoyevsky's "Grand inquisitor."
In examining different methods of language teaching, Earl W. Stevick models a way for teachers to analyze their own teaching by thinking critically about approaches, techniques, and materials. This process of critical examination enables teachers to get at what's at stake in teaching and being a teacher. --From publisher's description.