ERIC Number: ED390272
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1995
Reference Count: N/A
Language and Development.
Crooks, Tony, Ed.; Crewes, Geoffrey, Ed.
A selection of papers presented at an international conference on the role of language in economic and social development includes: "Changing Paradigms: The Project Approach" (John McGovern); "Team Development of ELT Projects: A Case Study" (William M. Martin, Lynn P. Balabanis); "The Roles of Insiders and Outsiders in Evaluating English Language Programmes and Projects" (Cyril J. Weir); "Problematising Stakeholders: Who Are the Holders and What Are the Stakes?" (Hywel Coleman); "Power and Sustainability in Language-Related Development Projects" (Harvey Smith; "Counterpart Training and Sustainability: Effecting an Exchange of Skills" (Andrea Flew); "Managing Self-Access in Development: Three Perspectives" (Margaretha Kafudji, Patrice North, Denise Finney); "Ensuring Sustainability of Language Centres After Development Projects" (Nangsari Ahmad, Patrick L. Adlam); "A Modular Training Framework: An Appropriate Response to the Issues of Relevance and Home Environment Application in a Teacher Education Project?" (David Lochmohr Prescott); "Dialogue Journals and Negotiating Innovations: Appropriate Technology Reconsidered" (Jonathan Shaw); "'They've Got a Problem with English': Perceptions of the Difficulties of International Postgraduate Students" (Marian May, Annie Bartlett); "How Critical Is Critical Thinking? A Generic Issue for Language in Development" (Brigid Ballard); "Empowering Women Language Teachers in Cambodia" (Kath Copley); "Politics in the Classroom: Teacher-Training in Cambodia" (Psyche Kennett); "Reaching the Critical Mass: Planning Voter Education in South Africa" (Sarah Slabbert); and "The Politics of Development: The Languages of Industrialization" (Chaiskran Hiranpruk). Most papers contain references. (MSE)
Descriptors: Appropriate Technology, Citizenship Education, Classroom Techniques, Critical Thinking, Developing Nations, Dialog Journals, Economic Development, English (Second Language), Foreign Countries, Foreign Students, Graduate Students, Higher Education, Instructional Innovation, Intercultural Communication, Language Role, Language Teachers, Politics of Education, Program Development, Program Implementation, Second Language Instruction, Second Language Programs, Student Attitudes, Teacher Education, Womens Education
Indonesia Australia Language Foundation, Jalan Kapten, Agung 17, Denpasar 80232, Bali, Indonesia ($20 U.S. plus postage and packing).
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Indonesia Australia Language Foundation, Jakarta.
Identifiers - Location: Cambodia; South Africa