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ERIC Number: EJ1139945
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2017-Apr
Pages: 2
Abstractor: As Provided
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ISSN: ISSN-0261-4448
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Teachers as Researchers
Klippel, Friederike
Language Teaching, v50 n2 p297-298 Apr 2017
A dedicated teacher, keen to try out new methods of teaching English and French and different ways of getting learners to talk. The teacher knows it is important to motivate the learners by bringing the real world and the target culture into the classroom and uses authentic newspaper articles on current events and takes the class out of the classroom to observe and discuss a phenomenon of physical geography which was mentioned in one of the reading texts. For three years this teacher keeps a diary of ideas for individual lessons, questions about materials and procedures as well as learner reactions and their learning difficulties and successes. Their language work is documented and analysed. As a result of these analyses, the teacher selects different procedures for further lessons, which are likewise analysed. Finally, the teacher publishes his observations, reflections and analyses for the benefit of other language teachers as well as academic discussion on language teaching methodology.
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Language: English
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