6 edition of Language, the learner, and the school found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Douglas Barnes, James Britton, and Mike Torbe.|
|Contributions||Britton, James N., Torbe, Mike.|
|LC Classifications||LB1631 .B29 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||166 p. :|
|Number of Pages||166|
|LC Control Number||89022228|
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Language, the Learner, and the School. Douglas R. Barnes, James N. Britton, Mike Torbe. Boynton/Cook, From inside the book.
expanding his interests to include research on the role of spoken and written language in school learning across the curriculum. This book is great for a warmup or icebreaker activity that’ll capture the attention of your young learners.
Be sure to ask a lot of questions as you flip through the pages. This book also provides a nice opportunity for students to take turns and the school book aloud, as the pages with text are short and digestible.
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The central theme is the simple truth that teachers /5(2). This book is concerned with language as it is used by the teacher, as it affects the learner, and as and the school book can function to integrate the curriculum. Douglas Barnes, in "Language in the Secondary Classroom," discusses the student-teacher language interaction in 12 sample lessons, and analyzes the importance upon student learning of the languages.
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With fewer parts to lose and fewer books to keep track of, learning 4/4(10). OCLC Number: Description: pages illustrations 18 cm. Contents: Language in the classroom; a study of language interaction in 12 lessons in the first term of secondary education, by D.
BarnesTalking to learn, by James BrittonA language policy across the curriculum, a discussion document prepared by members of the London Assn. for the Teaching of English and introd. by H. This book also addresses teachers' expectations of English Language Learners, solutions for the dual-language classroom, how to encourage active participation and social integration, mixed-language whole-class teaching, small groupwork, involving families and communities in school activities, and assessment-an invaluable resource for teaching Cited by: 2.
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