Fundamental Concepts of Language Teaching: Historical and Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Applied Linguistic Research

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OUP Oxford, 24 mar 1983 - 582 páginas
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Professor Stern puts applied linguistics research into its historical and interdisciplinary perspective. He gives an authoritative survey of past developments worldwide and establishes a set of guidelines for the future. There are six parts: Clearing the Ground, Historical Perspectives, Concepts of Language, Concepts of Society, Concepts of Language Learning, and Concepts of Language Teaching.
 

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Índice

Introduction
1
Talking about language teaching
9
Theory and practice
23
Towards a conceptual framework
35
Research
53
Approaches and studies
75
18801980
97
Trends in linguistic theory
119
Development of a psychological perspective
317
Models of second language learning and
337
Learner factors
360
Conditions of learning and the learning process
391
The study of education and its relevance
419
Language teaching theories as theories
452
The break with the method concept
477
An educational interpretation of language
497

Society culture and language
191
Aspects of sociolinguistics
218
The social sciences and the second language
246
The sociology of language teaching and learning
269
Psychological approaches to language
289

Términos y frases comunes

Sobre el autor (1983)

H H Stern was Head of the Modern Language Centre at the Ontario Institute of Studies in Education from 1998 to 1981 and Professor Emeritus in the Department of Curriculum at the same Institute from 1981 to 1987.

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