New Directions for Research in Foreign Language Education

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Simon Coffey, Ursula Wingate
Routledge, 23 Okt 2017 - 236 halaman
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New Directions for Research in Foreign Language Education brings together contributions by reputed scholars that examine the challenges, opportunities, and benefits of teaching and learning foreign languages. With a particular focus on languages other than English, the book looks at the socio-political dimension of language learning and teaching and the need to re-theorize multilingualism for our age. The volume includes a range of perspectives, from language teaching as an act of reconciliation to language learning across the lifespan, from innovations in assessment and curriculum to critical appraisals of pedagogy and textbook materials. Each chapter presents a clear case study drawn from diverse contexts to illustrate the different concerns of the contributors. The book is a valuable resource for all students, teachers, teacher educators and researchers who share an interest in researching multilingualism and the different facets of teaching and learning foreign languages.
 

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Introduction
PART 1
PART 4
Foreign Language Teaching for Citizenship Development
PART 2
Not English but EnglishwithinMultilingualism
The Globalness and the Localness
Researching
French Language Textbooks as Ideologically Imbued
The Need for New Directions in Modern Foreign Language
Developing Competence for French as a Foreign Language
Assessing the Diverse Linguistic and Cultural Repertoires
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Toward a Framework for US Collegiate Foreign Language
Afterword
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Simon Coffey is Senior Lecturer in Modern Languages Education at King’s College London, UK. He is joint editor of the Language Learning Journal.

Ursula Wingate is Senior Lecturer in Language in Education and works in the School of Education, Communication and Society at King’s College London, UK.

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