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A practical materials development guide for EFL pre-service, novice, and in-service teachers

Autor: Astrid Núñez Pardo, María Fernanda Téllez Téllez, Judith Castellanos Jaimes y Bertha Ramos Holguín

Editorial: U. Externado de Colombia

U. Externado de Colombia

Categoría: Educación y Pedagogía

Facultad: Educación

Año de Edición: 2009

2009

Idioma: Español

Formato: Libro Impreso

Número de páginas: 119

ISBN: 9789587104493

9789587104493

SAP: 530002343

530002343
This book is a practical guide for pre-service, novice, and in-service teachers who wish to improve both their students successful learning and their teaching practice through materials development. It is the authors intention to encourage you to go on this journey by reading the content and doing a...
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SKU: 30578

Producto creado el 25/11/2009

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This book is a practical guide for pre-service, novice, and in-service teachers who wish to improve both their students successful learning and their teaching practice through materials development. It is the authors intention to encourage you to go on this journey by reading the content and doing all the suggested activities in each subsection prior to starting developing your materials. This way you will be able to gradually learn the knots and bolts of materials development and savour the rewards in terms of successful learning and teacher development. The book has been divided into four chapters. The first one focuses on the importance of materials development and deals with the concept, of materials development, the role of innovation in materials development, and materials development for teacher development. The second chapter discusses the role of motivation, affection and teachers beliefs in materials development. The third one provides the reader with a theoretical framework for materials development, particularly some practical hints to either create or adapt didactic material. The fourth chapter offers a set of sample units / workshops that the authors have designed for the English as a Foreign Language (EFL) classroom. The last section of the book deals with the conclusions.The book has been divided into four chapters. The first one focuses on the importance of materials development and deals with the concept, of materials development, the role of innovation in materials development, and materials development for teacher development. The second chapter discusses the role of motivation, affection and teachers beliefs in materials development. The third one provides the reader with a theoretical framework for materials development, particularly some practical hints to either create or adapt didactic material. The fourth chapter offers a set of sample units / workshops that the authors have designed for the English as a Foreign Language (EFL) classroom. The last section of the book deals with the conclusions.
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Información adicional

Editor / MarcaU. Externado de Colombia
Año de Edición2009
Número de Páginas119
Idioma(s)Español
Alto y ancho21 x 28 cm
Peso0.4500
Tipo Productolibro
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Astrid Núñez Pardo, María Fernanda Téllez Téllez, Judith Castellanos Jaimes y Bertha Ramos Holguín

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Introduction

Chapter one
The importance of materials development

I. Towards a Concept of Materials Development
II. Some Reflections about Language Teaching and Learning to Contextualize Material Developers
III. The Role of Innovation in Materials Development
IV. Materials Development for Teacher Development

Chapter two
Vital elements to materials development

I. The Role of Affection in Materials Development
II. The Role of Motivation in Materials Development
III. The Role of Teacher Beliefs in Materials Development

Chapter three
The materials development scaffolding

I. Carrying Out a Need Assessment or Analysis
II. Identifying the Approach or Method and Design
III. Determining the General Goals and Objectives of the Course
IV. Designing the Syllabus: Organize it or Build it
V. Developing the Material: Anything that Teachers Can Do (Creating or Adapting)
VI. Assessing Your Own Materials

Chapter four
An overview of didactic materials

Conclusion
Bibliography

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