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Applied linguistics for the language classroom

Type: Article

Welcome to Applied linguistics for the language classroom. This series of articles aims to help teachers learn about applied linguistics and its relevance to English language teaching.

 

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Inside Applied linguistics for the language classroom

  • Applied linguistics: Choosing a method

    Author: Andy Curtis Type: Article

    Andy Curtis, series editor of Palgrave’s Applied Linguistics for the Language Classroom book series, looks at how we can involve learners when choosing teaching methods. 

  • Applied linguistics: Teaching pronunciation

    Author: Charles Hall & Christopher Hastings Type: Article

    Associate Professor of English, Charles Hall, and Senior English Language Fellow, Christopher Hastings, offer some guidelines for teaching pronunciation.

  • Applied linguistics: Empowering language learning through assessment

    Author: Liying Cheng & Janna Fox Type: Article

    Director of Assessment and Evaluation, Liying Cheng, and Associate Professor of Language Assessment and Testing, Janna Fox, look at how teachers can make more of assessment in the classroom.

  • Applied linguistics: Mobile phones

    Author: Leonardo Mercado Type: Article

    Leonardo Mercado, the Academic Director of Euroidiomas, discusses whether there is a place for mobile phones in the language classroom.

  • Applied linguistics: Research methods for language teaching

    Author: Netta Avineri Type: Article

    Netta Avineri, Assistant Professor of TESOL at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, offers a step-by-step guide to conducting research in the language classroom.

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