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Caring and Sharing in the Foreign Language Class: A Sourcebook on Humanistic Techniques (Anglais) Broché – 1 janvier 1978
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Book by Moskowitz Gertrude
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Par Kay S - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I like the way this book is organized for the ESL teacher; good topic groupings and has suggestions for the activities for the different skill levels in the appendix. Very diversified topics for conversation, as mentioned, for all levels.
Par Veronica Rodriguez - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Very good book to rekindle love for true teaching. I would truly recommend it to any new and experienced teacher.
Par Dr. Bonnie Z. Kupinsky - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book offers practical suggestions for teaching in the classroom that is both helpful to the novice teacher as well as the "tired" more experienced one. The index at the end of the book helps teachers to focus in on specific activites for different language points. These activities can supplement and highlight the regular curriculum. The activities clearly define the popualtion that they can be used with, the size of the groups, materials needed, etc. I have recommended it to my students in my educational methods courses and have had my teachers extol the way in which it helps them to round out their lessons. A worthwhile addition to one's professional library.
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Par Chris Elvin - Publié sur Amazon.com
You can't judge a book by it's cover, nor should you by its title. In this case, however, the title is probably sufficient for you to be able to guess what it's all about. I was duped into buying "Caring and Sharing in the Foreign Language Class" as it was required reading for a weekend seminar I was unable to attend on humanistic language learning. After all, don't we all want to be more human and personable in our language classes? Having read it from cover to cover, though, I can think of only a few scenarios in which you may want to buy this book: i) Your students have just arrived from some remote war-torn hell-hole and throw themselves under their desks every time the bell rings. ii) A lone gunman has just put your village on the map. iii) Robin Williams never irritates you. . iv) You would like to keep this book in its cellophane cover as a quirky investment and nostalgic reminder of how lovey-dovey the seventies were when adults actually made papier maché collages and wore "Love is ..." t-shirts. This book either needs a major overhaul or to be forgotten about altogether. Now, does anyone know of any really good 21st century humanistic language books? Care to share it with the rest of the class?
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Par Einat Segev - Publié sur Amazon.com
I am a student of English Tecahing in Tel-Aviv University. I found this book a wonderful resource of activities and fun to activate pupils in a stress-free environment. The ideas in the book are a source of inspiration for everyone. I intend to use it in my classroom and I wish for more books like that.
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