|Publisher:||Palgrave Macmillan UK|
|Edition description:||1st ed. 2014|
|Product dimensions:||5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Philip Chappell is a Lecturer in the Linguistics Department at Macquarie University, Australia, where he convenes the Graduate Certificate of TESOL. His research interests are in classroom talk, sociocultural approaches to teacher cognition, dialogic pedagogy, and professional learning for English language teachers. He publishes in leading TESOL and Applied Linguistics journals.
Table of ContentsForeword PART I Introduction to Part I: Interaction in the Second Language Curriculum 1. An Ecological Perspective on the Interactive Second Language Classroom 2. Teacher and Learner Roles in the Interactive Classroom PART II Introduction to Part II: Group Work and the Second Language Curriculum 3. The Social Functions of Group Work: Optimising Interpersonal Relations 4. Building Field Knowledge Through Collective Thinking and the Joint Construction of Knowledge 5. Using Groups to Promote Oral Fluency - Language Development in Interaction 6. Emphasis on Language Form and Function - Group Work and the Development of Linguistic Knowledge 7. Using Groups Strategically - Negotiating Textual Meanings Through Group Work 8. Integrating Group Work into Lesson and Unit Plans