Essays about: "english teaching books"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 27 essays containing the words english teaching books.

  1. 1. Cultural Representation in Swedish EFL Textbooks

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Lärande och samhälle

    Author : Sara Hall; [2019]
    Keywords : EIL; textbook analysis; cultural representation;

    Abstract : As our world becomes increasingly globalized, the value of understanding cultural diversity is perhaps more relevant than ever. Furthermore, since English plays an important role in the encounters between members of different cultural contexts, analysis of EFL teaching materials is a matter of importance. READ MORE

  2. 2. The Methodology of Reading : An analysis of current literary classroom material

    University essay from Karlstads universitet/Institutionen för språk, litteratur och interkultur (from 2013)

    Author : Chelsea Foreman; [2019]
    Keywords : Teaching Methodology; Reading Methodology; Tricia Hedge; Progress Gold C; Blueprint C Version 2.0; Viewpoints 2; Streams in Literature; Reading; Literature; Language; Undervisningsmetodik; Läsmetodik; Tricia Hedge; Progress Gold C; Blueprint C Version 2.0; Viewpoints 2; Streams in Literature; Läsning; Literatur; Språk;

    Abstract : The purpose of this essay is to conduct an analysis of four different classroom materials for the English 6 course in order to see the extent to which the textbooks follow accepted teaching methodology for reading, and whether or not their methodology changed after the curriculum switch in 2011. The books being analysed are Progress Gold C, Streams in Literature, Blueprint C Version 2. READ MORE

  3. 3. Comic Books - Images, Words and Language Acquisition : Using comic books as an alternative material for teaching the English language.

    University essay from Högskolan i Halmstad/Akademin för lärande, humaniora och samhälle

    Author : Christian Egelström; [2018]
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    Abstract : The purpose of the research described in this essay is, by analysing the content of comic books, to (1) evaluate comic books as material for teaching, (2) if possible, to create an exercise that could be used in the classroom in which comic books are used for teaching ESL and (3) to suggest innovative material and related tasks that could be used to introduce students to issues related to meaning, with the focus on “literal or speaker meaning”, “multimodality” and “deixis”, and drawing upon principles and concepts described within the disciplines of semiotics, semantics and pragmatics. Accordingly, the thesis questions of this essay are described as follows: If possible, how could comic books be used in the classroom as an alternative material for teaching the ESL? If possible, how could comic books be used to introduce students to issues related to meaning through linguistic approaches, with the aid of semantics, semiotics and pragmatics?  Comic books, in theory and in practice, could be used in the classroom as an alternative material for teaching the English language and introduce students to issues related to meaning through linguistic approaches, with the aid including semantics, semiotics and pragmatics. READ MORE

  4. 4. Tablets and English Teaching: A Research Synthesis

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Lärande och samhälle

    Author : Adisa Velibasic; Julia Ekberg Blackby; [2018]
    Keywords : tablet; language learning; Mobile assisted language learning; primary school; alternative material;

    Abstract : Society is becoming more and more technical, and so are our classrooms. Computers and tablets are replacing books in many ways. The devices are being used as a tool in all subjects in school. Tablets are making it possible for pupils to reach information at the touch of a button and be more independent. READ MORE

  5. 5. Feeling Set Up by The Set-up : A Study on Swedish Junior High School Students’ Understanding of Phrasal Verbs

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Engelska institutionen

    Author : Agnes Jonsson; [2018]
    Keywords : Phrasal verbs; SLA; L1; L2; idiomaticity; explicit teaching instruction; exposure; frequency; AmE; BrE.;

    Abstract : Existing research on phrasal verbs is ample due to their prevalent existence in the English language and the difficulties they bring out as a result of their lack of transparency (Liu, 2011, p. 661). However, more research is necessary to cover new generations of English learners who cross paths with phrasal verbs. READ MORE