More Than a Native Speaker: An Introduction to Teaching English Abroad, 3e, By Don Snow and Maxi-Ann Campbell
Learn step-by-step how to effectively teach English abroad. Gain valuable tips and resources for teaching in an unfamiliar educational system, working with students of varying ages and skill levels, and adapting to life in a different culture. A rich array of online resources and activities is included.
From Language Learner to Language Teacher, Edited by Don Snow
This volume focuses on the challenges faced by multilingual teachers as they make the transition to teaching. Four themes receive special emphasis: communicative language teaching, proficiency, language learning, and practicality.
Beyond Repeat After Me: Teaching Pronunciation to English Learners, By Marla Tritch Yoshida
This engaging text clearly presents essential concepts that teachers need to guide their students toward clearly intelligible pronunciation and more effective communication skills. Based on a sound theoretical background, the book presents practical, imaginative ways to teach and practice pronunciation that go beyond simple "Repeat after me."
Content-Based Instruction, By Margo DelliCarpini and Orlando B. Alonso
This book is a comprehensive overview of content-based instruction in an easy-to-follow guide that language teachers will find very practical for their own contexts.
Pronunciation in the Classroom: The Overlooked Essential, By Tamara Jones
This indispensable handbook shows you how to incorporate pronunciation seamlessly into your lesson plans and explains the essential elements you need to know to help your students better communicate in all subjects.
Teaching English to Young Learners, By Helen Emery and Sarah Rich
This book provides specific tasks, strategies, and activities to show you how to establish the kind of reflective teaching that helps your students develop fluency and accuracy in the English language..
PACE Yourself: A Handbook for ESL Tutors, By Teresa Dalle
This easy-to-follow guide for inexperienced and volunteer tutors of nonnative speakers of English includes reproducible forms, resources, terminology, and professional organizations to enable successful tutoring.
Press Standards for Short-Term TEFL/TESL Certificate Program with Assessment, available in printable PDF, covers organization and program management, curriculum development, instructor recruitment, and candidate curriculum standards for TEFL/TESL short-term certificate programs. It also includes a user-friendly self-assessment tool that helps program administrators improve their programs through various activities and group discussions.
Press These standards provide an invaluable resource for all English language educators and a model for states and districts. They represent a starting point for developing effective and equitable education for ESOL students.
Preparing Effective Teachers of English Language Learners, By Diane Staehr Fenner
This book provides guidelines, examples, and strategies in applying the TESOL P–12 Professional Teaching Standards and serves as a resource to programs and teacher educators.
Standards for ESL/EFL Teachers of Adults, By TESOL Press
This volume offers performance indicators, vignettes, and evaluation tools to help instructors identify the qualities and practices to pursue in their teaching of adults.