The format of the presentation of cases allows the reader to gain insights on teaching from the vantage point of the studentsa proficiency, the teacheras perspective, the writersa questions and suggested answers and finally the critical commentary. Readers are treated as thinking professionals who are capable of analysing the acts of language teaching through the teaching excerpts and the dynamic lesson transcriptions. The questions and critical commentary encourage deeper and more critical processing rather than a superficial interpretation of the teaching act. The cases, derived from authentic teaching contexts, encourage readers to appreciate the rich tapestry of teaching with all its complexities. Published by City University of Hong Kong Press. ebacmaacacsascaoccc¾aocawriting an introduction to an imagined argumentative essay. Let us take Mr. Tsuia#39;s case as an example again. After the brainstorming session such as the one which Mr. Tsui did, we can help students organise the points, arrive at a thesis for anbsp;...
|Author||:||Gertrude TINKER-SACHS, Belinda HO|
|Publisher||:||City University of HK Press - 2007-07-01|