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The Language Teacher - Issue 21.9; September 1997

Volume: 21
Issue No. 9
Date of publication: September 1997
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Note: As digital versions of this issue of TLT do not exist, some material is not available online (see bottom of page for material available online). Paper copies of articles can, however, be purchased from JALT Central Office.

Introduction

  • by Steve McGuire, Editor

Features

  • Direct Speaking Instruction (and the mora-bound, focal stress blues) by William Acton
  • L2 Error Correction: Criteria and Techniques by Mark R. Freiermuth
  • Output and Beyond to Dialogue: A Reveiw of Merrill Swain's Current Approach to SLA by David J. Woodfield
  • Sustaining Student Engagement in Classroom Discourse by Tunku Mohani Tunka Mohar and Marohaini Yusoff
  • American TV Commercials: Their Use as Language Training Materials(in Japanese) by Aoki

Featured speakers at JALT97

  • Assessment and the Language Teacher: Trends and Transitions by Geoff Brindley
  • Developing a Personal Philosophy in EFL for Children by Aleda Krause
  • Presentation, Practice, and Production in the EFL Class by Jay Maurer
  • Listening In Language Learning by David Nunan
  • Three Approaches To Observation by Jack Richards
  • How Much Does Correctness Matter? by Michael Swan
  • The Psychological Atmosphere We Create In Our Classrooms by Adrian Underhill
  • Grammar Dictation: The Dictogloss Procedure as a Means to Explore and Shift Learners' Hypotheses about Language - Dr. Ruth Wajnryb Summary /Paraphrase by Steve McGuire
  • Lexical Phrases in Syllabus and Materials Design by Dave Willis

My share

  • Evaluating Oral Ability by Josef Messerklinger
  • The Oral Interview Test by Joyce Roth
  • Using a Digital Camera to Present Materials in the Classroom (in Japanese) by Yoshiga Norio

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  • Letters reviewed by Sean Bermingham
  • Talking it Through: Clarification and Problem-Solving in Professional Work reviewed by Wilma B. Wilcox
  • Pronunciation Exercises for English as a Second Language reviewed by John F. Maune
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Contents


The Language Teacher

Introduction
by Steve McGuire, Editor

Direct speaking instruction (and the mora-bound, focal-stress blues)
by William Acton, Nagoya University of Commerce

L2 Error Correction: Criteria and Techniques
by Mark R. Freiermuth, Oklahoma State University

Output and Beyond to Dialogue: A Review of Merrill Swain's Current Approach to SLA
by David J. Woodfield, Human International University

Sustaining Student Engagement in Classroom Discourse
by Tunku Mohani Tunku Mohtar & Marohaini Yusoff University of Malaya

Assessment and the Language Teacher: Trends and Transitions
by Geoff Brindley, National Centre for English Language Teaching and Research, Macquarie University, Australia

Developing a Personal Philosophy in EFL for Children
by Aleda Krause

Presentation, Practice, and Production in the EFL Class
by Jay K. Maurer

Listening In Language Learning
by David Nunan, The English Centre, University of Hong Kong

Three Approaches To Observation
by Jack C. Richards

How Much Does Correctness Matter?
by Michael Swan

The Psychological Atmosphere We Create In Our Classrooms
by Adrian Underhill, International House Teacher Training, England

Grammar Dictation: The Dictogloss Procedure as a Means to Explore and Shift Learners' Hypotheses about Language
by Ruth Wajnryb

Lexical Phrases in Syllabus and Materials Design
by Dave Willis, Centre of English Language Studies, University of Birmingham, England

My Share

Evaluating Oral Ability
by Josef Messerklinger, Kanto International High School

The Oral Interview Test
by Joyce Roth, Seian Girls' High School, Kyoto

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