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The Language Teacher - Issue 22.7; July 1998

Volume: 22
Issue No. 7
Date of publication: July 1998
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Introduction

  • - by Laura MacGregor, Editor

Featured speakers at JALT98

  • A: Faith, Hope, and Charity: The Vices of Listening Comprehension - by Richard T. Calldwell
  • B: Not Just Two Folks Talking: Interpretations of Pairwork - by Marc Helgesen
  • C: In and Between People: Facilitating Metacognition and Identity Construction - by Tim Murphey
  • D: The "Unobservable" in Classroom Interaction - by Amy B.M. Tsui
  • E: Task-Based Learning: What Kind of Adventure? - by Jane Willis
  • F: Peace Education in the Language Classroom - by Lynda-ann Blanchard
  • G: Conferencing: An Interactive Way to Teach Writing - by Alan Brender
  • H: Dull Teaching/Exciting Teaching, Silly Textbook/Spectacular Terrific Students/Terrible Students - by John Fanselow
  • I: Lessons From the Rock on the Role of Reading - by Roni Lebauer
  • J: False Assumptions in the Japanese Classroom - by David Paul

Feature article

  • Nurses' English Needs Assessment (in Japanese) - by Watanabe Yoko

A chapter in your life

  • Akita
  • Tokyo

My share

  • A Student Roll System - by Tim Hawthorne
  • Teaching Classroom English: Activities for the First Few Classes - by Cathrine-Mette (Trine) Mirk
  • The Homework Chair: Practical Furniture for Managing University Classes - by Ron Grove

Departments

  • Book Reviews
  • JALT News
  • Bulletin Board
  • Of National SIGnificance
  • Chapter Reports
  • Chapter Meetings
  • Conference Calendar
  • Positions/Job Information Center
  • Advertiser Index

Contents


The Language Teacher

Introduction
by Laura MacGregor

Faith, Hope, and Charity: The Vices of Listening Comprehension
by Richard T. Cauldwell, The University of Birmingham

Not Just Two Folks Talking: Interpretations of Pairwork
by Marc Helgesen, Miyagi Gakuin Women's College

In and Between People: Facilitating Metacognition and Identity Construction
by Tim Murphey, Nanzan University

The "Unobservable" in Classroom Interaction
by Amy B.M. Tsui, University of Hong Kong

Task-Based Learning: What Kind of Adventure?
by Jane Willis, Aston University, UK

Peace Education in the Language Classroom
by Lynda-ann Blanchard, Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPACS), University of Sydney

Conferencing: An Interactive Way to Teach Writing
by Alan Brender, Temple University Japan

Dull Teaching/Exciting Teaching , Silly Textbook/Spectacular Textbook, Terrific Students/Terrible Students
by John Fanselow Teachers College, Columbia University, Japan

Lessons From the Rock on the Role of Reading
by Roni Lebauer, Saddleback College, USA

False Assumptions in the Japanese Classroom
by David Paul, David English House, Japan

A Chapter in your life: Tokyo & Akita

My Share

A Student Roll System
by Tim Hawthorne

Teaching Classroom English: Activities for the First Few Classes
by Cathrine-Mette (Trine) Mirk, Nishimorokata Educational Branch Office, Miyazaki

The Homework Chair: Practical Furniture for Managing University Classes
by Ron Grove, Mejiro University

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