The Language Teacher - Issue 29.6; June 2005

Volume: 29
Issue No. 6
Date of publication: June 2005
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JALT2005 Pre-Conference Special Issue

Plenary Speakers

  • Adopting a normal reader role
    - by Jennifer Bassett
  • Styles and strategies in the language classroom
    - by David Nunan

Featured Speakers

  • The importance of reading fluency and the English language learner
    - by Wiley Blevins
  • The untold story: Writing our language learning histories

    - by Martha Clark Cummings

  • Simply read! Introducing reading for pleasure

    - by Clyde Fowle

  • Needs assessment as ongoing teacher-learner dialogue

    - by Kathleen Graves

  • Fluency and confluence: What fluent speakers do

    - by Michael McCarthy

  • Getting ready for the Next Generation iBT TOEFL

    - by Deborah Phillips

  • Developing fluency: Some suggestions for the classroom

    - by Susan Stempleski

My Share

  • A book in question! Intertwining receptive and productive skills using graded readers
    - by Takayuki Nakanishi
  • Reading conversation: Using graded readers for oral fluency practice in eikawa classes
    - by Steve Powell
  • A student-centred integrated skills discussion task
    - by Alun Davies
  • Spontaneous speaking
    - by Brett Collins

Perspectives

  • Helping Chapters in Need
    - by Ken Hartmann

TLT Wired

  • Polishing Your JALT2005 Presentation

    - by Malcolm Swanson

Old Grammarian

  • Excessive Abbreviation (Hereafter, EA)

    - by Scott Gardner


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