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World language teacher education : transitions and challenges in the twenty-first century / edited by Jacqueline F. Davis.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2010
Imprint:
Charlotte, NC : Information Age Publishing, c2010.
Format:
  • Book
  • xxx, 323 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
  • When worlds collide: liberal arts and education faculty co-teaching the methods course / Manuela Wagner and Terry A. Osborn
  • Language and the power of puppets / Rikki Asher
  • Learning to plan for a focus on form in CBI: the role of teacher knowledge and teaching context / Martha Bigelow
  • Beyond vocabulary: planning for extended language production for upper elementary school world language learners / Carol Semonsky
  • Becoming designers: paradigm shifts for performance and transfer / Jennifer Eddy
  • The world languages professional portfolio: a performance-based program document aligned with national standards / Rebecca K. Fox
  • Creating an ePortfolio / Thomas T. Surprenant
  • Foreign language education in the age of Wikipedia / Manuela Wagner and Barbara Lindsey
  • Teaching heritage language speakers their own language: special challenges, special opportunities / Sandra B. Schreffler
  • Legal and practical implications for teaching students with learning disabilities / Jacqueline Davis
  • Implementing content-based instruction: the CoBaLTT framework and resource center / Diane J. Tedick and Laurent Cammarata
  • Professional development: modeling and encouraging professional dispositions development in world language teacher candidates / Jacqueline Davis.
Contributor:
Davis, Jacqueline, 1956-
Series:
Contemporary language education series
Contemporary language education (Greenwich, Conn.)
Subjects:
ISBN:
9781607524649
1607524643
9781607524632
1607524635
9781607524656
1607524651

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