Appropriate Methodology and Social Context
Cambridge University Press, 22 Σεπ 1994 - 237 σελίδες
The methodology of English language education has been developed mainly in the English-speaking countries of 'the west' and does not always fit the needs of the rest of the world. Appropriate Methodology and Social Context investigates this state of affairs by looking at the wider social context of what happens between teachers and students. It uses an ethnographic framework to explore the complex and diverse cultures of classrooms, of student groups and teacher communities in different countries and educational environments. It goes on to argue that these factors have to be acknowledged in the design and implementation of appropriate methodologies. Although a major concern is with classroom teaching, the methodologies for curriculum and project management and design are also addressed.
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Part A The cultures of the classroom
The variety of classroom cultures
Part B Sources of conflict
The politics of projects
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academic activities Ain Shams project Ain Shams University Allwright appropriate methodologies argue aspects attitudes Australasia Breen Chapter citing classroom culture classroom interaction classroom methodology Coleman collaborative collectionism collectionist communicative approach communicative language teaching complex conflict cultural imperialism culture-sensitive curriculum developer deep action phenomena described discussion Egyptian English language education English language projects English language teaching ethnocentricity ethnographic action research example expatriate lecturers factors faculties of education foreign happens Holliday host educational environment host institution hyperrational important influences innovation integrationism integrationist involved Keele project knowledge language teaching methodologies learner learning group ideal lesson linguicism linguistics literature local lecturers look macro means analysis national culture Observation notes organised personnel problem professional professional-academic cultures proxemics real world relationships role schools second language acquisition seen social context Swales syllabus teacher groups teachers and students TESEP teachers tradition understand wider society Zikri