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TESOL as a Global Trade: Ethics, Equity and Ecology

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  TESOL in Context
  Special Edition S3 (November 2012)

  ISSN 1030-8385

 
  Special Conference Edition of TESOL in Context
  edited by Robert Jackson

 
  Papers from the 2012 ACTA International Conference

  TESOL as a Global Trade: Ethics, Equity and Ecology
  held at Cairns Convention Centre

 

Contents

Introduction
by Robert Jackson

Review panel

The ESL teacher as 'productive' pedagogical mentor
by Jackie Coleman

Into the deep end: The experience with Flotsam in Australia
by Maureen Walsh, Maya Cranitch and Karen Maras

From the margins to the mainstream: Visual art, EAL/D students and social transitions
by Meg Wielgosz and Paul Molyneux

Assessing the reading and writing of EAL/D students: Issues and implications
by Jennifer Miller, Anne Keary and Joel Windle

Checkmate or stalemate? Teacher and learner positioning in the adult ESL literacy classroom 
by Sue Ollerhead

Extensive reading is good for you: Why don't L2 readers of English do more of it?
by Gillian Claridge

'L1, or no L1: that is the question.' How do we reconcile the ethical implications of this issue in the context of the adult ELICOS classroom?
by Sorina Grasso

Enhancing expressions of attitudes: Achieving equity for international students in everyday communication
by Thu Ngo, Len Unsworth and Susan Feez

Linguistic mindfulness and being a collector of language: A strategy for teaching and a strategy for learning 
by Karen Slikas Barber

Whose voice is telling the story? An Iranian immigrant woman's language learning experiences
by Parisa Ebtekar

English language learning beliefs, learning strategies and achievement of Masters students in Thailand
by Kasma Suwanarak

Alphabet headaches: The bi-literacy challenge for Chinese students 
by Pauline Bunce

Conserving the indigenous language of Tai northeners through community participatory activities (3.6 MB)
by Paweena Chumbia and Juajan Wongpolganan

Native English-speaking teachers in Vietnam: Professional identities and discourses of colonialism
by David Bright

Negotiating identity in situ: Chinese EFL learners' responses to native-speaker norms
by Vincent X. Wang

College English teaching in China: Responses to the new teaching goal
by Hui Du

Foreign language anxiety and its effects on students' determination to study English: To abandon or not to abandon?
by Tran Thi Thu Trang, Karen Moni and Richard Baldauf, Jr.

What in the world do we know about word stress? A review of what it is and how to teach it
by Martin Checklin

Pronunciation errors and perceptual judgements of accented speech by native speakers of English
by Hoa Phan and Sonca Vo

Teaching word stress: Learning from learners' perceptions
by Graeme Couper

Pronunciation instruction for ELF communication
by Junko Chujo

 

 Pedagogies of Connection

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  TESOL in Context
  Special Edition S2 (May 2009)


 

  Special Edition S2
  Pedagogies of Connection
  Edited by Kate Cadman, Jenny Barnett & Cally Guerin
  Released 2009



             1. Editorial board [10kb] PDF

             2. Editorial [21kb] PDF
                 By Kate Cadman, Jenny Barnett and Cally Guerin

             3. Cultural dimensions for a foreigner teaching English in a Thai university
                 By Lyn Bray
[55kb] PDF

             4. Working with international students: Applied linguistics and the art of inclusive teaching
                 By Geoff Millar
[59kb] PDF

             5. Increasing interaction between international students and local students in high school classrooms:
                 Ongoing research in the English Language classroom
                 By Candy Gray
[69kb] PDF

             6. Telling it like it is: Children's perceptions on cultural belonging
                 By Erika von Aspern
[64kb] PDF

             7. 'Completing the jigsaw': ESL and EFL undergraduate views on interactive peer-based learning
                 By Sally Ashton-Hay [69kb] PDF

             8. Building connection in working with newly arrived immigrant and refugee children
                 By Jenny Barnett & Rosie Antenucci
[87kb] PDF

             9. Books and reading: Tools or toys?
                 By Kathleen Rushton
[54kb] PDF

           10. EFL learners' connection with audience in oral presentations: The significance of frame and person markers
                 By Shu-Hui Yu & Kate Cadman
[136kb] PDF

           11. Nurturing communities of practice: The case of a TESOL ‘Virtual Community of Practice' (VCoP) in Italy
                 By Anna Franca Plastina
[49kb] PDF

           12. Bilingual tutor professional development: Pedagogies of support
                 By Karen Stacey
[102kb] PDF

           13. ELT today: From dilemma to professional responsibilities
                 By Jeffrey Gil & Robyn Najar
[44kb] PDF
 

Tales Out of School

Available from your state or territory TESOL organisation:

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Special Edition
Identity and English Language Teaching
Edited by Kate Cadman & Kerry O'Regan

Released 2006

Learning a new language involves more than taking on a new vocabulary and new grammar. It involves experiences which challenge learners' identities and open up other possibilities. Much of the literature on this issue is by researchers, writing in the language of the academy. This book is by teachers, telling of their experiences for real classrooms, using the language of practising teachers. The writers come from all sectors, including primary, secondary and tertiary, and bring a range of perspectives on issues of language and identity that they face every day in their classrooms. This book is for their colleagues who may well see themselves in these stories as they are reassured, inspired and challenged by them. 

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