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Great book for reflection. For me personally “The four-column analysis” activity is the most interesting one lfssons the whole book, but, as I hope I have implied above, there is something for everybody in this work and the parts that grab your attention will depend where you are and at what stage of your career you are. Teach Business English Sylvie Donna.
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Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers. To view it, click here. According to Woodward, experienced teachers can call on their use of “chunks” – the running together into a smooth sequence all the little steps woodwarx we have previously learned.
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Young Children Learning Mathematics. This book deals with the kinds of everyday questions plannkng teachers face as they plan lessons and courses. Jun 06, Rachel rated it liked it. Tessa Woodward discusses why, on the one hand, inexperienced teachers can stay up all night planning just 45 minutes of class time and, on the other, an experienced teacher can switch onto “autopilot” and. Paperbackpages.
I give this book five stars for giving me the peace of mind that I needed early in my career as a teacher when it seemed that all I was doing was trial-and-error testing of activities to see which ones had the most impact.