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Author: Gisela Håkansson
ISBN: 9179660150
Subcategory: Education
Pages 134 pages
Publisher Lund Univ Pr; 1st Edition edition (July 19, 1987)
Language English
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eBook Teacher Talk: How Teachers Modify Their Speech When Addressing Learners of Swedish As a Second Language (Travaux De L'institut De Linguistique De Lund) download

by Gisela Håkansson


University dissertation from Lund University Press.

University dissertation from Lund University Press.

1987) Teacher talk: How teachers modify their speech when addressing learners of Swedish as a second . Lund: Studentlitteratur

Lund: Lund University Press. Lund: Department of Linguistics, Lund University. Lund: Studentlitteratur. Håkansson, G. (2007) Teacher talk and the PT hierarchy: Is there a connection and in that case – why? Paper presented at EuroSLA, Newcastle, Sept 10th 2007.

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Lund University Press: Lund. Kayne, R: 1982, Predicates and Arguments, Verbs and Nouns.

When teachers read aloud to their students, they simply model fluency and comprehension, while also adding.

In California, teachers may become certified as California Teachers of English Learners (CTEL). When teachers read aloud to their students, they simply model fluency and comprehension, while also adding visual support, periodic paraphrasing, and extension. When choosing an appropriate text for the student, both the vocabulary and concepts of the text that may be new to the student need to be considered. To make sure they get definite understanding of the text, engaging the.

Hence, helping the learners to acquire and grow their word stock in a stress free environment and have fun at the same time is a challenge all of us – educators deal with

This effect is most evident in the area of methodology v/here fads and fashions, like theories of grammar, come and go with monotonous regularity.

Interlingual errors are also called transfer or interference errors.