Teachers as Course Developers

Teachers as Course Developers

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This is a book about how language teachers themselves rather than curriculum specialists develop and implement their own courses. The paperback edition illuminates the process of course development through the narratives of six ELT teachers who have designed courses in widely varying contexts worldwide. Graves provides a framework for course design and examines how these six teachers have utilized or departed from the framework in meeting the challenges of their particular situations. Each narrative is followed by an analysis and a set of tasks that direct the reader's attention to a particular aspect of the framework.I was very happy to see that my students were involved in the activities and had fun writing the description of a place they ... experience, a description of a place they would like to visit, or an argumentative essay about a controversial topic.


Title:Teachers as Course Developers
Author: Kathleen Graves
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 1996-02-23
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