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Young Learner English Language Policy and Implementation - International Perspectives
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YOUNG LEARNER ENGLISH LANGUAGE POLICY AND IMPLEMENTATION - INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES

PAPERBACK BY ENEVER, JANET; MOON, JAYNE; RAMAN, UMA

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9781901095234
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EDITION
TEACHER'S EDITION
PUBLISHER
IATEFL
IMPRINT
IATEFL
FORMAT
PAPERBACK
PAGES
248 pages
PUBLICATION DATE
01 JUN 2009

DESCRIPTION

Collected papers from presentations at the Bangalore (2008) Conference on Teaching English to Young Learners.

CONTENTS

Contents Chapter 1: New global contexts for teaching Primary ELT: Change and challenge Chapter 2: Teaching English to young learners: The influence of global and local factors Chapter 3: An early start: What are the key conditions for generalized success? Chapter 4: Teaching English to young learners: The promise and the threat Chapter 5: Introduction of English from Grade 1 in Maharashtra, India Chapter 6: English at Primary school level in Brazil: Challenges and perspectives Chapter 7: Teaching English in Primary schools in Bangladesh: Competencies and achievements Chapter 8: 'The early bird catches the worm': The Turkish case Chapter 9: Teaching English at the Primary level in India: An overview Chapter 10: Early bilingualism in Cameroon: Where politics and education meet Chapter 11: Primary English Language Teaching (ELT) in Korea: Bold risks on the national foundation Chapter 12: 'When I wanna be cool ...': English for young learners in Iceland Chapter 13: Issues in the implementation of Teaching English for Young Learners (TEYL): A case study of two states in India Chapter 14: The dream and the reality or early programmes in Hungary Chapter 15: Primary EFL in China: From policy to classroom practice Chapter 16: Early Language Learning in Europe (ELLiE): A multinational, longitudinal study Chapter 17: Literacy development through the Integrated Curriculum Project: The Omani experience Chapter 18: Trainer training innovation: The trainer training programs in Taiwan Chapter 19: Beyond English: Primary plurilingual schools in Buenos Aires, Argentina Chapter 20: Curricular innovation: The Karnataka experiment Chapter 21: Teaching techniques: From listening to music to storytelling Chapter 22: English Language Teaching in Turkish Primary education Chapter 23: The Teacher Development by Radio project in Nigeria Chapter 24: An EFL project for communication between Arab and Jewish children Chapter 25: The EYL publishers panel: Supporting innovation and best practice in EYL: The role of publishing Chapter 26: Applying multiple intelligences for teaching ESL to young learners Chapter 27: An impact study of a TEYL innovation in Beijing, China Chapter 28: Interactive teaching styles with CD-ROMs: Malaysian perspectives