Teach English as a Foreign Language: Teach Yourself (New Edition)
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This new edition of Teach EFL is the ultimate practical reference guide to becoming an EFL teacher.

"Riddell's book is a classic - it answers all those questions new language teachers have....covers an amazing amount in a clear accessible way."
David Carr, Director of Teacher Training
International House London

This book is packed with information on:
-effective teaching techniques.
-sound classroom management.
-practical lesson planning.
-successful job hunting and career development.

This is an indispensable book for all new EFL teachers: a step-by-step guide on what to teach and how to teach it. This edition has been fully revised to include:

-insights from teachers working around the world.
-up-to-date information on technology as an aid to learning.
-comprehensive information on the increasingly popular task-based learning.
-invaluable advice on making the transition from learning to teaching.
-clear guidance on ongoing professional development.
-useful examples of teaching in different international contexts.

Rely on Teach Yourself, trusted by learners for over 75 years.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 130 x 199 x 15mm | 252g
  • Teach Yourself Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 4th edition
  • 1473601150
  • 9781473601154
  • 7,491

Table of contents

: Topic 1: Saying "Hello"
: Topic 2: Asking for things
: Topic 3: Making conversation
: Topic 4: Talking about your daily life
: Topic 5: Giving explanations
: Topic 6: Staying in contact
: Topic 7: Travelling and handling money
: Topic 8: Using public transport
: Topic 9: Meeting friends
: Topic 10: Finding accommodation
: Glossary
: Quick reference: communicative functions
: 12 Receptive skills: Listening
: 13 Productive skills: Speaking
: 14 Productive skills: Writing
: 15 Spoken and written mistakes
: 16 Correction
: 17 Lesson planning 1: Aims
: 18 Lesson planning 2: Writing a lesson plan
: 19 Lesson planning 3: Anticipating problems/language analysis
: 20 Lesson planning 4: What would you do if... ?
: 21 Using course books and other materials
: 22 Testing students
: 23 Teaching one-to-one
: 24 Using video
: 25 Professional awareness and development
: 26 Career prospects and job hunting
: 27 A guide to levels
: 28 Language glossary
: 29 A glossary of terms
: 30 Some useful addresses
: Index
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Riddell's book is a classic - it answers all those questions new language teachers have....covers an amazing amount in a clear accessible way. * David Carr, Director of Teacher Training, International House London *
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About David Riddell

David Riddell has worked in the teaching profession for over 30 years as a teacher, trainer and on-line management tutor and was also Cambridge Joint Chief Assessor of CELTA courses for a ten-year period. He has worked at International House London since 2003.
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