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Becoming a reflective English teacher

Becoming a reflective English teacher

Green, Andrew

Taking on a set of major issues surrounding the role of teacher of English, this text enables the reader to approach not only the practice of English, but also introduces them in a structured and practical way to the paradigmatic issues underpinning English as taught across the full secondary age range

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Published Maidenhead: McGraw-Hill Open University Press, 2011
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Statement of responsibility: edited by Andrew Green
ISBN: 0335242898, 0335242901, 033524291X, 9780335242894, 9780335242900, 9780335242917
Intended audience: Specialized.
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: xvi, 223 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Subject: Languages.; English education; Reflective teaching Great Britain.; English language Study and teaching (Secondary) Great Britain.; English literature Study and teaching (Secondary) Great Britain.; Secondary education; English teachers Self-rating of Great Britain.

Contents

  1. Section One: Being a Reflective English Teacher
  2. Introduction
  3. Subject knowledge
  4. Reflective practice for professional development
  5. Planning the Curriculum
  6. Section Two: Working with the Curriculum
  7. Drama in English
  8. Media in English
  9. English and student diversity
  10. Knowledge about language and multiliteracies
  11. Teaching Writing
  12. Teaching Reading
  13. Oracy and Dialogic teaching
  14. English post-16
  15. Assessment
  16. Writing at M level

Author note

Andrew Green is Senior Lecturer teaching English PGCert, Masters and PhD programmes at Brunel University, UK.