On teaching foreign languages
linking theory to practice
|Subject||FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY -- General. -- bisacsh
Language and languages -- Study and teaching -- United States.
Language and languages -- Study and teaching. -- fast -- (OCoLC)fst00992220
Language teachers -- Training of -- United States.
Language teachers -- Training of. -- fast -- (OCoLC)fst00992428
The author reports on a qualitative, action-research project on theories and practices in foreign language education. The goal of the study was to relate the knowledge of foreign language teaching, learning, and acquisition gained through research to the beliefs and experiences of expert foreign language teachers. The four participating teachers represent real teachers who distinguish themselves from their peers for their excellence in teaching foreign languages and their success in serving as clinical teachers. Four theoretical issues are discussed in detail: the proficiency movement; the rol.