Capitalizing on Language Learners' Individuality: From Premise to Practice
This book closes the gap between theory and classroom application by capitalizing on learners' individuality in second or foreign language learning. Issues of content are targeted through a description of the variables of anxiety, beliefs, cognitive abilities, motivation, strategies, styles and willingness to communicate. Teachers are given support in how to address these issues by the provision of activities at the end of each chapter. -- Provided by publisher
Language and languages -- Study and teaching; Second language acquisition; Individualized education programs; Individualized instruction;
Department of Languages and Literatures
xxvii, 259 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Gregersen, Tammy S. and MacIntyre, Peter D., "Capitalizing on Language Learners' Individuality: From Premise to Practice" (2014). Faculty Book Gallery. 12.