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This book investigates how problem-based learning can be implemented in language classes and how it can bring about a change in language learners' understanding of the foreign language. Based on empirical evidence, it provides readers with the theoretical background of this interdisciplinary approach in education, discusses the challenges that language teachers might encounter while implementing this approach in language classes, and offers procedures for employing the method. It also clarifies the difference between collaborative learning and problem-based learning in which certain dynamics…mehr

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This book investigates how problem-based learning can be implemented in language classes and how it can bring about a change in language learners' understanding of the foreign language. Based on empirical evidence, it provides readers with the theoretical background of this interdisciplinary approach in education, discusses the challenges that language teachers might encounter while implementing this approach in language classes, and offers procedures for employing the method. It also clarifies the difference between collaborative learning and problem-based learning in which certain dynamics are at work. It is of interest to researchers and instructors in cognitive learning, task-based language teaching, and content-focused courses.

Autorenporträt
Mr. Loghman Ansarian is a researcher in the field of applied linguistics. His areas of research include language teaching and assessment, problem-based learning, and research in the second language. His articles focus on implementing problem-based tasks in language classes. He is currently a Ph.D. scholar at the Faculty of Languages and Linguistics at University of Malaya. He has worked as the managing editor in International Journal of Education and Literary Studies (IJELS) for about a year and is currently on the reviewers' board of the journal.
Dr. Teoh Mei Lin is a fulltime English lecturer at the Faculty of Languages and Linguistics U.M. who has 30 years of experience teaching English in higher institutions of learning in Malaysia. She graduated with a B.A Hons in English Literature and obtained a Diploma in TESL, both from University of Malaya. Her Masters degree from University of Exeter is on Language Teaching and she obtained a PhD from University of Malaya in Communication Studies in 2014.