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This book looks at the developments in EFL from the past to the present. It analyses theories including those from behaviourism to intercultural communicative competence and further recent developments. The necessity of being familiar with the various theories is underlined, including those which encourage autonomous and interactive learning using modern day ICT. The field is in continual evolution and this study examines the long and winding road of the different traditions in second language acquisition and teaching methodology which are often complimentary and interwoven. The aim of the…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book looks at the developments in EFL from the past to the present. It analyses theories including those from behaviourism to intercultural communicative competence and further recent developments. The necessity of being familiar with the various theories is underlined, including those which encourage autonomous and interactive learning using modern day ICT. The field is in continual evolution and this study examines the long and winding road of the different traditions in second language acquisition and teaching methodology which are often complimentary and interwoven. The aim of the book is to give valuable insight and some practical hints to the EFL professional concerning intercultural and multicultural teaching methodology in this digital world.
Autorenporträt
Cheryl Wolley is an English language assistant and contract lecturer at the Faculty of Economic, Legal and Political Sciences at the University of Cagliari, Italy, where she has worked for many years. Her research interests include intercultural education, EFL teaching methodology, sociolinguistics, ESP and testing.