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Content Based Instruction

Brinton D, M, Snow M, A , Bingham Wesche M (1989) Content -Based Second Language Acquisition, Newbury House, New York 

Fried-Booth D, L (1986) Project Work, OUP

Greenwood J, "The role of English in interdisciplinary teaching", Creativity in Language Teaching, The British Council 1988, Milan Conference

Little D, Devitt S, Singleton D (1989) Learning Foreign Languages from Authentic Texts: Theory and Practice, Authentik in association with CILT, Dublin 

Snow M, A, Brinton Donna M (1997) Content-Based Classroom, Longman, New York 

Stryker S, B , Leaver B, L ( 1997) Content-Based Instruction in Foreign Language Education, Georgetown University Press, Washington 

Widdowson H, G (1978) Teaching Language as Communication, OUP 

 

 

New communication technologies in English teaching

Calvani A & Rotta M (1999) Comunicazione e apprendimento in Internet, Erickson, Trento

Forsyth I, ( 1996) Teaching and Learning Materials and the Internet, Kogan Page, London 

Gold L & Zielinski J, M (2000) Homeschool Your Child For Free, Prima Publishing, Roseville, California

Jarvis H, A (July 1998) A role for Information Technology in the EFL classroom,  CALL Review, IATEFL

Kommers P, A, M, Grabinger S & Dunlap J,C (1996)  Hypermedia Learning Environments, LEA, Mahwah, NJ

Negroponte N, Cyberdock version of Being Digital (1995) http://archives.obs-us.com/obs/english/books/nn/

Papert S, interview,  “Learning with computer” (1997) http://www.mediamente.rai.it/mmold/english/bibliote/intervis/p/papert.htm

Schweizer H, ( 1999) Designing and Teaching an On-line Course, Allyn and Bacon, Neddham Heights,Massachusetts

Trentin G (1996) Didattica in rete. Internet, telematica e cooperazione educativa, Garamond, Roma

Willis J, W, Stephens E, C & Matthew K, I (1996) Technology, Reading, and Language Arts, Allyn & Bacon, Needham Heights, Massachusetts

Windeatt S, Hardisty D & Eastment D (2000) The Internet, OUP

Bayloramy L (2001) Perceived Disorientation and Incidental Learning in a Web-based environment: Internal and External FactorsJl. of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 10,3, 227-251

Duggleby, J (2000) How to be an Online Tutor, Gower, USA 

Forsyth, I (2001) Teaching & Learning Materials & The Internet, Kogan Page, London 

Graham, D, T, McNeil, J, Pettiford, L (2000) Untangled web: developing teaching on the Internet, Prentice Hall 

Harrington M, Levy M (2001) CALL begins with a “C”: interaction in computer-mediated language learning, System 29, 15-26 

Herring, J, E (1999) Exploiting the Internet as an Information Resource in Schools, Library Association Publishing, London

Inglis, A, Ling, P, Joosten, V (2002) Delivering Digitally, Koogan Page, London 

Kung S, C, Chuo T, W (2002) Students' Perceptions of English Learning through ESL/EFL Websites, TESL-EJ, Teaching English as a second or foreign language, 6, 1

Mealman C, A (1993) Incidental Learning by Adults in a Nontraditional Degree Program: a Case Study  Retrieved August 3, 2003 on the World Wide Web: http://www.nl.edu/ace/Resources/Documents/Incidental.html 

Oliver R, Omari A (2001) Student responses to collaborating and learning in a web-based environment,  Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 17, 34-47 

Mueller A, Fleming T (2001) Cooperative Learning: listening to how children work at school, Journal of Educational Research, 94,5,259-266 

Nunan D, (1992), Collaborative Language Learning and Teaching, CUP 

Weasenfirth D, Biesenbach-Lucas S, Meloni C (2002) Realizing Constructivistic Objectives through Collaborative Technologies: Threaded Discussions, Language Learning & Technology, 6,3, 58-86 

Willis J, W, Stephens E, C & Matthew K, I (1996) Technology, Reading, and Language Arts, Allyn & Bacon, Needham Heights, Massachusetts 

Windeatt S, Hardisty D, Eastment D (2000) The Internet, OUP 

Schank R, Engines for Educators

Parliamentary Assembly (1998), A virtual new world, Council of Europe Publishing 

Penuel W, R, Cole K, A, Korbak C (1999) Imagination, production, and collaboration in project-based learning using multimedia. In C. Hoadley (Ed), Proceedings of the 1999 Computer Support for Collaboration Learning Conference (pp. 445-453). Palo Alto, CA. Stanford University. 

Stein, S, D (2000) Learning on the Internet, Prentice Hall 

Warschauer M, Shetzer H, Meloni C (2000) Internet for English Teaching, TESOL, USA

Preece, J (2000) Online communities. Designing Usability, Supporting Sociability, Wiley 

 

Research methods

Altrichter H, Posch P, Somekh B (1993) Teachers Investigate Their Work, Routledge, London and New York

Macintyre C (2000) The art of Action Research in the Classroom, David Furlton Publishers, London

McNiff J (1988) Action Research - Principles and Practice, MacMillan Education, London

Rudduck J, Hopkins D (1985) Research as a basis for teaching. Readings from the work of Lawrence Stenhouse, Heinemann Educational Books, London

Wallace W, J (1998) Action Research for Language Teachers, Cambridge University Press

 

Bell, J (1993) Doing Your Research: a guide for first-time researchers in education and social sciences Project, Open University Press, London

 

Bouma G, D (2000) The Research Process, OUP

 

Cohen L, Manion L (1994) Research Methods in Education, Routledge, New York  

 

Johnson D, M (1992) Approaches to Research in Second Language Learning, Longman, London

 

Nunan, D (1992) Research Methods in Language Learning, CUP

 

Stake R, E (1995) The Art of Case Study Research, SAGE 

 

CARE, UEA (1994) Coming to Terms with Research

 

 

 

Language teaching

Bransford J, D,   Brown A, L,  Cocking R, R. (1999) How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience, and School Retrieved August 30, 2003, from the World Wide Web: http://www.nap.edu/html/howpeople1/ 

Gass S,M, Mackey A, Pica T (1998) The role of input and interaction in second language acquisition, The Modern Language Journal, 82,299-305 

Gonzalez-Lloret M  (2003) Designing task-based call to promote interaction: en busca de esmeraldas Language Learning & Technology, 7, 1  

Hauser E, K (1999) Explicit and Incidental Instruction and Learner Awareness  Retrieved August 3, 2003 on the World Wide Web:  http://nflrc.hawaii.edu/NetWorks/NW12/default.html

Kerka S, (2000) Incidental learning  Retrieved August 3, 2003 on the World Wide Web: http://ericacve.org/docgen.asp?tbl=tia&ID=140 

Krashen S (1981) Second Language Acquisition and Second Language Learning, Pergamon Press, Oxford 

Krashen S (1982) Principles and Practice in Second Language Acquisition, Pergamon Press, UK 

Krashen S (1989) Language Acquisition and Language Education, Prentice Hall International, UK

Omaggio Hadley A, (2001), Teaching Language in Context, Heinle & Heinle, USA 

Pegrum M, A (2000) The Outside World as an Extension of the EFL/ESL Classroom, The Internet TESL Journal, 6, 8 Retrieved August 3, 2003 on the World Wide Web: http://iteslj.org/Lessons/Pegrum-OutsideWorld.html

Platt E, Brooks F, B, (2002) Task Engagement: A Turning Point in Foreign Language Development, Language Learning 52,2, 365-400 

Richards J, Platt J, Weber H (1985) Longman Dictionary of Applied Linguistic, Longman, London

 

Richards J, Platt J, Weber H (1985) Longman Dictionary of Applied Linguistic, Longman, London 

Rivers, W, M (1987) Interactive Language Teaching, CUP 

Scarcella R, C, Andersen E, S, Krashen S, D, (1990) Developing Communicative Competence in a Second Language, Newbury House Publishers, USA 

Tsui A, B, M (1995) Introducing Classroom Interaction, Penguin 

 

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