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Bridging Teaching, Learning and Assessment in the English Language Classroom

Editor(s): Tijen Aksit, Hande Isil Mengu, Robin Turner
Contributors: Reza Neiriz Naghadehi, Ilker Kalender, Neus Figueras, Giray Berberoglu, Giray Berberoglu, Ersin Soylu,
Subject: Education

Book Description

Learning English as a foreign language in any formal education context requires opportunities for learners and teachers to give and receive feedback on the teaching learning process as it is happening. These opportunities could be created via various in-class activities specifically designed for this purpose. Teachers who create and use these diagnostic opportunities effectively detect what learners need in a timely fashion, and provide remedial teaching in the right time and mode, so that chances can be created for learners to improve their learning. There is no one universally accepted way of how to do this, however, with various approaches for collecting, analyzing and reviewing data for this purpose. This book encapsulates the unbreakable relationship between teaching, learning and assessment through a range of articles which scrutinize assessment from a wide spectrum, ranging from the role of assessment in language learning to ELT teacher assessment literacy, from the use of technology in classroom-based assessment to practicing teachers’ reflections on their teacher classroom action research, and from the role of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) to empirical data analysis.

Hardback

ISBN-13: 978-1-5275-0656-5
ISBN-10: 1-5275-0656-8
Date of Publication: 01/04/2018
Pages / Size: 162 / A5
Price: £58.99
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Biography

Dr Tijen Aksit is currently Director of Bilkent University School of English Language, Turkey, and its Faculty Academic English Program. She is the author of Characteristics of Effective Schools, and has also published on teacher appraisal systems, teacher action research, and teaching English for academic purposes. Her other research interests include leadership, teacher development, and content-based English for academic purposes instruction.

Dr Hande Isil Mengu holds a PhD in English Language Teaching with a concentration on Teacher Education. She is the Associate Director of Bilkent University School of English Language, Turkey, where she has held various senior management positions and co-authored in-house coursebooks since 2006. She has published articles in the areas of teacher learning and development, and linguistics. Her current research interests include 21st century teacher learning and development, EAP teacher competences, and developing intercultural awareness in language teaching.

After a number of years teaching English in England and Turkey, Robin Turner has taught English for Academic Purposes in Bilkent University School of English Language, Turkey, since 1993. He is also part of the Bilkent Educational Technology Support group. He has written on a variety of subjects, including linguistics, education, philosophy and popular culture.