Table of contents for Affect in language learning / edited by Jane Arnold.


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Acknowledgements; Preface; Part I. Introduction: 1. A map of the terrain Jane Arnold and H. Douglas Brown; Part II. Exploring the Learner's Space: 2. A neurobiological perspective on affect and methodology in second language learning John H. Schumann; 3. Affect in learning and memory: from alchemy to chemistry Earl W. Stevick; 4. Anxiety and the language learner: new insights Rebecca L. Oxford; 5. Ego boundaries and tolerance of ambiguity in second language learning Madeline Ehrman; 6. Self-esteem in the classroom or the metamorphosis of butterflies Verónica de Andre;s; Questions and tasks; Part III. Exploring the Teacher's Space: 7. Learning to think, feel and teach reflectively Claire Stanley; 8. Facilitation in language teaching Adrian Underhill; 9. Affect and the role of teachers in the development of learner autonomy Naoko Aoki; 10. The role of group dynamics in foreign language learning and teaching Zoltán Dörnyei and Angi Malderez; Questions and tasks; Part IV. Exploring the Interactional Space: 11. Enhancing personal development: humanistic activities at work Gertrude Moskowitz; 12. The humanistic exercise Mario Rinvolucri; 13. Learning by heart: a Lozanov perspective Grethe Hooper Hansen; 14. Cooperative language learning and affective factors JoAnn (Jodi) Crandall; 15. Creating a learning culture to which students want to belong: the application of Neuro-Linguistic Programming to language teaching Herbert Puchta; 16. Visualization: language learning with the mind's eye Jane Arnold; 17. Authentic assessment in affective foreign language education Viljo Kohonen; Questions and tasks; Part V. Epilogue: 18. Affect in the classroom: problems, politics and pragmatics Joy Reid; References; Subject index; Author index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Language and languages -- Study and teaching -- Psychological aspects.
Affect (Psychology)