Table of contents for English language teaching textbooks : content, consumption, production / Edited by Nigel Harwood, Department of Language and Linguistics, University of Essex, UK.
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1. Content, Consumption, And Production: Three Levels of Textbook Research; Nigel Harwood PART I: STUDIES OF TEXTBOOK CONTENT 2. All Middle Class Now? Evolving Representations of the Working Class in the Neoliberal Era - The Case of ELT Textbooks; John Gray and David Block 3. Reading Comprehension Questions: The Distribution of Different Types in Global EFL Textbooks; Diana Freeman 4. Teaching English Reading: What's Included in the Textbooks of Pre-Service General Education Teachers?; L. Quentin Dixon, Shuang Wu, Renata Burgess-Brigham, R. Malatesha Joshi, Emily Binks-Cantrell, and Erin Washburn PART II: STUDIES OF TEXTBOOK CONSUMPTION 5. Teachers' Conceptualization and Use of the Textbook on a Medical English Course; Ahlam Menkabu and Nigel Harwood 6. An Experienced Teacher's Use of the Textbook on an Academic English Course: A Case Study; Fotini Grammatosi and Nigel Harwood 7. Global Textbooks in Local Contexts: An Empirical Investigation of Effectiveness; Gregory Hadley PART III: STUDIES OF TEXTBOOK PRODUCTION 8. Writing Materials for Publication: Questions Raised and Lessons Learned; Ivor Timmis 9. An Interdisciplinary Textbook Project: Charting The Paths Taken; Fredricka L. Stoller and Marin S. Robinson 10. Tensions Between the Old and the New in EAP Textbook Revision: A Tale Of Two Projects; Christine B. Feak and John M. Swales 11. Chaosmos: Spontaneity and Order in the Materials Design Process; Jill Hadfield
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
English language -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers.
English language -- Textbooks for foreign speakers.
Teaching -- Aids and devices.