Table of contents for Collaborative language learning and teaching / edited by David Nunan.


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Acknowledgements
Introduction
Part I. Focus on Learning: 1. Experimental language learning: second language learning as cooperative learner education Viljo Kohonen
2. Literacy skills or literate skills? considerations for ESL/EFL learners Shirley Brice Heath
3. Collaboration: constructing shared understandings in a second language classroom Donald Freeman
4. Context and cooperation in academic tasks Bernard Mohan and Sondra Marshall Smith
5. Collaborative writing as a literacy event: implications for ESL instruction Denise E. Murray
Part II. Focus on Teaching: 6. Collaborative language teaching: a co-investigation Nora B. Shannon and Bonnie Meath-Lang
7. Team teaching: a case study from Japan Peter Sturman
8. Some reflections on collaborative language teaching Kathleen M. Bailey, Ted Dale and Benjamin Squire
9. The power of observation: 'make a wish, make a dream, imagine all the possibilities!' Jerry G. Gebhard and Akiko Ueda-Motonaga
10. A teacher-research group in action Sandra R. Schecter and Rafael Ramirez
11. Putting a process syllabus into practice Roger Budd and Tony Wright
12. Toward a collaborative approach to curriculum development: a case study David Nunan
References
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Language and languages Study and teaching, Group work in education