Table of contents for Learning and teaching English in India / Ravi Sheorey.

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Contents
List of Tables
Acknowledgements 
1.	Learning and Teaching English in India:	An Insider's Outside-in Perspective 
2.	Indian Students' Theories of Learning English as a Second Language
3.	Indian College Teachers' Beliefs about English Language Learning 
4.	Mastering English on Their Own: The Learning Strategies of Indian Students
5.	A Comparative Study of the Learning Strategies of Indian and 
Non-Indian Students 
6.	Coping with Academic Materials in English: Reading Strategies of 
Indian College Students 
7.	English Language Learning Style Preferences of Indian College Students 
8.	Attitudinal and Motivational Aspects of English Language Learning among 
	Indian Students 
9.	Anxiety about English Language Learning among Indian High School Students 
10.	Indian College Teachers' Perceptions of the Relative Gravity of Grammatical 
	Errors in Written English 
References 
Subject Index
Author Index
About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English language -- Study and teaching -- Indic speakers.
English language -- Study and teaching -- India.
Second language acquisition -- India.
Language and languages -- Study and teaching -- India.