International Perspectives on English Teacher Development From Initial Teacher Education to Highly Accomplished Professional
Teaching English Language and Literature 16-19
Teaching English Language 16-19 A Comprehensive Guide for Teachers of AS and A Level English Language
International Perspectives on the Teaching of Literature in Schools Global Principles and Practices
By Andrew Goodwyn, Jacqueline Manuel, Rachel Roberts, Lisa Scherff, Wayne Sawyer, Cal Durrant, Don Zancanella
November 30, 2022
The fourth volume in the successful IFTE series provides an international perspective on the knowledge and professional development of the English teaching workforce. It provides a state-of-the-art review of English teaching and teachers and how they are developed over time. With contributions from...
By Victoria Elliott
December 29, 2020
Focusing on a key area of debate within the world of secondary English, the ‘knowledge-based curriculum’, this book explores in detail the question of knowledge in the teaching of English in secondary schools, drawing on specific concrete cases and a range of academic theories. Knowledge in English...
By Furzeen Ahmed, Marcello Giovanelli, Megan Mansworth, Felicity Titjen
October 29, 2020
This book offers both a scholarly and practical overview of an integrated language and literature approach in the 16-19 English classroom. Providing a comprehensive overview of the identity of the subject, it outlines the pedagogical benefits of studying a unified English at post-16 and provides ...
By Andrew Goodwyn, Cal Durrant, Wayne Sawyer, Lisa Scherff, Don Zancanella
October 15, 2018
The seminal Dartmouth Conference (1966) remains a remarkably influential moment in the history of English teaching. Bringing together leading voices in contemporary English education, this book celebrates the Conference and its legacy, drawing attention to what it has achieved, and the questions it...
By Martin Illingworth, Nick Hall
October 09, 2018
This unique guide to teaching English Language empowers teachers to lead a successful course that will encourage students to be independent and analytical linguists. Covering all areas of linguistic investigation across different exam board specifications and rooted in theoretical perspectives, ...
By Andrew Goodwyn, Cal Durrant, Louann Reid, Lisa Scherff
September 05, 2017
Literature teaching remains central to the teaching of English around the world. This edited text brings together expert global figures under the banner of the International Federation for the Teaching of English (IFTE). The book captures a state-of-the-art snapshot of leading trends in current ...
By DAVID STEVENS, Karen Lockney
August 22, 2017
In an age when national identities are a subject of popular debate, along with issues of place in relation to immigration, displacement and mobility, it is particularly important that educators are supported in their reflections on how best to respond to such pertinent issues in their daily ...
By Simon Gibbons
May 02, 2017
English and Its Teachers offers a historical overview of the development of secondary English teaching in schools over the past 50 years. Initially charting the rise of a new progressive approach in the 1960s, the book then considers the implications for the subject and its teachers of three ...
By Marcello Giovanelli, Dan Clayton
May 02, 2016
Knowing About Language is an essential and comprehensive introduction to and discussion of the value of linguistics in the secondary and post 16 curriculum. Split into three easily accessible parts, each chapter draws on theoretical and practical reasons for developing language awareness for the ...
By Martin Illingworth, Nick Hall
November 18, 2015
Creative Approaches to Teaching Grammar is an easily accessible, practical guide full of ideas to support teachers in making the learning of grammar a natural part of developing their students as writers and as readers. Written for those teaching years 5,6,7 and 8, the authors’ approach ...
By Jenifer Smith, Simon Wrigley
November 20, 2015
Teachers’ writing groups have a significantly positive impact on pupils and their writing. This timely text explains the importance of teachers’ writing groups and how they have evolved. It outlines clearly and accessibly how teachers can set up their own highly effective writing groups. In this ...
By Gabrielle Cliff Hodges
September 15, 2015
Many agree that engaging in research is what makes a teacher’s professional development sustainable, and Researching and Teaching Reading studies the ways in which research and teaching are entwined both within and beyond the classroom. Gabrielle Cliff Hodges encourages readers to deepen their ...