The Foreign Language Classroom: Bridging Theory and Practice : [Papers, 1991] / Ed. by Margaret Austin Haggstrom., Margaret A. Haggstrom, 9780815315087


Written from the practical viewpoint of language educators, these essays address classroom applications of second-language theory that respond to a broad spectrum of needs of foreign-language instructors. In addition to the commonly taught French and Spanish, it offers commentary on the teaching of Arabic, Greek, Hungarian, and Japanese. Topics include grammar; task variation and repair; the transition from language to literature and writing; the use of technology; and methodology. There is a glossary of pedagogical terms and an index.

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