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TESOL Press

TESOL Press supports excellence in the field of English language teaching through a full range of publications. TESOL authors may be leading experts in the field, experienced researchers, classroom teachers, and even students. TESOL Press has a long history of providing quality publications, including a book catalogue of more than 90 titles that find their way to classrooms and libraries all over the globe.


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  1. New Ways in Teaching Vocabulary

    This revised volume builds on the work by Paul Nation, one of the leading researchers and teachers in the field and represents the most recent developments, including technology, which lends value and ease to teaching vocabulary. The new edition also addresses the growing demand for preparing internaional students for academic and professional studies. Learn More
    £47.95

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  2. Classroom Interaction for Language Teachers

    In any classroom, it is through language interaction that students are able to acquire knowledge, develop skills, and understand communication. This title takes a look at the complex relationship between language, interaction, and learning to help teachers have a fuller understanding of interaction and in doing so, promote a fuller understanding of their effectiveness as teachers. Learn More
    £17.95

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  3. Fostering International Student Success in Higher Education

    College faculty and TAs are often unfamiliar with the experiences of international students coming from non-English-speaking countries who are relatively new to the US context. This book highlights international students' needs using quotes, anecdotes, and reflection questions as well as specific strategies, resources, and activities that serve as tools for responding to common instructional challenges. Learn More
    £36.95

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  4. Cat Got Your Tongue? Teaching Idioms to English Learners

    Why do questions about idioms often leave us “tongue-tied”? This book takes a look at learning and teaching idioms from two perspectives. First is a survey of recent work on learning and teaching idioms from diverse perspectives in the linguistics and educational research literature. Second is a summary and critique of idiom textbooks and classroom practices from around the world. Learn More
    £52.95

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  5. Motivation in the Language Classroom

    When students are motivated, they are more confident and successful in their learning. But what is at the heart of a motivated learner? This book discusses the five elements of motivation - the teacher, teaching methodology, the text, the task, and the test - and explores how to use these “5 Ts” to impact student motivation. Learn More
    £17.95

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  6. Insider Accounts of Classroom Life, Adult Education

    Follow the triumph and trials of real-life students as they learn English. Learn how teachers seek to bridge the divide between theory and practice and help their students develop their public speaking skills, write with purpose, untangle grammar rules while making sense of lexicon, or simply try to make a doctor's appointment in their new language. Learn More
    £30.95

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  7. Classroom Research for Language Teachers

    Demystifies the process of classroom research and gives teachers the confidence to get started, plan a project, collect data, publish findings, and then continue to enjoy the empowering energy of researching and learning. Open the book; begin your journey as a teacher-researcher. Learn More
    £17.95

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  8. Applications of Task-Based Learning in TESOL

    Based on insights gained from using tasks as research tools, this volume shows how teachers can use tasks as teaching tools. Contributors to this volume found that using task-based applications in their classrooms builds a sense of community, develops critical thinking skills and intercultural communicative competence, increases cultural awareness, and encourages cooperation. Learn More
    £43.95

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  9. Teaching English for Academic Purposes

    Why do students feel that mastering academic English is difficult? Is it really so different from other types of English? The authors present academic English as a particular type of English that is not necessarily better, fancier, or harder; rather, it is simply a different kind of English that is usually learned in scholastic settings after general English has been acquired. Learn More
    £17.95

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  10. Standards for Adult Education ESL Programs

    What are the components of a quality education ESL program? TESOL's Standards for Adult Education ESL Programs answers this question by defining quality components from a national perspective. Using programme indicators in eight distinct areas, the standards can be used to review an existing programme or as a guide in setting up a new ESOL programme. Learn More
    £19.95

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  11. Language Classroom Assessment

    The day-to-day assessment of student learning is unquestionably one of the most demanding, complex, and important tasks that teachers face. Language Classroom Assessment is a comprehensive overview of different forms of language classroom assessment and practical applications that support students' learning in any context. Learn More
    £17.95

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  12. Teaching Listening: Voices From the Field

    Shares successful practices employed by teachers at different levels of education around the world. The teachers in this book show how they built listening activities around a corpus of academic speech, a checklist of listening dimensions, a manipulated text, a telephone message, a song, a movie, podcasts, TV talk shows, note taking, and audio recordings of key concepts from a course. Learn More
    £42.95

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  13. The 6 Principles for Exemplary Teaching of English Learners

    Presents universal guidelines drawn from decades of research in language pedagogy and language acquisition theory that should undergird any program of English language instruction. These foundational principles are for all educators in any classroom where students are learning English as a new language or learning content through that new language. Learn More
    £28.95

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  14. Teaching English at an NGO in Cambodia

    This newest volume in the ELT in Context series by Nicole Takeda is about teaching English at a nongovernmental organization in Cambodia and is unique in its details and documentation. It presents firsthand accounts of the considerable challenges and difficulties facing English language teachers working with learners in poverty, on between $1 and $2 US dollars per day. Learn More
    £20.95

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  15. TESOL Technology Standards

    Students, teachers, teacher educators, administrators, and researchers will find this an easy guide through the TESOL technology standards and how they can be applied in the varied contexts in which language instruction occurs. The book is organised around two strands of standards: Technology Standards for Language Learners and Technology Standards for Language Teachers. Learn More
    £49.95

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  16. Perspectives on Teaching Adults English in the Digital World

    Presents an overview of adult ESL online in the USA, using five students to illustrate a number of important points. A specific chapter focuses on teaching and learning English online at the tertiary level in the US. The book also presents a clear and concise summary, this time of adult education and workplace English language learning and teaching online in the US. Learn More
    £20.95

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