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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 Grammar

    Unsure of how to include creativity and project-based learning in grammar lessons? The 2nd edition of this best-selling book includes updated activities and new contributions that cover a wide range of teaching techniques - from introducing a specific grammar point to providing meaningful, contextualized practice. Learn More
    £48.95

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  2. New Ways in Teaching Speaking

    Learn how to incorporate technology tools to improve speaking skills while utilizing digital literacy skills. The new career-focused activities connect to work in business, law, and more, allowing students to continue strengthening their speaking skills for their daily lives speaking in English. These diverse and ready-to-use activities will keep your students engaged and enjoying their time learning this essential language skill. Learn More
    £50.50

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  3. Teaching Speaking

    To meet the needs of students, teachers of oral English have three main tasks: find out all they can about how speaking works, look for ways to introduce their classes to the language of conversation, and provide students with opportunities to practice speaking English. This book covers these three tasks in an easy-to-follow guide that language teachers will find very practical for their own contexts. Learn More
    £18.95

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  4. Insider Accounts of Classroom Life, Higher Education

    Offers readers a front-row seat into current policy, practice, and theory in language education - from diverse classrooms all over the world. Through personal narratives shared by teachers and students alike, find out how it feels to be a bewildered, foreign-born student trying to learn the academic culture of an American university while simultaneously learning the language. Learn More
    £34.50

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  5. 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
    £50.50

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  6. Teaching Grammar

    Using reflective practice to help teachers become comfortable with teaching grammar, this easy-to-follow guide defines grammar from a teacher perspective, shows how corpus linguistics can be a useful tool, covers basic concepts of grammar research, and addresses important components of teaching grammar. Learn More
    £18.95

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  7. 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
    £32.50

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  8. 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
    £18.95

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  9. Managing the Language Classroom

    Introduces a practical, fresh approach to classroom management which discusses 10 principles to ensure students remain at the heart of a structured, practical, and effective classroom. Quirke's methods follow the DREAM philosophy; Develop and delegate, Recruit and respect, Enhance and enjoy, Appraise and attend, and Mentor and motivate. Learn More
    £18.95

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  10. Assessing English Learners in U.S. Schools

    Why assess? And what will I do with the results? This book examines classroom assessment through the lenses of three ESL teachers from across the US. The teachers face a number of challenges particular to their individual situations, and other challenges common to all US public school teachers. Learn More
    £55.50

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  11. Transforming Practices for the Elementary Classroom

    What happens when practitioners and researchers work together in an elementary classroom setting? Discover the power of using engaging and informative lesson plans, developed in elementary classrooms across the U.S. and backed by current research. Hear from both sides of the profession and understand how they come together for the benefit of the student. Learn More
    £47.95

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  12. Wordless Books

    With wordless books, K-12 and adult students can be authors and write stories that they interpret from the pictures. In addition, the lesson ideas are aligned with the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and with the TESOL Pre-K-12 English Language Proficiency Standards. Sample rubrics are included in the book and online as editable documents. Learn More
    £37.50

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  13. 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
    £55.50

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  14. 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
    £52.50

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  15. 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
    £30.50

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  16. 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
    £21.95

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