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Current Issues in Pronunciation Teaching to Non-Native Learners of English

practices, and student perceptions. TESOL QUARTERLY , 48(1), 136-163. Celce-Murcia, M., Brinton, D. & Goodwin, J. (1996). Teaching Pronunciation: Reference for Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Couper, G. (2011). What makes pronunciation teaching work? Testing for the effect of two variables: socially constructed metalanguage and critical listening. Language Awareness , 20(3), 159-182, doi: 10.1080/09658416.2011.570347 Crowther, D., Trofimovich, P., Isaacs, T. & Saito, K

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Impact of Teachers’ Beliefs on Teaching Phonetic Aspects: the Case of Czech as L1

References Adam, R. (2018). Určování morfologických kategorií jmen: sonda do praktik začínajících studentů bohemistiky. Didaktické studie, 10 (1), 13–30. Andrews, R. (2001). Teaching and learning English. London: Continuum. Babušová, G. (2014). Evoluce komunikačních činností v teorii a praxi. Praha: UK. Balkó, I. (2005/06). Stav zvukové stránky mluvených projevů absolventů SŠ a příčiny zjištěných nedostatků. Český jazyk a literatura, 56 (1), 15–21. Balkó, I. (2007/08). Pauzy v mluveném projevu učitele. Český jazyk a literatura

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Active Teaching in Large Classes

:// [retrived: May 18, 2012] 7. Walter,C. Parker (2003)., Teaching Democracy- unity and diversity in public life, ISBN 0-8077-4272-4 Teachers College, Columbia University 8. Dreikurs, R., (2012),,_Rudolf_9120.html [retrived: May, 2012] 9. Stuart, J. & Rutherford, R. J. (1978) Medical student concentration during medical lectures Lancet 2:514-516 10. Michelle Miller, (2013) What classroom Teachers Can Do to Increase Attendance? Wichita Public School, KS 11. Barbara Bray, (2012), Twilight of the Lecture, Harvard

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Study on Construction of Open Network Teaching in University

References Chen Jing.( 2016). Brief Talk on School Network Teaching . Computer Knowledge and Technology (Academic Communication),(20),40-43. Chen Zhili. (2008).Promotion of Education and Teaching Reform by Using Modern Education Technology.Distance Education in China,(6),27-31. He Ping, Liu Xiuhe, Jin Lishi.( 2017). Design and Realization of Network Teaching Platform.Computer Knowledge and Technology (Academic Communication),(2),30-34. Pan Liwu, Meng Chuyan, He Baofeng.(2016). Talk on Network

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Multiple Intelligences in Teaching Literature

References Bassnett, S., Grundy, P. 1993. Language through Literature . London: Longman. Bloom, Harold. 1994. The Western Canon. The Books and School of the Ages, Harcourt Brace & Company, New York. Bloom, Harold. 1973. The Anxiety of Influence. A Theory of Poetry, Paperback, New York. Carter, R., Long, M. N. 1991. Teaching Literature . London: Longman. Carter, R., McRae, J. 1996 . Language, Literature & the Learner . London and New York: Longman

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The importance of intra-linguistic diversity in teaching Slovenian as the first language

References Ahačič et al. (2017). Ciljni raziskovalni projekt Jezikovna Politika Republike Slovenije in potrebe uporabnikov: raziskovalno poročilo . Retrieved from Anderson, L. W., and Krathwolh, D. R. (2001). A Taxonomy for Learning, Teaching, and Assessing: A Revision of Bloom’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives. New York: Longman. Bayetto, A. (2008). A Guide for English as a Second Dialect

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Teaching as Creative Process: Perspectives From Personal Narratives

-479. Hennessey, B. A. (2010). Intrinsic motivation and creativity in the classroom: Have we come full circle? In R. A. Beghetto, & J. C. Kaufman, R. A. (Eds.). Nurturing creativity in the classroom. (pp. 329-361). New York, NY, US: Cambridge University Press. Jaskyte, K., Taylor, H., & Smariga, R. (2009). Student and faculty perceptions of innovative teaching. Creativity Research Journal. 21, 111-116. Kaufman, J. C. & Baer, J. (Eds.). (2005a). Creativity across domains: Faces of the Muse. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates

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Culture in Language Teaching
A course design for teacher trainees

References Alptekin, Cem. 2002. Towards intercultural communicative competence in ELT. ELT Journal 56(1): 57–64. Bárdos, Jenő. 2004. Kulturális kompetencia az idegen nyelvek tanításában [Cultural competence in foreign language teaching]. In: Bárdos, Jenő, Nyelvpedagógiai tanulmányok [Studies in language pedagogy]. Pécs: Iskolakultúra. 142–157. Bárdos, Jenő. 2005. Élő nyelvtanítás-történet [A living history of language teaching]. Budapest: Nemzeti Tankönyvkiadó. Lo Bianco, Joseph–Liddicoat, Anthony J.–Crozet, Chantal. 1999

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Teaching Methods Influencing the Sustainability of the Teaching Process in Technology Education in General Education Schools

References Banks, F. (2009). Research on teaching and learning in technology education. In A. Jones & M. De Vries (Eds.), International handbook of research and development in technology education (pp. 373–389). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. Burton, D. (2009). Why pupils learn. In S. Capel, M. Leask & T. Turner (Eds.), Learning to teach in the secondary school: A companion to school experience (5th ed.) (pp. 251–266). London: Routledge. Doherty, R. A., & Canavan, B. (2006). Mapping reform in Scotlandís technology

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Toolbox of teaching strategies

significant innovations in health-care education. 7 In nursing education, nursing students have to face the practice–education gap. PBL is identified as an approach to bridge and eliminate that gap by teaching and coaching nursing students to apply the theory to clinical practice. 8 PBL gives students a reduced-risk opportunity to learn clinical skills without directly contacting the patients. Technologies can be used in PBL to introduce cases and propose problems. When in PBL classes for the fourth year nursing students, students organize and deliver their ideas or

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