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Seth Lindstromberg and Frank Boers


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Teaching Chunks of Language is a motivating new resource book based on the fundamental assumptions of the so-called lexical (or ‘chunk teaching’) approach. Language as used by native speakers consists substantially of memorized multi-word chunks (e.g. by the way). For learners of a foreign language, knowledge of chunks is strongly associated with important aspects of proficiency such as oral fluency and naturalness of expression.
The challenging question for foreign learners therefore is this: How can many chunks be committed to active, long-term memory?

Teaching Chunks of Language suggests a communicative approach to the teaching of chunks of language. Most of the activities presented are decidedly communicative and involve a lot of speaking and listening as well as intensive reading and some writing.

Teaching Chunks of Language is organised in 4 chapters:

RE-usable activities;
Activity sequences;
RE-usable review & learning quiz activities,
Testing techniques.


ARTICLES & REVIEWS

- Read EL Gazette review 
- Read HOTCH POTCH ENGLISH review
- Read MET review
- Read review from Tecla Sap


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Compounds worksheets

Similes worksheets
'Verbs +' Collocations Worksheet


Components

Teaching Chunks of Language 978-3-85272-056-2

 
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