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Understanding Language Teaching: Reasoning in Action

Johnson, K. E. (1999). Understanding Language Teaching: Reasoning in Action. Boston: Heinle, Cengage Learning.

Teachers are encouraged to reflect on their classroom practice by thinking critically about their own teaching, their colleagues’ teaching, and the environments in which they work. The book examines the issues of language teaching from three distinct perspectives: Teachers’ Voices, which are authentic accounts of teachers’ experiences; Frameworks, which are comprehensive discussions of theoretical issues; and Investigations, which are inquiry-based activities. 

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