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Teach English as a Foreign Language: Teach Yourself (New Edition)

David Riddell

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English, Prose: non-fiction, English language, ELT background & reference material, ELT: teaching theory & methods, ELT resource books for teachers

Everything you need to know to teach EFL successfully

This new edition of Teach EFL is the ultimate practical reference guide to becoming an EFL teacher.

"Riddell's book is a classic - it answers all those questions new language teachers have....covers an amazing amount in a clear accessible way."
David Carr, Director of Teacher Training
International House London

This book is packed with information on:
-effective teaching techniques.
-sound classroom management.
-practical lesson planning.

-successful job hunting and career development.

This is an indispensable book for all new EFL teachers: a step-by-step guide on what to teach and how to teach it. This edition has been fully revised to include:

-insights from teachers working around the world.
-up-to-date information on technology as an aid to learning.
-comprehensive information on the increasingly popular task-based learning.
-invaluable advice on making the transition from learning to teaching.
-clear guidance on ongoing professional development.

-useful examples of teaching in different international contexts. Rely on Teach Yourself, trusted by learners for over 75 years.

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Praise for Teach English as a Foreign Language: Teach Yourself (New Edition)

  • Riddell's book is a classic - it answers all those questions new language teachers have....covers an amazing amount in a clear accessible way. - David Carr, Director of Teacher Training, International House London

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