Asian English language classrooms : where theory and practice meet / edited by Handoyo Widodo, Alistair Wood, Deepti Gupta. - Abingdon, U.K. ; New York, N.Y. : Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2017. - xv, 270 p. - Routledge research in language education .

Introduction: re-contextualizing English language teaching in Asia today -- Teaching listening in pre-tertiary and tertiary English education in Japan -- Developing speaking for intercultural communication: textbooks with critical and creative approaches -- Teaching reading through multimodal texts -- Supplementing extensive reading for Japanese EFL learners -- Teaching writing to multilingual learners using the genre-based approach -- Teaching communicative vocabulary -- What EFL teachers should know about online grammar tasks -- Teaching pronunciation to adult learners of English -- Fluency in language classrooms: extensive listening and reading -- Literature in an age of distraction -- Expressing study abroad experiences in second language haiku writing: theoretical and practical implications for teaching haiku composition in Asian EFL classrooms -- Exploring ICT tools in English language learning: language, technology, and the globalized classroom -- The use of photo story in the Indonesian English language classroom: working with multimodal tasks -- Social psychology of the language classroom -- The role of pragmatics in teaching English as an additional language -- Language classroom management.

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English language--Study and teaching--Asian speakers
English language--Study and teaching--Asia
Intercultural communication--Asia
Classroom learning centers--Asia

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