Audio Review ~ Techniques & Principles in Language Teaching

Lara Promnitz-Hayashi and Jamie Dunstan discuss “Techniques & Principles in Language Teaching” from Oxford University Press.
Reviewed for Teflnet by Lara Promnitz-Hayashi and Jamie Dunstan
Techniques & Principles in Language Teaching

Techniques & Principles in Language Teaching

In this audio review of Techniques & Principles in Language Teaching you can hear Lara Promnitz-Hayashi and Jamie Dunstan discussing the book and giving their (on the whole favourable) reactions to it.

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Reviewed for Teflnet by Lara Promnitz-Hayashi and Jamie Dunstan
October 2012 | Filed under Teaching
Lara Promnitz-Hayashi has been teaching in Japan for over fifteen years. She has taught in conversation schools, juku cram schools, primary schools, kindergarten, corporate business classes, and more recently as a university lecturer. Jamie Dunstan has been in Japan for more than five years teaching English to all age groups from elementary school to junior high school to young adults, including adult conversation schools and business English.

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