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M E T H O D O L O G Y & P R O F E S S I O N A L D E V E L O P M E N T 120 Delta Teacher Development Series A pioneering, multi-award-winning series of books for English Language Teachers with professional development in mind, blending theory, practice and development. The Delta Teacher Development Series features some of the best and most expert authors in ELT, writing about fundamental areas of professional interest to teachers today. Each title in the series has three distinctive parts – A, B and C, which focus in turn on theory, practice and development: A) What do you need to know? What have others in the profession said or written? What is the latest information? How are things changing? B) What can you do? What practical activities can you carry out? How can you and your students get the most out of your teaching? How can you help yourself to help them better? C) How can you develop from here? What is the next step? How can you go further as a teacher in your own professional development? Teaching children how to learn Gail Ellis, Nayr Ibrahim Teaching children how to learn is a ground- breaking book offering Primary language teachers a new and practical methodology based on the importance, now universally recognised in curricula around the world, of teaching children how to learn. ISBN: 9781905085866 Going Mobile Teaching with hand-held devices Also available on Kindle Nicky Hockly, Gavin Dudeney Going Mobile is a ground-breaking resource book that helps teachers understand and implement mobile and hand-held learning in English Language Teaching. It includes a rationale for the use of mobile devices, backed up by a set of practical case studies from around the world. * 2015 ELTONS Nominated Innovation in Teacher Resources ISBN: 9781909783065 Film in Action Teaching language using moving images Kieran Donaghy Film in Action brings film actively into the language classroom and provides guidance on how both teachers and students can create their own moving images. It contains over 100 highly practical activities that can be easily added to the repertoire of any busy teacher. ISBN: 9781909783072 For more information visit Storytelling With Our Students Techniques for telling tales from around the world Also available on Kindle David Heathfield Storytelling with our Students provides nearly 40 stories and accompanies them all with 'telling techniques' for successful storytelling, so teachers can discover the techniques for being successful tellers of tales, and learners will discover that they too can be storytellers. ISBN: 9781905085873 The Autonomy Approach Language learning in the classroom and beyond Brian Morrison and Diego Navarro The Autonomy Approach examines and explains the theory behind autonomous learning and supports this with an extensive bank of activities for the teacher and the learner to use – to help learners take their development into their own hands. ISBN: 9781909783058 SAMPLE PAGES w w NEW

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