ISBN : 9780194335225
What really happens when students try to communicate with each other in the classroom? What makes them succeed? Why do they sometimes fail? In this book, Tony Lynch uses classroom research and transcripts from real lessons to explain the process of classroom interaction. He shows how this can help teachers with assessing students' performance and designing communicative tasks that work.
PART ONE: INPUT, INTERACTION, AND NEGOTIATION; PART TWO: CLASSROOM APPLICATIONS - INTERACTION-BASED TEACHING