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Teaching English Using ICT: A Practical Guide for Secondary School Teachers Paperback – 30 Jun 2011
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'In this excellent and inspiring book the authors promote a range of innovative and engaging classroom practices that never lose sight of the central values in teaching. They easily sell the use of the internet to assist English teachers in gaining instant access to a worldwide audience for their pupils' work. They also detail a range of exciting classroom approaches that are firmly rooted in active learning.' Linda Harris, Lecturer, University of Strathclyde, UK
'...an excellent book for all English teachers, packed full with creative ideas... Whether a highly experienced, or a new teacher, this book is the ideal resource to inspire the best possible use of ICT to support excellent English teaching. You do not need technical knowledge as the book is full of examples with clear guidance about how to make the best use of freely available software.' Andy Goodwyn, Head of Education, University of Reading, UK
'This should become a standard text in the field of ICT in English education. But the best thing about it is that it has been written by English teachers, for English teachers.' Ian McNeilly, Director of the National Association for Teaching English, UK
'Down to earth common sense, reaffirming ICT's role as a useful tool to support enjoyable learning - exactly where good English teachers need it to be' Jon Rosser, Senior Learning Adviser, Flintshire Local Authority, UK
About the Author
Trevor Millum is a nationally renowned trainer specializing in ICT within English. He worked as NATE's Director of Development and Communications for five years and remains a member of NATE's ICT committee.
Chris Warren works for Teachit and NATE. A very experienced English teacher, he was previously an Advisory Teacher for English and ICT, and pioneered computer driven simulation activities such as 'Hijack' and 'Lost'. He is known nationally as a trainer and enthusiast for the use of ICT.
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