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Teaching English through English
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Teaching English Through English by Jane Willis excerpts prepared by Michael Dragsten Synopsis: This article contains excerpts from Jane Willis’s Teaching English Through English: A Course in Classroom Language and Techniques (Longman Handbooks for Language Teachers Series, Longman ELT, ).
Teaching English through English is a practical training course for teachers or intending teaching English as a second or foreign language. It is designed to give them practice effective use of classroom English and to extend their language teaching skills and techniques, with the aim of helping their students learn to сcommunicate successfully in English.