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Author Bartle, Janet
Title A Study Of The Role Of The Adviser In Language Teaching And Learning / Janet Bartle.
Publication Info University of Hull March 2000


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Descript dissertation only / Number of copies: 2
Note Examines the role of the adviser in the language teaching and learning environment following the shift in emphasis from teacher-led to more learned-centred education in the tertiary sector. It looks at the arguments for a new professional role within language learning, considers the functions it ought to perform and examines the reality of current language advising activity in the UK sector. Format: books without tapes and MA dissertations.
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Author Bartle, Janet
Series MA dissertations
Subject MA in Applied Language & Modern Technology dissertations
Descript dissertation only / Number of copies: 2
Note Examines the role of the adviser in the language teaching and learning environment following the shift in emphasis from teacher-led to more learned-centred education in the tertiary sector. It looks at the arguments for a new professional role within language learning, considers the functions it ought to perform and examines the reality of current language advising activity in the UK sector. Format: books without tapes and MA dissertations.
Author Bartle, Janet
Series MA dissertations
Subject MA in Applied Language & Modern Technology dissertations
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 Shoosmith Language Learning Centre  ENGB 337  NOT FOR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY

Subject MA in Applied Language & Modern Technology dissertations
Descript dissertation only / Number of copies: 2
Note Examines the role of the adviser in the language teaching and learning environment following the shift in emphasis from teacher-led to more learned-centred education in the tertiary sector. It looks at the arguments for a new professional role within language learning, considers the functions it ought to perform and examines the reality of current language advising activity in the UK sector. Format: books without tapes and MA dissertations.

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