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|Title:||A Coursebook in a Trilingual Classroom: To Use or not to Use|
Chesnokova, Irina Anatolievna
|Keywords:||английский язык; иностранные языки|
|Citation:||Yastrebova L. A Coursebook in a Trilingual Classroom: To Use or not to Use / L. Yastrebova, I. A. Chesnokova // Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. — 2015. — Vol. 206 : Linguistic and Cultural Studies: Traditions and Innovations, LKTI : XVth International Conference, 9-11 November, 2015, Tomsk, Russia : [proceedings]. — [P. 173-176].|
|Abstract:||Coursebook use has proved to be a controversial issue in methodology. In this paper we refer to different writing on this subject, and take the argument a step further. As the way out, we look at an aspect of teaching English as a foreign language (EFL) that sooner or later every teacher comes up against – a need to write his/her materials. As our research has shown, this becomes of major importance in a trilingual classroom. Here, we also refer to some of the theoretical positions underlying third language acquisition (TLA).|
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