Dialogue in foreign language education
is a collection of studies that explore topics important in contemporary foreign language education, such as: academic discourse, intercultural communication, the use of information technology, critical reading, the development of communicative skills, anxiety in foreign language learning.
Researchers from Poland and abroad discuss the interplay between various factors influencing foreign language learning and teaching. The publication consists of eleven chapters, each followed by comments in which their authors dialogue with the opinions expressed in the chapters.
It is our hope that the book will inspire readers to ask questions and pursue new paths along “old, well known” topics concerning foreign language education. … an extremely valuable book; discussing issues that play a crucial role in contemporary foreign language pedagogy, in an interesting way presenting the voices of its contributors …
I believe the publication will definitely be welcomed by foreign language teachers, pre-service and in-service trainers, academic teachers as well as teacher trainees and students of foreign language colleges.
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Prof. zw. dr hab. Hanna Komorowska
Instytut Anglistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski