Series Editors: David Nunan & Glenn Stockwell
The Language Teaching Insights series consists of a range of titles designed for language teachers everywhere, whether they are new to the field or seasoned professionals who would like to broaden their experience with up-to-date perspectives based soundly on research and practice presented in a comprehensive but easy to follow manner. The target audience for this series is pre-service and in-service language teachers seeking an easy-to-follow overview of pertinent issues relevant to their language teaching environments.
We are currently specifically seeking proposals for foundational texts related to but not limited to language teaching methods, research methods, SLA theory, curriculum and course design, assessment, motivation, autonomy, teacher training, teacher wellbeing, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, and cognitive linguistics. We are also looking for titles related to the teaching and learning of language teaching skills and areas such as speaking, listening, reading, writing, pronunciation, and grammar.
Books in this Series
Becoming a language teacher
A practical guide to second language learning and teaching
Elaine K. Horwitz (2020)
Elaine K. Horwitz gives pre- and in-service teachers the skills they need to meet the needs of all language learners in today's diverse classrooms-while encouraging them to develop a personal approach... [more]
Insights into technology and autonomy in language teaching
Chun Lai (2022)
This book aims to provide a critical analysis of the relationship of technology and learner and teacher autonomy, highlighting two major principles: 1) technology is not neutral and may both benefit and ... [more]
Insights into teaching and learning writing
A practical guide for early-career teachers
Hassan Mohebbi (Ed.) (2022)
Writing is one of the most challenging skills for a language learner to acquire due its sheer complexity, and language teachers are faced with a demanding task in the teaching and testing of writing. A ... [more]