Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
A combination of theory and practice, accompanied by an empirical case study, makes this an ideal introductory textbook to the practical aspects of the acquisition of Japanese as a second language."Japanese Language Teaching" examines the practical aspects of the acquisition of Japanese as a second language, underpinned by current theory and research. Each chapter examines theory and progresses to a consideration of the practical design of tasks for teaching. The final section applies this theory and practice to an empirical case study, drawn from a classroom with Japanese as a second language. This book will be of interest to postgraduates studying second language acquisition and applied linguistics.