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Beginning to Write: Writing Activities for Elementary and Intermediate Learners by Arthur Brookes
The Cambridge Handbook of Phonology by Paul de Lacy
Communicative Activities for EAP with CD-ROM (Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers) by Jenni Guse
Dialogue Activities: Exploring Spoken Interaction in the Language Class by Nick Bilbrough
Dictation: New Methods, New Possibilities by Paul Davis
Dictionary Activities by Cindy Leaney
Discussions that Work: Task-centred Fluency Practice by Penny Ur
Drama Techniques in Language Learning: A Resource Book of Communication Activities for Language Teachers by Alan Maley
Extensive Reading Activities for Teaching Language by Julian Bamford
Five-Minute Activities for Business English by Paul Emmerson
Five-Minute Activities for Young Learners by Penny McKay
Five-Minute Activities: A Resource Book of Short Activities by Penny Ur
Games for Language Learning by Andrew Wright
Grammar Practice Activities Paperback with CD-ROM: A Practical Guide for Teachers by Penny Ur
The Internet and the Language Classroom by Gavin Dudeney
Keep Talking: Communicative Fluency Activities for Language Teaching by Friederike Klippel
Language Activities for Teenagers by Seth Lindstromberg
Laughing Matters: Humour in the Language Classroom by Peter Medgyes
Learner Autonomy: A Guide to Developing Learner Responsibility by Agota Scharle
Learner English: A Teacher's Guide to Interference and other Problems by Michael Swan
Lessons from Nothing: Activities for Language Teaching with Limited Time and Resources by Bruce Marsland
Literature in the Language Classroom: A Resource Book of Ideas and Activities by Joanne Collie
Once Upon a Time: Using Stories in the Language Classroom by John Morgan
Pictures for Language Learning by Andrew Wright
Planning Lessons and Courses: Designing Sequences of Work for the Language Classroom by Tessa Woodward
Pronunciation Practice Activities Book and Audio CD Pack: A Resource Book for Teaching English Pronunciation by Martin Hewings
The Standby Book: Activities for the Language Classroom by Seth Lindstromberg
Stories: Narrative Activities for the Language Classroom by Ruth Wajnryb
Teach Business English by Sylvie Donna
Teaching English Spelling: A Practical Guide by Ruth Shemesh
Teaching Large Multilevel Classes by Natalie Hess
Teaching Listening Comprehension by Penny Ur
Testing Spoken Language: A Handbook of Oral Testing Techniques by Nic Underhill
Using Authentic Video in the Language Classroom by Jane Sherman
Using Folktales by Eric K. Taylor
Using Newspapers in the Classroom by Paul Sanderson
Using the Board in the Language Classroom by Jeannine Dobbs
Working with Images Paperback with CD-ROM: A Resource Book for the Language Classroom by Ben Goldstein
Working with Words: A Guide to Teaching and Learning Vocabulary by Ruth Gairns

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Recommendations

  1. The Practice of English Language Teaching [with DVD] by Jeremy Harmer (1983)
  2. Grammar Practice Activities: A Practical Guide for Teachers by Penny Ur (1988)
  3. How to Teach English by Jeremy Harmer (1998)
  4. Principles of Language Learning and Teaching by H. Douglas Brown (1980)
  5. The Grammar Book: An ESL/EFL Teacher's Course, Second Edition by Marianne Celce-Murcia (1983)
  6. A Course in Language Teaching: Practice and Theory by Penny Ur (1996)
  7. Reflective Teaching in Second Language Classrooms by Jack C. Richards (1994)
  8. Techniques and Principles in Language Teaching by Diane Larsen-Freeman (1986)
  9. Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language by Marianne Celce-Murcia (1979)
  10. Teaching Unplugged: Dogme in English Language Teaching by Luke Meddings (2009)
  11. Grammar Games: Cognitive, Affective and Drama Activities for EFL Students by Mario Rinvolucri (1984)
  12. How Languages Are Learned by Patsy M. Lightbown (1993)
  13. Classroom Dynamics by Jill Hadfield (1992)
  14. Tasks for Language Teachers: A Resource Book for Training and Development by Martin Parrott (1993)
  15. Grammar for English Language Teachers: With Exercises and a Key by Martin Parrott (1999)

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