Series: Cambridge Teacher Training and Development

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About Language: Tasks for Teachers of English by Scott Thornbury
Action Research for Language Teachers by Michael J. Wallace
Advising and Supporting Teachers by Mick Randall
English for the Teacher: A Language Development Course by Mary Spratt
Literature and Language Teaching: A Guide for Teachers and Trainers by Gillian Lazar
Mentor Courses: A Resource Book for Trainer-Trainers by Angi Malderez
Tasks for Language Teachers: A Resource Book for Training and Development by Martin Parrott
Teach English Teacher's Workbook: A Training Course for Teachers by Adrian Doff
Teach English Trainer's Handbook: A Training Course for Teachers by Adrian Doff
Teachers in Action: Tasks for In-Service Language Teacher Education and Development by Peter James
Teaching Children English: A Training Course for Teachers of English to Children by David Vale
Training Foreign Language Teachers: A Reflective Approach by Michael J. Wallace

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  1. The Practice of English Language Teaching [with DVD] by Jeremy Harmer (1983)
  2. Classroom Observation Tasks: A Resource Book for Language Teachers and Trainers by Ruth Wajnryb (1992)
  3. Reflective Teaching in Second Language Classrooms by Jack C. Richards (1994)
  4. Principles of Language Learning and Teaching by H. Douglas Brown (1980)
  5. How to Teach English by Jeremy Harmer (1998)
  6. Techniques and Principles in Language Teaching by Diane Larsen-Freeman (1986)
  7. Five-Minute Activities: A Resource Book of Short Activities by Penny Ur (1992)
  8. Teaching By Principles: An Interactive Approach to Language Pedagogy by H. Douglas Brown (1994)
  9. Grammar Practice Activities: A Practical Guide for Teachers by Penny Ur (1988)
  10. Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language by Marianne Celce-Murcia (1979)
  11. More Grammar Games: Cognitive, Affective and Movement Activities for EFL Students by Paul Davis (1995)
  12. Grammar for English Language Teachers: With Exercises and a Key by Martin Parrott (1999)
  13. Classroom Dynamics by Jill Hadfield (1992)
  14. Designing Language Courses: A Guide for Teachers by Kathleen Graves (2000)
  15. How Languages Are Learned by Patsy M. Lightbown (1993)

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