Self-esteem and Foreign Language Learning

Fernando Rubio
Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2007 - 205 ページ
Self-Esteem and Foreign Language Learning deals with a topic which has been given surprisingly little attention in Second and Foreign Language Acquisition studies. Although there are several studies dealing with general education, this volume addresses the need to take self-esteem into consideration in the language classroom and adopts both theoretical/research and practical perspectives, with the hope of being useful for both researchers and practitioners.

The book is organized into three main parts. Part I serves as an introduction to self-esteem. Part II reports on the existing literature about the theory and research dealing with self-esteem and foreign language learning, and Part III includes procedures for implementation and activities for classroom applications.

Self-Esteem and Foreign Language Learning is edited by Fernando Rubio (PhD.), a researcher and teacher at the University of Huelva in Spain. Most of the chapters have been written by members of the research group â oeAffective factors in language learningâ , which has also published a book on Multiple Intelligences and the teaching of English (Dr. Jane Arnold, Dr. Carmen Fonseca, etc.). There are two outside contributions: one is by Andrew Wright, author of numerous publications for language teachers, and the other by Veronica de AndrÃ(c)s, teacher trainer from the University of El Salvador (Argentina) and member of the executive board of the International Council for Self-Esteem. Dr. Elaine Horwitz of the University of Texas has contributed a preface.



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著者について (2007)

Fernando Rubio (Ph.D.) is an Associate Professor in the English Language Department at the University of Huelva and Head of the Office of International Relations at the School of Education. His main research interests are in the field of affective factors and foreign language learning. He has authored numerous scholarly texts, especially in the area of foreign language anxiety.