Schema Theory, Reading

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Celce-Murcia, Marianne, Brinton, Donna, M. and Snow, Marguerite. Teaching English as a second or foreign language. Fourth edition
Harmer Jeremy (2007) The practice of English Language Teaching
Hedge, T. (2000). Teaching and learning in the language classroom. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
McDonough, J. and Shaw, C. (2012) Materials and Methods In ELT: A Teacher Guide.
Ur,P. (2005) A Course in Language Teaching.
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In-text citation must include the page number. For example (Harmer, 2007, page 117).
– Please use simple words/vocabularies understood by non-English native speakers
-You should demonstrate the understanding of Schema Theory.
You should demonstrate the understanding of .authentic text –
You should integrate language skills ( speaking and writing) –
Characteristics of students: intermediate level, age 17 years, they study English as a foreign language, English is a compulsory subject in the school.
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Perceived inadequacies with Marx's theories led to various revisions or additions. Compare and discuss Bernstein's and Lenin's revisions or additions to Marx, using the readings provided. What seem to be the drivers behind these revisions?

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