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Interactive Supplementation of High School Texts

High School English. Q: What's the problem?. A: Textbooks: are skills-based (R, W, L, S). have little time for active use of the language (speaking, communication). treat the learner as passive. are test-driven, focusing on grammar-translation (teaching to the test). are notional-functional (memorization of situational phrases). .

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Interactive Supplementation of High School Texts

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    1. Interactive Supplementation of High School Texts Form-Focused Interaction

    3. High School English Q: Whats the solution?

    4. High School English Q: How can teachers do this?

    5. High School English

    6. High School English, Lesson 3: I want to be in Fashion

    7. High School English, Lesson 4 Alexs Concern about his Homeland

    8. High School English, Lesson 4 Alexs Concern about his Homeland

    9. High School English, Lesson 4 Alexs Concern about his Homeland

    10. High School English I, Lesson 3 Too Tall Twyla

    11. High School English I, Lesson 5 Here Come the Rocketplanes!

    12. Conclusion

    13. Conclusion

    14. Conclusion

    15. Sources

    16. Sources

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