English Australia Journal : English Australia Journal 27.1
EA Journal Volume 27 No 1 96 Although aimed primarily at new and trainee teachers, there is much here to stimulate experienced teachers to refine and build their knowledge, as well as critically examine and enhance the methodology they use in teaching vocabulary. Teacher trainers, too, would find it a very useful source of material, references and thought-provoking discussion. In short, Vocabulary Matrix would make a valuable addition to the resource library of every ESL teacher and teacher trainer. Fel Bisiani has taught ESL/EFL to secondary and adult learners in Australia and internationally, taught and supervised ESL teachers at pre-service and postgraduate levels, and delivered in-service Professional Development courses to ESL teachers. Teaching online: Tools and techniques, options and opportunities niCky hoCkly & lindsAy ClAndfield Delta Publishing 2010 reviewed By ClAre mCGrAth One of six in the Delta Teacher Development Series, Teaching Online is just what it says on the tin: ‘practical, accessible and reassuring’, both in the content and the organisation. Users will appreciate the positive tone and the straightforward clarification of technical terms, as well as the suggestions salted throughout. There are three clear sections: 'getting started' (A), 'what to do with students' (B), and 'further development for the teacher' (C). Each is distinctly formatted so you quickly find your way about.
English Australia Journal 27.2