The underlying premise is that the best way to develop an understanding of a participatory approach is to engage in it. Throughout the book, readers are asked to apply problem-posing--a learning process that begins with naming issues, reflecting on them and possible solutions, and acting upon one's ideas. Questions addressed include:
*What is the nature of process over product?
*Is a new definition of effective instruction necessary?
*What are the factors that can affect second language acquisition?
*What do teachers believe about effective language instruction?
*What do students believe about effective language instruction?
*What makes pedagogy effective?
*How do teachers and students relate in the classroom?
*What does instruction mean for students?
*How can effective praxis be adapted to various contexts?"
|Contextualizing College ESL Classroom Praxis|
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