Selecting Movies for English Language Learning & Teaching: Criteria, Methodology, and A Movie Guide for ESL Learners & Teachers

W. Kwon, Selecting Movies for English Language Learning & Teaching: Criteria, Methodology, and a Movie Guide for ESL Learners & Teachers (Introductions to M-ELT: Movie-assisted ESL Learning & Teaching), Tomato's English, 2014

53 Pages Posted: 16 Nov 2015 Last revised: 28 Jun 2017

Date Written: November 14, 2015

Abstract

Considering theoretical and practical aspects and unique challenges of movie selection for English as a second language (ESL) learning and teaching, this book is to offer — 1. A systematic approach to movie selection (criteria, methodology and practical guidance), drawing on up-to-date scholarship in related fields; 2. A movie guide for ESL learners and teachers — Concise introductions to a collection of movies suitable for ESL learning and teaching, from which ESL learners and teachers may select and identify movies best fitted for their specific learning and teaching objectives. The book takes the reader step by step from selection criteria through gathering candidate movies, conducting research and the decision-making process.

Note: Downloadable document is the Table of Contents and Preface only.

Keywords: ESL, movies, M-ELT

Suggested Citation

Kwon, W., Selecting Movies for English Language Learning & Teaching: Criteria, Methodology, and A Movie Guide for ESL Learners & Teachers (November 14, 2015). W. Kwon, Selecting Movies for English Language Learning & Teaching: Criteria, Methodology, and a Movie Guide for ESL Learners & Teachers (Introductions to M-ELT: Movie-assisted ESL Learning & Teaching), Tomato's English, 2014. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2690890

W. Kwon (Contact Author)

Tomato's English ( email )

Minneapolis, MN 55415
United States

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