To examine the sociocultural learning about speaking that can develop from applied study of filmic speech in an advanced English as an Additional Language (EAL) course in and about speaking; to describe a form of pedagogy using film studies presentations as tools for rehearsing, presenting and assessing student's speaking.
This handbook and accompanying videos help busy academic staff to incorporate work-integrated learning in a way that promotes social transformation through the development of graduates as engaged and active citizens.
This resource provides teachers with practical teaching ideas and the theoretical knowledge that will help them understand what is happening with their students' pronunciation and why. The electronic document contains embedded audio clips and printable form-like fields where you can enter responses to questions.
Teaching profile from Te Kahautu Maxwell, Senior Lecturer, Te Aka Tikanga, School of Māori and Pacific Development, The University of Waikato - a Sustained Excellence winner 2010 and inaugural recipient in the category Kaupapa Māori.