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Thinking Theologically about Language Teaching: Christian Perspectives on an Educational Calling

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Book
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Category
Teaching  [ Browse Items ]
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Publication Year
2017 
Pages
274 
Tags
Education, Theology, Study & Teaching, English as a Second Language, Religion & Spirituality, Education, Theology, English as a Foreign Language, Study & Teaching, Academic & Commercial 
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Christians can often overlook the need to bring their daily vocations in accord with the reality created, sustained, and purposed through Christ. This is no less true for language teachers, who find themselves at a difficult interdisciplinary crossroads where the paths of linguistics, culture and education merge. This challenge should not discourage these educators, but instead aid them in their journey to form a pedagogy rooted in theological truths from Scripture, one that provides a nuanced approach that glorifies God in a manner specific to the language classroom.The contributors of this book outline why and how theology must inform teaching methods so that Christian language educators might better serve their students with both faith and excellence, thereby pointing them to the communicative God whose image they bear. - from Amzon 
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