Thinking Theologically about Language Teaching


We can overlook bringing our work in line with the reality created, sustained, and purposed through Christ. This is much more than working with excellence. Language teachers are at a crossroads of linguistics, culture, and education. These essays establish pedagogy upon theology, providing guidance to glorify God specific to language teaching.

About the Author

Cheri L. Pierson has a Doctorate in Education from Northern Illinois University, USA, and is an associate professor at Wheaton Graduate School. She specializes in teacher education, methodology and English for specific purposes. She is the author of several books including Dictionary of Theological Terms in Simplified English: Student Workbook and Exploring Theological English.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781783682881

Category: Academic

Region: World

Publishing Date: 2017-08-31

Number of pages: 274


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