This title examines current research in materials development and
discusses their implications for the learning and teaching of
languages. Recently there has been a dramatic increase in the
attention given to materials development as an academic discipline.
More universities are including modules on materials development on
their MA in applied linguistics courses and more students are
studying materials development in their PhD research. Yet to date
there has been no publication focusing on reporting and discussing
the results of research in materials development. This fills that
gap, reporting on the results of recent research projects in
materials development and discussing their implications for the
learning and teaching of languages. The editors' introduction
outlines the rationale, scope and objectives of the book and
reviews previously published reports of research in materials
development. There are concluding chapters which point out
implications for second language acquisition theory and research
methodology. The book features suggest applications of the reported
research for materials development and proposals for future action
in research in materials development for language teaching.
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