books available

Communicative activities
for language teaching:

Language Activities for Teenagers

Author: Seth Lindstromberg, editor & co-contributor
Publishing date: 2004
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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The Standby Book:
Activities for the Language Classroom

Author: Seth Lindstromberg, editor & co-contributor
Publishing date: 1997
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

 

Some reviews.
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Classroom activities for teaching
chunks of language:

Teaching Chunks of Language:
From Noticing to Remembering

Authors: Seth Lindstromberg & Frank Boers
Publishing date: 2008
Publisher: Helbling Languages

 

An explanation of this book.
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Deep background about prepositions:

English Prepositions Explained, 2nd edition

Author: Seth Lindstromberg
Publishing date: 2010
Publisher: John Benjamins

 

This is a background book (not a book of exercises) for English teachers, translators/interpreters, materials writers, and studious advanced users of English. The theoretical basis is cognitive linguistics, in a broad sense.

A blurb about this book. Here is a review showing, among other things, some typical illustrations. The author is right, English Prepositions Explained is not a reference work like a dictionary.
Here is a very short one. It’s about the 1st edition: the 2nd edition is better.

 

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Cognitive linguistics in foreign and
second language teaching:

Optimizing a Lexical Approach to Instructed Second Language

Authors: Frank Boers & Seth Lindstromberg
Publishing date: 2009
Publisher: Palgrave-Macmillan

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Cognitive Linguistic Approaches to Teaching Vocabulary

Authors: Frank Boers & Seth Lindstromberg
Publishing date: 2008
Publisher: Mouton de Gruyter

 

A blurb about this book.
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My name is Seth Lindstromberg - I live in the UK. This site offers a bit of information about my work and my professional interests but, so far, mainly reading leads in four main topic areas about language teaching.

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