NĚMEC, Martin. THE PEDAGOGICAL POTENTIAL OF TRANSLATION IN TEACHING ENGLISH. In Trusnik, R; Nemcokova, K; Bell, GJ. THEORIES AND PRACTICE. Zlín: TOMAS BATA UNIV ZLIN, 2011. p. 137-146. ISBN 978-80-7454-089-9.
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Original name THE PEDAGOGICAL POTENTIAL OF TRANSLATION IN TEACHING ENGLISH
Authors NĚMEC, Martin (203 Czech Republic, guarantor, belonging to the institution).
Edition Zlín, THEORIES AND PRACTICE, p. 137-146, 10 pp. 2011.
Publisher TOMAS BATA UNIV ZLIN
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Original language English
Type of outcome Proceedings paper
Field of Study 50300 5.3 Education
Country of publisher Czech Republic
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
Publication form printed version "print"
RIV identification code RIV/00216224:14410/11:00062084
Organization unit Faculty of Education
ISBN 978-80-7454-089-9
UT WoS 000299968500014
Keywords in English pedagogical translation; direct methods; grammar-translation method; lexical approach; foreign language
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Abstract
The paper deals with the phenomenon of translation in modern methods of teaching foreign languages. The work defines pedagogical translation and its position in the context of modern methodological approaches. The research is based on a qualitative analysis of teachers' beliefs and subjective teacher's theories (STT). The findings are then used to generate a research paradigm to analyse the importance and position of translation in a modern classroom by the means of quantitative research. The quantitative research is focused on two groups: students, future teachers and expert teachers. The data gained is compared and analysed using the chi square and bivariate methods, and the results clearly demonstrate that translation, if used wisely in the classroom, might serve as a useful tool for teachers of English.
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