Review of Harwood, Nigel (2014). English Language Teaching Textbooks: Content, Consumption, Production. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
AbstractIn Chapter 1 Nigel Harwood stresses the need for “more theoretical and methodological rigour” (2) in textbook research and recommends that ELT textbook researchers should learn from the “more developed, rigorous and sophisticated” (2) research which has been conducted in mainstream education. He then surveys the published research in ELT and other fields on textbook content, textbook consumption and textbook production. (...)
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