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A Publisher’s Guide to how Life Skills can be pedagogically integrated into English Language Learning Programmes

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A Publisher’s Guide to how Life Skills can be pedagogically integrated into English Language Learning Programmes. / Passey, Donald; Michel, M.

Lancaster : Lancaster University, 2017. 33 p.

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title = "A Publisher’s Guide to how Life Skills can be pedagogically integrated into English Language Learning Programmes",
abstract = "‘Life skills’ is certainly a well-used term, but it is also a concept that has largely emerged and been explored over the past 20 years or so. Its origins align with a raising of concerns, at educational, business and political levels, about the current and future roles of education, and how education might need to be reconceived within a ‘new era’ if learners might have a best chance of prospering in a future society.",
keywords = "lifelong learning, life skills, pedagogy, English language learning, integration of life skills",
author = "Donald Passey and M. Michel",
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