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作者 Martinez Agudo, Juan de Dios
書名 Native and Non-Native Teachers in English Language Classrooms : Professional Challenges and Teacher Education
出版項 Boston : De Gruyter, Inc., 2017
©2017
國際標準書號 9781501504143 (electronic bk.)
9781501512117
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (362 pages)
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系列 Trends in Applied Linguistics [TAL] Ser. ; v.26
Trends in Applied Linguistics [TAL] Ser
附註 Intro -- Table of contents -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Part I. Overall issues and perspectives on (non) nativeness in second language teaching -- Chapter 1. Understanding language variation: Implications of the NNEST lens for TESOL teacher education programs -- Chapter 2. Beyond symbolic violence in ELT in France -- Chapter 3. Perspectives on L2 teacher's nearnativeness: Linguistic, psycholinguistic, contact linguistics and pedagogical approaches -- Chapter 4. Non-native teachers' code-switching in L2 classroom discourse -- Chapter 5. Native-Speakerism and the roles of mass media in ELT -- Part II. Non-native L2 teachers' emotions and perceptions and implications for teacher education -- Chapter 6. Non-native English-speaking teachers' anxieties and insecurities: Self-perceptions of their communicative limitations -- Chapter 7. Non-native English language teachers' perceptions of culture in English language classrooms in a post-EFL era -- Chapter 8. The potential for non-native teachers to effectively teach speaking in a Japanese EFL context -- Part III. L2 students' beliefs and expectations of native and non-native teachers -- Chapter 9. Students' perceptions and expectations of native and non-native speaking teachers -- Chapter 10. Students' beliefs about native vs. non-native pronunciation teachers -- Chapter 11. Native and non-native teachers' sensitivity to language learning difficulties from a learner's perspective: Implications and challenges for teacher education -- Part IV. Construction of professional identity: Professional challenges faced by both native and non-native speaker teachers -- Chapter 12. Teachers and the negotiation of identity: Implications and challenges for second language teacher education -- Chapter 13. Professional challenges faced by non-native CLIL teachers
Chapter 14. English language teaching in South African multicultural schools: Challenges faced by both native and non-native teachers -- Chapter 15. Collaboration between NESTs and NNESTs -- Critical Afterword -- Notes on contributors -- Subject index
The series Trends in Applied Linguistics meets the challenges of the rapidly growing field of applied linguistics. In a very broad sense, applied linguistics is understoodby focusing on the application of theoretical linguistics to current problems arising in different contexts of human society. Given the interdisciplinary character of applied linguistics, the series includes cognitive, psycholinguistic, sociolinguistic and educational perspectives. The following topicsare included in the series: Second language acquisition and the acquisition of additional languages Bilingual and multilingual education Language planning and language policy Literacy skills Second/foreign language pedagogy Translation and interpretation Language for specific purposes Discourse analysis Language testing and assessment Child language Language and gender Pragmatics and rhetorics Corpus analysis Critical pedagogies Research methodology in applied linguistics Language and technology
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鏈接 Print version: Martinez Agudo, Juan de Dios Native and Non-Native Teachers in English Language Classrooms : Professional Challenges and Teacher Education Boston : De Gruyter, Inc.,c2017 9781501512117
主題 Second language acquisition
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