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Language Assessment Literacy: Implications for Language Teachers

Language Assessment Literacy: Implications for Language Teachers

... of language assessment ...to language assessment in the classroom: planning, implementation, monitoring, and recording and ...stage, language teachers select the purposes and tools to assess ...

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Becoming Language Teachers: Exploring Student-teachers’ Identities Construction through Narratives

Becoming Language Teachers: Exploring Student-teachers’ Identities Construction through Narratives

... as language learners and future ...a language teacher goes beyond the subject ...as language teachers who care about their pupils’ learning process and human ...

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Enhancing the quality of clil: making the best of the collaboration between language teachers and content teachers

Enhancing the quality of clil: making the best of the collaboration between language teachers and content teachers

... foreign language teacher and the content teacher, traditionally the most frequently adopted kind of collaboration, generates positive results as it contributes to encouraging the utilisation of linguistic skills ...

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MALL Based MOOCs for Language Teachers: Challenges and Opportunities

MALL Based MOOCs for Language Teachers: Challenges and Opportunities

... on language itself as new linguistic practices evolve under the influence of ubiquitous and pervasive mobiles, mobility and ...and language MOOCs would provide long-term benefits for language ...

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The Intercultural Training of Foreign Language Teachers. The Spanish Case

The Intercultural Training of Foreign Language Teachers. The Spanish Case

... the language teachers themselves, a task that should be backed up by clear and committed ...that teachers are in the “first line of fire” in the field of education, and are always the first to ...

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English Language Teachers versus the problem to write a scientific paper

English Language Teachers versus the problem to write a scientific paper

... government on the need for university teachers to write papers, it has been observed that they but more specifically English language teachers have left behind. It´s worth mentioning that in academic ...

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Exploring English Language Teaching in an Ecuadorian Urban Secondary Institution

Exploring English Language Teaching in an Ecuadorian Urban Secondary Institution

... English language teachers’ pedagogy in ...where teachers need to be prepared to teach in multilingual settings, such as ...practicing teachers seems to suggest the curriculum used to prepare ...

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Teaching english through spanish: a secondary school EFL teachers`s language choices in the foreign language classroom

Teaching english through spanish: a secondary school EFL teachers`s language choices in the foreign language classroom

... second language acquisition (SLA) have long reinforced the importance of the role of the second language (L2 ) in language ...that language is acquired only when learners understand input ...

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Interfaz entre aptitudes y niveles de logro del lenguaje de los profesores de idiomas practicantes

Interfaz entre aptitudes y niveles de logro del lenguaje de los profesores de idiomas practicantes

... between language aptitude and ...first language was other than English were selected for this ...pre-service language teacherslanguage aptitude scores and their semester ...

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La lengua como articulador del ecosistema AICLE: el caso español

La lengua como articulador del ecosistema AICLE: el caso español

... this language visibility be done in practice? To start with, language objectives in a lesson or didactic unit must be made visible and explicit by teachers as referring to both the language ...

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Teachers and Students’ perceptions of teaching and learning English as a second language in small classes

Teachers and Students’ perceptions of teaching and learning English as a second language in small classes

... English language teachers must provide students with extended wait-time to respond to questions and after errors are ...result, teachers receive direct feedback on their instruction and reduce their ...

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CULTURE IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING: A REVIEW

CULTURE IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING: A REVIEW

... a language is related, in some sense, closer to the desire to understand a different culture and be part if it can be in some sense closer to the process of understanding a new culture (Byram & Feng, ...the ...

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Unlicensed EFL Teachers Co-constructing Knowledge and Transforming Curriculum Through Collaborative-Reflective Inquiry

Unlicensed EFL Teachers Co-constructing Knowledge and Transforming Curriculum Through Collaborative-Reflective Inquiry

... Data collected were coded using Atlas.ti software. The coding was open and axial. “Open coding is the part of the analysis concerned with identifying, naming, categorizing, and describing phenomena found in the text” ...

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Language Errors in an English Medium Instruction University Setting: How do Language versus Content Teachers Tackle them?

Language Errors in an English Medium Instruction University Setting: How do Language versus Content Teachers Tackle them?

... for language teachers to select the most communicatively disturbing errors and, after reaching a consensus with both content lecturers and students, to establish a clear-cut corrective feedback classroom ...

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Exploring Pre service and In service teachers’ perceptions about Early Foreign Language Learning and Dyslexia

Exploring Pre service and In service teachers’ perceptions about Early Foreign Language Learning and Dyslexia

... foreign language teachers apply a communicative approach that emphasizes communication, the functionality of com- munication, ...pre-service teachers are not receiving adequate instruction, and ...

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The challenge young teachers in the first year of language teaching

The challenge young teachers in the first year of language teaching

... core language of business communication. However, student teachers that study English as a profession should learn English for communication to prepare their learners for the world of ...English ...

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Teachers’ perspectives on flipping the language class: More than creating materials

Teachers’ perspectives on flipping the language class: More than creating materials

... personal and professional development of practicing teachers. Borg (2001) explains that a great deal of insight into the pedagogical and personal processes of teachers can be reached through reflective ...

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Factors that influence the English language teaching-learning process in Ecuadorian private high schools

Factors that influence the English language teaching-learning process in Ecuadorian private high schools

... As opposed to one of the oldest approaches is The Grammar Translation Method (GTM). Referring to this the authors Brown (1994) and Richards & Rogers (2001) stated the principal characteristics of the GTM, among which ...

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What speaking activities can I implement to encourage students willingness to communicate in front of others in the 9th Grade?

What speaking activities can I implement to encourage students willingness to communicate in front of others in the 9th Grade?

... en una semana, tres semanas. Entonces te vas quedando atrasado con lo otro… la cantidad de alumnos perjudica. Al menos realmente yo creo que el aprendizaje del idioma, sí. Porque no alcanzas a ver a todos los niños. No ...

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Exploring EFL teachers' activity and identity construction through the path of private institutional policies

Exploring EFL teachers' activity and identity construction through the path of private institutional policies

... what teachers do in their classrooms and the way they feel about following different procedures so those critical moments of identity construction become ...when teachers do not have freedom to do what they ...

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