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Title: Teachers' perceptions of English as a Foreign Language Teaching in the PRC. [abstract].
Authors: Najar, Robyn Lee
Keywords: research
Issue Date: 2006
Abstract: This presentation will report on work in progress in the PRC. This is an empirical study focussed on the impact of teacher training on learning outcomes in foreign language (FL) classrooms. Participants are 50 Chinese nationals who are elementary school (years Reception to 6) teachers of English. As the study progresses into the next phase of observations and interviews, more information will become available on the efficacy of interventions such as instruction in principles and methodologies for FL teacher development on the learning outcomes in their classrooms.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/1523
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