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NS/NNS models in teaching speaking
(John Wiley and Sons, 2019-01-15)
Having distinctive individual qualities based on their background, pedagogy, and linguistic abilities, both native English‐speaking teachers (NESTs) and non‐native English‐speaking teachers (NNESTs) play crucial roles in ...
How to create opportunities for learner-to-learner interaction in online classes
This resource aims to provide some tips to create opportunities for learner-to-learner interaction and constructive collaboration.
Factors affecting students’ English proficiency in a Turkish EMI University: a phenomenological study
(World Council for Curriculum and Instruction (WCCI), 2018)
This paper reports on an investigation of Turkish English-medium university students’ perceptions of the change in their language ability and the factors affecting this change. Results revealed that 1) when students are ...
The impact of using wordlists in the language classroom on students’ vocabulary acquisition
(European Centre for Research Training and Development UK, 2016-03)
Vocabulary has always been an area of interest for many researchers since words represent “the building block upon which knowledge of the second language can be built” and without them people cannot convey the intended ...
The use of speaking techniques by native and non-native English instructors: a case in Turkey
Although the primary goal of English language instruction is to assist students in acquiring communicative competence in l, developing this ability might be very challenging for teachers since not all language learners of ...
Investigating the impacts of a mentoring model on experienced efl teachers at tertiary level
(IGI Global, 2018-04)
In teacher education programs, mentoring is generally regarded as a major component of the practicum of preservice teachers; mentors guide the development of preservice teachers and evaluate their readiness to teach ...
Investigating the perceptions of students on the use of L1 in departmental courses in a Turkish EMI university
(Gazi Yabancı Diller Derneği, 2020-06-30)
This paper reports on an investigation of Turkish English-medium university students’ perceptions of the use of L1 in departmental courses in a Turkish foundation university, where the medium of instruction is English. ...
The impact of English medium instruction (EMI) on students' language abilities
(World Council for Curriculum and Instruction (WCCI), 2017-11)
This paper reports on an investigation of Turkish English-medium university students’ perceptions of the change in their language ability and difference between students’ level of English proficiency when they start their ...
Extending borders: A blended learning project to promote language learning
Our presentation highlights how blended learning can aid the achievement of objectives in relation to student engagement in language learning, and models the application of the method as a curriculum initiative in a ...
Establishing teacher presence in online teaching
(TESOL International Association, 2021-03-08)
This resource aims to provide some hints for teachers to have a stronger teacher visibility and presence in online education.
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