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Can exams change how and what teachers teach? Investigating the washback effect of a university english language proficiency test in the turkish context
(Hacettepe University, 2018)
This article reports a mixed-method study that examined the washback effect from a locally-produced, theme-based, high-stakes English language proficiency test in tertiary education in a Turkish EAP context. The aim was ...
Pueblos silenciosos/silent comunities: within the grain, against the grain
This assignment is an attempt to map in general sense the origins and development of the Chicano movement in The United States. The reason why a term like’’Chicano/-a’’ was coined and what it means politically, socially, ...
Turkish efl learners' perceptions of native english-speaking teachers and non-native english-speaking teachers in higher education
(Children's Research Center, 2016-09-27)
The question of what makes a good teacher of English has aroused researchers' interest for many years, and the existing studies comparing NESTs (native English-speaking teachers) and NNESTs (non-native English-speaking ...
Using wikis to promote collaborative EFL writing
(University Hawai, 2014-02)
This study focuses on the use of wikis in collaborative writing projects in foreign language learning classrooms. A total of 34 intermediate level university students learning English as a foreign language (EFL) were asked ...
Native English speaking teachers as cosmopolitans or citizens of the world: An anthropological study in Istanbul, Turkey
The study of cosmopolitans – citizens of the world— and cosmopolitanism, traceable to ancient Greece, has, after a long decline in interest, made a strong comeback in social sciences since the 1990s, particularly in sociology ...
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