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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 ...
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 impacts of coaching and mentoring through induction on the experienced teachers
(IGI Global, 2021)
Since induction programs are generally implemented for beginning teachers, those designed in response to experienced teachers' pedagogical needs are rare, and their impacts on these teachers are not so widely researched. ...
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