Contextual factors, methodological principles and teacher cognition

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Walsh, Rupert; Wyatt, Mark;
(2014)
  • Publisher: Department of English Studies Faculty of Pedagogy and Fine Arts Adam Mickiewicz University
  • Journal: Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching,volume 4,pages693-718 (issn: 2083-5205, eissn: 2084-1965)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.14746/ssllt.2014.4.4.6
  • Subject: othering | /dk/atira/pure/core/subjects/lang_area | methodological principles | Communicative Language Teaching, teacher cognition, methodolog- ical principles, contextual factors, othering | Philology. Linguistics | contextual factors | P1-1091 | Communicative Language Teaching | teacher cognition | Languages and Area Studies

Teachers in various contexts worldwide are sometimes unfairly criticized for not putting teaching methods developed for the well-resourced classrooms of Western countries into practice. Factors such as the teachers’ “misconceptualizations” of “imported” methods, i... View more