Exploring gender differences in the EFL classroom

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Norma Constanza Durán;
(2011)
  • Publisher: Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas
  • Journal: Colombian Applied Linguistics Journal (issn: 0123-4641, eissn: 2248-7085)
  • Subject: Gender | Philology. Linguistics | P1-1091 | teacher and students interaction | autoestima y enseñanza del Inglés como lengua extra | self esteem and ELT English language teaching | Gender, teacher and students interaction, gender and discourse, inequity, self esteem and ELT English language teaching. | género y discurso | inequity | Género | interacción de estudiantes y docente | gender and discourse | inequidad

This article aims to describe a case study which explores teacher and students' conceptions about gender in an EFL setting and the way they are manifested in their discourse patterns. This exploratory case study was carried out with a group of eleventh grade students an... View more
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