Teaching English as an International Language: Identity, Resistance and Negotiation
Multilingual Matters, 2008 - 204 頁
Drawing on both Western and Asian theoretical frameworks, this book showcases the complexity and sophistication of the negotiations that EIL (English as an international language) teachers have to make when their identities are challenged by values and practices that seem contradictory to their own.
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