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EXPLORING 'TEACHER STRESS' IN NON-NATIVE AND NATIVE TEACHERS OF EFL

@inproceedings{Mousavi2007EXPLORINGS,
  title={EXPLORING 'TEACHER STRESS' IN NON-NATIVE AND NATIVE TEACHERS OF EFL},
  author={Elham sadat Mousavi},
  year={2007}
}
Background Teachers have always been the centre of attention in the classroom, yet ironically their concerns and needs have not always been addressed in the same way. Nowadays EFL/ESL teachers, along with teachers in other fields, have heavier responsibilities than before, and studies show that teaching is one of the most stressful jobs in comparison to other occupations (Adams 2001). Innovations in the field of education and language teaching have created a rather novel role for teachers… Expand

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