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How Perceptions and Attitudes Towards Native and Non-Native English Speaking Teachers influences Pedagogy

@inproceedings{Abriel2015HowPA,
  title={How Perceptions and Attitudes Towards Native and Non-Native English Speaking Teachers influences Pedagogy},
  author={Ryan Abriel},
  year={2015}
}
This study focuses on four English language teachers (ELTs) and how perceptions of their statuses as native English-speaking teachers (NESTs) or non-native Englishspeaking teachers (NNESTs) influence their pedagogies. Through the analysis of four interviews, this qualitative study explores how these English-speaking teachers not only perceive themselves, but also how they think their students perceive them as either native, or non-native English speaking teachers. A cross-case analysis where… Expand
Preservice ELT Teachers’ Native Non-Native Language Teacher Perception
Abstract Objectives This study examines prospective ELT teachers’ perceptions of native and nonnative language teachers regarding the definition of NEST and NNEST, overall learning with NETSs andExpand

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