Speaking the Same Language ? Gender-Based Teacher Performance in the EFL Class

  title={Speaking the Same Language ? Gender-Based Teacher Performance in the EFL Class},
  author={Daniel Madrid and Stephen P. Hughes},
The concept of the modern-day teacher and the development of ideas such as ‘teacher professionalism’ have historically been gendered, often reflecting male paradigms and political theories. At the same time, there is a large body of research which shows that gender is a relevant variable which must be taken into account when explaining the functioning of classes and teacher-student interaction. This study aims to investigate the influence of teacher gender on students of English as a foreign… CONTINUE READING

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