Values, Philosophies, and Beliefs in TESOL: Making a Statement
Values, Philosophies, and Beliefs in TESOL lays a solid foundation upon which teachers can construct their philosophy of teaching, and it prepares them to make a well-informed statement of their beliefs – something that is increasingly called for in contexts such as employment interviews and contract renewals. It chronicles the many influences and developments that have helped shape the language teaching profession today. With its interdisciplinary perspective, this extraordinary book lays a foundation on which teachers can construct their own philosophy of teaching.
- Provides interdisciplinary perspectives on the development of the language teaching profession.
- Chapters trace the origins and evolution of language teaching.
- The book situates second language teaching in a historical context.
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