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Filipi, Anna – TESOL in Context, 2018
This paper reports on a small scale study of category building in the context of English language learning. The data for the current study is derived from the interviews with two students, one from China and the other from Mongolia, in two schools in Melbourne. The study uses Membership Categorization Analysis to give an account of identity by…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, Secondary School Students, English (Second Language), Foreign Countries
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Williams, Alan – TESOL in Context, 2018
Discussion of ethical considerations in Australian TESOL began 25 years ago, with arguments about the need for TESOL professionals to be aware of the potentially harmful consequences of their work, the loss of first language proficiency, and even the loss of languages themselves (Williams, 1992, 1995). The intervening quarter of a century has seen…
Descriptors: Ethics, English (Second Language), Foreign Countries, Professional Associations
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Hattingh, Sherene; Kettle, Margaret; Brownlee, Joanne – TESOL in Context, 2017
The increase of internationalisation in Australian schools marks this as a significant teaching and learning experience for many teachers, specifically those in the secondary school. This case study of a secondary school investigated the concerns of teachers impacted by the implementation of an internationalisation policy. The study examined the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Attitudes, Instruction, Curriculum
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Lin, Isadora Jung-Hsiu – TESOL in Context, 2015
This paper discusses how international students negotiated their chances for making contact with other students in higher education and how such effort affected their educational experiences in Australia. In the past few decades, international students have formed part of the increasingly diverse multicultural student population in Australian…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Foreign Students, Student Experience, Undergraduate Students
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Xuan, Pham Thi Thanh – TESOL in Context, 2014
Few studies have focused on the identity formation of non-native English speaking teachers (NNESTs) as legitimate speakers and teachers of English. Drawing on Norton's (2000) poststructuralist theory of identity as a process of struggling and changing, this study examined whether and how Asian international students studying for a Masters in…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction
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Storch, Neomy – TESOL in Context, 2012
An important aspect of advanced academic writing is the ability to incorporate source material. Yet this ability often poses considerable challenges for international ESL students. Although a number of scholars have called for the explicit teaching of how to acknowledge and incorporate source materials, research evidence on whether explicit…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Second Language Instruction, Academic Discourse, Writing (Composition)
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Tangen, Donna; Mercer, Louise – TESOL in Context, 2012
This paper describes part of an action research study that was designed to explore the outcomes of an ongoing program in which the participants, a group of domestic and international pre-service teachers and lecturers, worked together in reflective writing workshops. While the primary long-term goal of the program was to develop the intercultural…
Descriptors: Action Research, Writing Processes, Writing Workshops, Foreign Countries
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Tour, Ekaterina – TESOL in Context, 2010
In Australia, information and communication technologies (ICT) are a significant element of a multicultural and multilingual society. However, some people (in particular, international students, immigrants, refugees) may experience many challenges because they use technology in English as their second language (ESL) and in a new sociocultural…
Descriptors: Sociocultural Patterns, Multilingualism, Foreign Countries, Criticism