Novice Language Teachers - Insights and Perspectives for the First Year - Thomas S.C. Farrell

Novice Language Teachers - Insights and Perspectives for the First Year - Thomas S.C. Farrell

Trained for teaching high school, poached for teacher training: A case study of a Cambodian English teacher's first year of teaching in Cambodia

Novice Language Teachers - Insights and Perspectives for the First Year - Thomas S.C. Farrell

Stephen Moore

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This chapter is concerned with reconciling formal teacher training and actual classroom practice. It uses a case study of the experience of a Cambodian English teacher's first year to explore the diverse issues that this teacher needed to deal and for which she had not been specifically training, including gender relations in the classroom, the management of unruly students and other topics.

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Moore, Stephen. Trained for teaching high school, poached for teacher training: A case study of a Cambodian English teacher's first year of teaching in Cambodia. Novice Language Teachers - Insights and Perspectives for the First Year. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 29-42 Jan 2009. ISBN 9781845534035. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=28389. Date accessed: 21 Feb 2024 doi: 10.1558/equinox.28389. Jan 2009

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