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Aspects of Language Teaching by Mixed (native/non-native) Teaching Teams
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Pages 10 (2510 words)
Literature Review on Aspects of Language Teaching by Mixed (Native/Non-Native) Teaching Teams. Literature Review on Aspects of Language Teaching by Mixed (Native/Non-Native) Teaching Teams. Introduction Co-teaching involves two or more professionals who deliver substantive Instruction to a diverse group of students in a single classroom.
Many researchers have tried to answer the question whether it is the NETs or the LETs who are best suited in EFL teaching. However, recent researches and experiments have clearly demonstrated that language teaching by mixed (Native/Non-Native) teaching teams has been highly effective. Team teaching by native and non-native teaching teams have successfully been implemented in such nations as Japan, Thailand, and China. It has also been identified that team teaching by mixed teams enhances the students’ cross-cultural understanding and listening, fosters a genuine need for students to communicate through the target language and that it enhances the professional development of teachers and promotes innovative teaching. The following literature review seeks to explore the various aspects of collaborative language teaching by mixed teams that comprise of native and non-native English teachers. Collaborative EFL teaching: Roles of NETs and LETs Carless (2007) has made some remarkable studies on collaborative EFL teaching in primary schools in Hong Kong undertaken by foreign native-speaking English teachers and their local counterparts. ...
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