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    Title: Following the Heart or the Crowd: Epistemological Beliefs and Actual Practices of In-service Language Teachers in Taiwan
    Authors: 孫于智
    Sun, Yu-Chih
    Keywords: epistemological beliefs;teacher development;foreign language teaching
    Date: 2017-04
    Issue Date: 2018-05-08 14:21:50 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The study aims to explore in-service teachers' epistemological beliefs about the following five critical paradigms in second language education and their corresponding practice s: (1) inductive/deductive grammar instruction, (2) intensive/extensive reading, (3) looking up unknown words in the dictionary/guessing from context, (4) focusing on accuracy/proficiency, and (5) task-based/test-based learning. The findings reveal that even though in-service teachers possess certain epistemological beliefs that shape the nature of their pedagogical practice, there is an ongoing negotiation between the dominant (e.g., students' test performance) and less-dominant factors involved in their decision making. The teaching practice is both an individual and socially constructed behavior.
    Relation: Taiwan Journal of TESOL, 14(1), 119-144
    Data Type: article
    Appears in Collections:[臺灣英語教學期刊 THCI] 期刊論文

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