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    Title: 以定位理論探討一位補習班英語老師的敘事
    Positioning and Being Positioned-A Narrative Inquiry on a Buxiban English Teacher in Taiwan
    Authors: 廖惠萱
    Liao, Huei-Hsuan
    Contributors: 招靜琪
    Chao, Chin-chi
    Liao, Huei-Hsuan
    Keywords: 英語老師
    English teacher
    Cram school
    English education
    Date: 2020
    Issue Date: 2020-08-03 18:34:06 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 在臺灣教育體制下存在著兩種英語老師:一種是學校英語老師而另一種是補習班老師。大部分的學術研究探究學校老師的身分認知與建構,而很少人深入補習班老師。本質性研究以一位臺灣教育體制下的補習班老師如何定位自己和如何看待他人定位為題,探討台灣英語教育體制下,一位補習班老師的身分認知與建構。
    In Taiwanese educational contexts, there are two groups of English teachers. One is school English teachers and the other one is buxiban English teachers. Most of the studies investigated identity construction of school teachers, overlooking how buxiban teachers construct their own teacher identity. This study addresses the research gap by conducting a qualitative study to explore how a buxiban teacher constructs his own teacher identity in the Taiwanese educational context. By answering the research question, how a buxiban teacher positions himself and how he positions others’ positioning in the overall Taiwanese educational context, the study attempts to understand how identity construction of the participant manifests itself in context.
    The participant in this study is a Taiwanese English buxiban teacher who has eight-year working experiences and has worked in different buxiban contexts. By using collaborative inquiry, the research findings expose a teacher’s identity construction is highly related to his own learning experience because the learning experience may impact on his teaching belief.
    Through the findings, this study argues that the buxiban teacher is able to construct his own professional identity by positioning school teachers and find out his unique worth and value by denial of public positioning.
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    Description: 碩士
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0106951020
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/NCCU202000868
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