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Barkhuizen, Gary – Modern Language Journal, 2017
This article explores the identities of tutors working in one-to-one instructional arrangements, which entail a tutor and an adult English learner working together to meet the particular language learning needs and goals of the learner. The tutors in this study are matched with their partners through an organization in New Zealand which aims to…
Descriptors: Tutors, Language Teachers, Tutoring, Teaching Experience
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Feryok, Anne; Oranje, Jo – Modern Language Journal, 2015
Intercultural language teaching and learning has increasingly been adopted in state school systems, yet studies have shown that language teachers struggle to include it in their practice. The aim of this study is to use dynamic systems theory to examine how a German as a foreign language teacher in a New Zealand secondary school adopted a project…
Descriptors: Second Language Instruction, German, Intercultural Programs, Secondary School Curriculum
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Basturkmen, Helen – Modern Language Journal, 2012
This article examines Languages for Specific Purposes (LSP) in New Zealand and Australia (Australasia) and Europe in recent years, focusing on the creation and implementation of curricula in these contexts. The examination draws on themes distinguished by Grosse and Voght (1991) in their discussion of the emergence of LSP foreign language programs…
Descriptors: Curriculum Implementation, Second Language Programs, Foreign Countries, Curriculum Development