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|Title:||Towards a globalized notion of English language teaching in Saudi Arabia: a case study|
|Citation:||The Asian EFL Journal Quarterly, 2012; 14(2):99-124|
|Publisher:||Time Taylor International|
|Department:||Faculty of the Professions|
|Tariq Elyas and Michelle Picard|
|Abstract:||This paper uses one case study at a Saudi Arabian university to illustrate the effects of competing Discourses on the identities of English language teachers in this context. Through an unpacking of their language teaching narratives, the notion of 'global' English language teaching emerges as a way of potentially resolving the conflicting identities/ Discourses.|
|Keywords:||Identity; English Language Teachers; Saudi Arabia|
|Rights:||©Asian EFL Journal Press 2012|
|Appears in Collections:||Education publications|
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