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by Diane Hawley Nagatomo

eBook Exploring Japanese University English Teachers' Professional Identity (NEW PERSPECTIVES ON LANGUAGE AND EDUCATION) download ISBN: 1847696465
Author: Diane Hawley Nagatomo
Publisher: Multilingual Matters (January 30, 2012)
Language: English
Pages: 232
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English teachers define their own identities, and how these self-definitions stand in light of a view that lumps people into binary oppositions (native and nonnative, Japanese and non- Japanese, et.

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Start by marking Exploring Japanese University English Teachers Professional Identity as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. by. Diane Nagatomo (Goodreads Author). Diane Nagatomo has been living and teaching in Japan since 1979. She is a professor at a Japanese university and holds a PhD in linguistics. She has authored and coauthored a number of EFL books and one Japanese-English phrase book. Her new book, "Identity, Gender and Teaching English in Japan" was published in April, 2016. Books by Diane Nagatomo.

Diane Hawley Nagatomo is Associate Professor at Ochanomizu University, Japan. Her previous publications include Exploring Japanese University English Teachers’ Professional Identity (Multilingual Matters, 2012). Roslyn Appleby, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

Diane Hawley Nagatomo has been living and teaching in Japan for more than 30 years.

Diane Hawley Nagatomo has been living and teaching in Japan for more than 30 years.

Publisher: Multilingual Matters. This book contributes to the growing field of EFL teacher identity, which is now recognized to influence numerous aspects of classroom teaching and of student learning. Diane Hawley Nagatomo has been living and teaching in Japan for more than 30 years.

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In this episode we present an interview conducted with Diane Hawley Nagatomo. Diane is an associate professor at the Ochanomizu University, and the author of "Exploring Japanese University English Teachers' Professional Identity"

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This book contributes to the growing field of EFL teacher identity, which is now recognized to influence numerous aspects of classroom teaching and of student learning. It focuses on an under-researched, and yet highly influential group of teachers that shape English language education in Japan: Japanese university English teachers. In three interrelated narrative studies, it examines how four relatively new teachers develop professional identity as they become members of the community of practice of university English teachers; how gender impacts the professional identity of seven female professors ranging in age from their early 30s to their 60s; and how one teacher's teaching practices and beliefs reflect her personal and professional identity.