Teaching English Overseas: An Introduction: A Guide for Native-speaker Teachers of English Preparing to Work Overseas.
Puts overseas teaching in its broader context: social, cultural, political, and economic. Explains how a country's educational and institutional structures and systems affect language teaching. Provides 'case studies' in each chapter based on a range of specific countries and teaching situations Suitable for both pre-service and in-service teachers Can be used as part of a teacher training course or for self-study
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Language teaching and the sociopolitical context
Language teaching and the economic context
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