Changes In Beliefs About Language Learning and Teaching by Foreign Language Teachers In an Applied Linguistics Course
Foreign Languages and Literature
Social Science and Global Studies
This article presents the results of a study on the language learning and teaching beliefs of graduate students enrolled in an applied linguistics course in a language teaching program. Ten participants completed a questionnaire at the start of the course and another at the end; their responses were analyzed both quantitatively and qualitatively. Following the course, changes were identified in the participants' beliefs about the difficulty of learning a second language and their goals for their future students.
(2015). Changes In Beliefs About Language Learning and Teaching by Foreign Language Teachers In an Applied Linguistics Course. Dimension, 136-163.
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