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Department of English, NTNU
|Abstract:||Kumaravadivelu (1994) introduces the term 'postmethod condition' in which TESOL teachers are expected to devise their own classroom techniques under the instruction of some theoretical principles, the 'macrostrategies', in-stead of just following the procedures of some pre-set method. My article attempts to find justification for this new proposal drawing from the resources of present TESOL practices and theories. Also, the implication of the postmethod condition for the English teaching reform movement in Taiwan is discussed.|
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