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|Other Titles:||A Study on English Language Teachers' Core Competencies: The Case of Junior High School English Teachers|
Office of Teacher Education and Career Service
This study used two re earch procedures to investigate what core competencies Taiwan English language teachers should po sess. In the fir t procedure, a framework of the core competencies was proposed as a result of literature review and focus group interviews. In the second procedure, a questionnaire wa employed to examine junior high English teachers' perceptions and suggestions about the framework. Result of the two procedures showed that first, five categories and twenty-nine competencies were identified. The five categorie are English language competence, pedagogical competence, cla sroom management professional development, and professional attitude. Second, the teachers perceived the significance of the twenty-nine competencie of the five categories differently. Third, in addition to the competencies in the framework, the following competencies, suggested by the teachers, are also critical for Engli h language teachers: transform professional English competence into efficient clas room teaching, understand global cultures, teach and collaborate interdisciplinarily, create a upportive learning environment, conduct classroom re earch, and promote lifelong learning. Sugge tion are provided based on the re earch findings.
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