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English language teaching research in South Korea: A review of recent studies (2009–2014)

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  • Moodiea, Ian; Nam, Hyun-Jeong
  • Cambridge University Press


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Title English language teaching research in South Korea: A review of recent studies (2009–2014)
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Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Moodiea, Ian; Nam, Hyun-Jeong

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[Cambridge]:Cambridge University Press

Date 2016-01
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Language Teaching:Vol. 49(No. 1)
Pages 37
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Social Development < Education
Holding Cambridge University Press

Abstract

This article reviews recent studies on English language teaching (ELT) in South Korea, where a great deal of research has been produced in recent years in local journals. In this article we review 95 studies from a pool of some 1,200 published between 2009 and 2014 on English language teaching and learning, focusing on research within the public school context. Using themes from the national curriculum as an organizing principle, the review covers selected studies in the following areas: (1) second language teacher education, (2) communicative language teaching, (3) language use and interaction in classrooms, (4) co-teaching with native-speaking English teachers, (5) curriculum and materials analysis, (6) treatments of teaching methods, and (7) assessment, testing and washback. (The rest omitted)