The Role of Native-speaker Status and Cultural Background: A Multidimensional Case Study of Teacher-student Interaction in English Composition Classes

The Role of Native-speaker Status and Cultural Background: A Multidimensional Case Study of Teacher-student Interaction in English Composition Classes

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A questionnaire, distributed to 43 (23 NS and 20 NNS) students in composition classes taught by NS and NNS teachers, explored student attitudes towards teachers. Teacher-student interaction patterns were investigated via 12 (3 NS and 9 NNS) students' video-recorded writing conferences, two each, one with the NS and the other with the NNS teacher. Student attitude change was investigated via post-conference interviews.I can predict what the NEST would pick as weakness about my paper. I know a certain part of my essay is weak but I dona#39;t know how to make it better. Ia#39;d rather see what the NNEST thinks. (Christopher) a€c The NNEST, because she grades it.


Title:The Role of Native-speaker Status and Cultural Background: A Multidimensional Case Study of Teacher-student Interaction in English Composition Classes
Author:Yumika Muramatsu
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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