Towards a re-definition of the role of the teacher of English as a Second Language to adults
In the current climate of English as a Second Language (ESL) teaching in Australia, there is an increasing stress on the greater direct participation of teachers in curriculum and materials development, including assessment and evaluation. The paper considers Stenhouse’s notion of Teacher as Researcher and its application in the ESL context. It raises questions for the ongoing re-examination of the role of the ESL teacher.
Published online: 01 January 1988
Bullock, A. and Stallybrass
Hirst, P. H.
Rivers, W. M.