It must be interesting to investigate how English teachers’ identities are constructed in certain Islamic schools using post-structuralist perspective. The teachers in such these schools should negotiate a dilemma; teaching Islamic values in one hand, and integrating “alien” western cultures in another hand, in their teaching practices.
Native speaker is often supplemented by detailing nondevelopmental characteristics that they share. Stern (1983) claims that native speakers have (a) a subconscious knowledge of rules, (b) an intuitive grasp of meanings, (c) the ability to communicate within social settings, (d) a range of language skills, and (e) creativity of language use. The Encyclopedic Dictionary of Applied […]