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Titre: Researching English as a Medium of Instruction in University Lecturers' Teaching Methodology: A Proposal for In-Service Training
Autre(s) titre(s): Teacher Training for English-Medium Instruction in Higher Education
Auteur(s): Mendez García, Maria del Carmen
Luque Agulló, Gloria
Résumé: There has recently been an increase in English as a medium of instruction (EMI) in higher education (HE). The growth of EMI has led to a proliferation of descriptive research on teachers' linguistic competence, learners' and teachers' perceptions of and attitudes toward EMI, the methodology implemented in English as a medium of instruction, and the support and training provided to EMI teaching staff. However, to date, this rise in EMI has not been accompanied by a plethora of research on pedagogical and linguistic considerations. This chapter sheds light on some of these factors, with a focus on lecturers' teaching methodology. Focus group interviews and case study analyses were conducted involving EMI lecturers from a university in southern Spain. The data obtained in this study have been used to establish a pedagogical proposal for in-service EMI teacher training.
Mots-clés: EMI
Focus group interviews
Scaffolding
University Teaching
Date de publication: fév-2020
Editeur: IGI Global
ISBN: 9781799823186
Référence bibliographique: Méndez-García, M.C., & Luque-Agulló, G. (2020). Researching English as a Medium of Instruction in University Lecturers' Teaching Methodology: A Proposal for In-Service Training. In Teacher Training for English-Medium Instruction in Higher Education (pp. 205-231). IGI Global.
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