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Agency and student voice

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Item Summary

Title: Agency and student voice
Authors: Murphey, T.
Keywords: second language teaching
LC Subject Headings: student involvement
Issue Date: 01 Mar 2010
Series/Report no.: VD20
Abstract: >>>Check out the Tim Murphey Tips Playlist on YouTube (<<<
In this video, Dr. Murphey explains how listening to what students say works and doesn't work in their own second-language education can be of great value not only to educators, but also to students themselves. Featured is an engaging YouTube video of Japanese learners of English delivering a “wish-list” of more student involvement in an improved Japanese educational system.
Pages/Duration: 11 minutes
Appears in Collections:FLTR Teaching Theory & Practice

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