English Teaching: Practice & Critique: Volume 14 Issue 1


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International perspectives on English teaching: English Teaching: Practice and Critique 2002-2014

Terry Locke

The purpose of this paper is to offer a personalised overview of the content of English Teaching: Practice and Critique for the years it was hosted at the Wilf Malcolm Institute…


The problem with Aaron: stereotypes in a postcolonial classroom

Anna Kurian

The purpose of this paper is to focus on a particular problem that arose in the course of teaching Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus to an MA English class in India. The insistence…


Children’s literature in the digital world: How does multimodality support affective, aesthetic and critical response to narrative?

Alyson Simpson, Maureen Walsh

This paper aims to interrogate the place of literature in the digital world and the way a narrative is represented in digital spaces. In the changing landscape of digital, mobile…


False hope: underprepared students’ pursuit of postsecondary degrees

Pamela Dunston, Julia Wilkins

– The purpose of this paper is to examine the need for postsecondary education and the gap between students’ academic preparedness and the demands of college-level work.

Educational policy borrowing in a globalized world: A case study of Common European Framework of Reference for languages in a Vietnamese University

Nguyen Van Huy, M. Obaidul Hamid

This paper aims to shed light on the process of adopting and accommodating a global language education framework, namely the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) for…

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