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Title English language teacher development through councelling
Authors Medvid, Olena Mykolaivna
Khodtseva, A.
Keywords навчання вчителів
обучение учителей
teaching
мовосприйняття
восприятие языка
acquisition
рівень поведінки
поведенческий уровень
behavioural level
Type Article
Date of Issue 2012
URI http://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/38575
Publisher Publishing House “Education and Science”
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Citation Medvid, O. English Language Teacher Development Through Councelling [Text] / O. Vedvid, A. Khodtseva // Materialy VIII Meznarodni Vedecko-Prakticka Konference “Veda a Technologie: Krok Do Budouchnosti – 2012”. – Praha: Publishing House “Education and Science” s.r.o., 2012. – P. 70-74.
Abstract The term ‘counselling’ is much used in English language teaching today and has come to be used as a blanket label covering a wide range of activities inside the classroom and out. The fact that it is used in such a general way leaves it open to the dangers of abuse, misconception, and the dilution of its true meaning, from a highly-developed skill that requires a great deal of training into any kind of advice-giving that might be needed.
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