Migration Studies Project Session
Jan 25, 2017
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
|Where||7A Sparks Building|
|Contact Name||Nicolas Doyle|
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The Migration Studies Project will hold its first session of the Spring semester with two presentations:
Seyma Toker: "An NNEST's trajectory of professional L2 teacher identity construction in the becoming of a teacher-researcher"
The data for this narrative inquiry primarily come from interviews conducted over two semesters and focus on the professional teacher identity (re)-construction of an English language teacher over her four and a half year teaching career both as an EFL teacher in Turkey and as a teaching assistant in graduate schools in the United States.
Miso Kim: "Investigating ideologies of standardized English tests used in South Korean job markets"
The data, collected through semi-structured interviews, report how South Korean job seekers perceive standardized English tests in the job market and how they prepare for the tests to win over their competitors in the market.
Please join the group!