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On-line chats and related resources relevant to New Canadian (NC) and Non-native English speaking (NNES) teachers.

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Course Work and Related Materials

Online Journals

Books, Journal Articles, and Related Resources:

  • Amin, N. (1997). Race and the identity of the nonnative ESL teacher. TESOL Quarterly , 31(3), 580-583.
  • Beykont, Z.F. (Ed.) (2002). The Power of Culture: Teaching across Language Difference. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Publishing Group
  • Braine, G. (1996 ). In their own voices: NNS professionals in TESOL . Colloquium organized at the 30 th Annual TESOL Convention, Chicago , IL .
  • Braine, G. (1997). In their own voices: NNS professionals in TESOL . Sequel colloquium organized at the 31 st Annual TESOL Convention, Orlando , FL.
  • Davies, A. (1991). The native speaker in applied linguistics . Edinburgh , Scotland : Edinburgh University Press.
  • Esquivel, G. B. & Houtz, J.C. (Eds.) (2000). Creativity and Giftedness in Culturally Diverse Students. New Jersey: Hampton Press Inc
  • Hall, J.K.(2002). Teaching and Researching Language and Culture. Toronto: Pearson Education
  • Kachru, B.B., & Nelson, C.L. (1996). World Englishes. In S.L. McKay & N.H. Hornberger (Eds.), Sociolinguistics and language teaching (pp71-102). New York : Cambridge University Press.
  • Kamhi-Stein, L.D. (2000). Adapting US-based TESOL teacher education to meet the needs of non-native English speakers. TESOL Journal , 31(3), 632-639.
  • Liu, J. (1999). Nonnative-English-speaking professionals in TESOL. TESOL Quarterly, 33(1), 85-102.
  • Liu, J. (1998). The impact of NNS professionals on their ESL students . Colloquium organized at the 32 nd Annual TESOL Convention, Seattle , WA .
  • Mawhinney, H. & Xu, F. (1997). Reconstructing the professional identity of foreign-trained teachers in Ontario schools. TESOL Quarterly , 31(3), 632-639.
  • Phillipson, R. (1992). Linguistic Imperialism . Oxford : Oxford University Press.
  • Reves, T., & Medgyes, P. (1994). The nonnative English speaking EFL/ESL teacher's self- image: An international survey. System , 22(3), 353-367.
  • Samimy, K., & Brutt-Griffler, J. (1999). To be a native or non-native speaker: Perceptions of non-native students in a graduate TESOL program. In G. Braine (Ed.), Non-native educators in English language teaching (pp. 127-144). Mahwah , NJ : Erlbaum.
  • Tang, C. (1997). On the power and status of nonnative ESL teachers. TESOL Quarterly , 31(3), 577-580.

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