By Jake Allsop
A set of 20 super brief tales for intermediate scholars in English, masking a wide selection of style from comedy to event and set in nations corresponding to China, France, Israel and Britain. The textual content additionally encompasses a word list, language perform routines and dialogue questions.
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He maintains that what is least understood is “how different elements in teachers’ cognitive systems interact and which of these elements, for example, are core and which are peripheral” (p. 272). Teacher cognition has been described as a network, as a continuum, or as clusters of beliefs with some being core beliefs and others peripheral. Research has shown that teachers often seem to hold conflicting beliefs. This is not surprising, given that teacher cognition not only shapes but is also shaped by classroom practices and the contexts in which teachers work (Shavelson & Stern, 1981).
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