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Title: Exploring the relation between Teachers’ Beliefs and Classroom Practices: A Case Study
Authors: Flórez Sequeda, Daniela Paola
García Valencia, Ginna Andrea
Verbel Rodríguez, Arinda María
Arrieta Carrascal, Adolfo
Issue Date: 2-Oct-2019
Publisher: Universidad de Sucre
Citation: Flórez Sequeda, D.P. García Valencia, G.A. y Verbel Rodríguez, A.M.(2017), Exploring the relation between Teachers’ Beliefs and Classroom Practices: A Case Study, Universidad de Sucre, Colombia.
Abstract: This study aims at exploring the relation between teachers’ beliefs and their practices in an EFL and FLE classroom at a state university in Colombia. It was carried out through a qualitative design using four different instruments for collecting data: a semi structured interview, a drawing, observations and a structured interview. The exploration of the data demonstrated that there are certain aspects of the teaching process of two foreign languages highly related to the beliefs teachers hold and the conclusions showed that those relations have different degrees depending on the aspects of the teaching process and the teachers’ perception of how a language should be taught.
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