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Wolverhampton Intellectual Repository and E-Theses > School for Education Futures > Centre for Developmental and Applied Research in Education (CeDARE) > Learning and Teaching in Higher Education > The good, the bad and the ugly – secondary pupils’ views of good and bad practice in MFL teaching.

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Title: The good, the bad and the ugly – secondary pupils’ views of good and bad practice in MFL teaching.
Authors: Bartram, Brendan
Citation: Practical Research for Education, 37.
Publisher: nfer (National Foundation for Educational Research)
Journal: Practical Research for Education
Issue Date: 2007
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2436/47555
Additional Links: http://www.pre-online.co.uk/07_37_05.asp?ID=146
Abstract: What do our pupils really think of us as teachers? Brendan Bartram conducted some research with pupils in England, Germany and the Netherlands to find out what they thought of their modern foreign language teachers.
Type: Article
Language: en
Keywords: Secondary education
Teacher-pupil relationships
Language learning
Feedback
Effectiveness
Education
ISSN: 1751-214X
Appears in Collections: Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

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