Language Planning and Policy.
Language Planning and Policy
Teacher beliefs and intentions regarding the instruction of English grammar under national curriculum reforms A Theory of Planned Behaviour PerspectivePaul R. Underwood Teaching and Teacher Education
Ghareeb B. Hussein
(Fullan, 2007 )
(1) What factors do Japanese teachers believe could influence their teaching of English grammar under new national curriculum reforms?
(2) Which of these beliefs might be influential in determining implementation of these reforms?
2. Effective teacher training:
3. The school’s social environment
4. Insufficient resources
1. Investigating teacher beliefs and motivations
2. The Theory of Planned Behavior
Theory of Planned Behavior was designed to explain and predict human behavior and to provide a framework for devising behavioral change interventions.
(3) control beliefs and perceptions of control
The TPB is applicable to this current study for three reasons:
First, the model’s behavioral, normative, and control beliefs correspond with the various personal, social, and context-related factors that have emerged in the review of the literature and appear to be influential in the Japanese context
1. What do you think are the advantages and disadvantages of teaching according to MEXT’s proposals from 2013?
2. Can you think of anyone who might support or not support your decision to teach according to MEXT’s proposals from 2013?
3. What skills and resources do you think you will need to teach according to MEXT’s proposals from 2013?
Underwood, P. (2012). Teacher beliefs regarding the integration of English grammar under new national curriculum reforms: a Theory of Planned Behaviour perspective. teaching and teacher education, 1-38.
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