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TTowards a More Effective Initial English Language Teacher Education Programme presents a case for change and proposes innovation in initial English language teacher education (IELTE) programmes of the developing world.
It urges through analysis of a programme curriculum that the major problem in most initial teacher education programmes of the developing world which results to in-effectiveness of the programmes as demonstrated by prospective teacher trainees' low proficiency and low teaching competence on graduation is a result of weak programme content and the actual training process: the content lacks some basic courses necessary for effective language teaching, and the training approach does not enhance deep learning and transfer of training-room learning into the real classroom teaching.
It then presents the proposed revised programme (content and methodology) as a way forward to an effective initial teacher education programme and discusses the rationale for the changes.
It lastly raises and discusses innovation issues and implementation strategies for implementing the proposed innovation.
Michael Baffoka is a professional English Language teacher and language teacher educato.r He heads the English Language Teacher Education Department at University of Juba.
Baffoka has MEd., Trainer Development (ELT), MEd., (TEFL) and BEd.
Arts (Hon) English Language
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