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They proposed a tripartite framework that they claimed would ultimately redefine L2 teacher educators as professionals. ” Third, “the knowledge base of language teacher education needs to account for the teacher as a learner of teaching, the social context of schools and schooling within which teacher-learning and teaching occur, and the activities of both language teaching, and language learning” (1998, p. 397). Richards (1998) also defined the scope of L2 teacher education by posing a number of questions that the field should address pertaining to the following: 1.
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