Comparing native and non-native teaching techniques in the nuclear power plant english classes

In my thesis I examine the language education system in Hungary's only one Nuclear Power Plant in Paks. This observation was made among adult learners who learn English from a native and a non-native teacher. It is an interesting task to decide if native or nonnative teachers and teaching techn...

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Main Author: Szabó Andrea
Other Authors: Orosz Andrea
Format: Thesis
Published: 2004
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Online Access:http://diploma.bibl.u-szeged.hu/75994
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