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Professional guidelines for Christian English teachers : how to be a teacher with convictions while respecting those of your students / Kitty Barnhouse Purgason. [print]

By: Purgason, Kitty Barnhouse [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Pasadena, CA : William Carey Library, (c)2016. Description: 1 online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780878086542; 0878086544; 1645080579; 9781645080572Subject(s): English language -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers | English teachers -- Training of | Theology -- Study and teaching | English language -- Religious aspects | Language in missionary workGenre/Form: Electronic books. LOC classification: PE1128.A2PE1128.A2.P985.P764 2016Online resources: EBSCOhost 2
Contents:
Biblical foundation ; Goals and models: what we teach and how we teach it at the program level ; This is who I am: being transparent about our identity as teachers ; Going deep: questions about what's important ; Who are you and what matters to you: getting students to communicate about themselves ; How we relate to each other: cultivating resect ; Good teaching: balance and excellence ; Good teaching: critical thinking ; Power dynamics ; Outside the classroom ; Spiritual reality: nurturing our spiritual lives and praying for students ; More teaching ideas.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Biblical foundation ; Goals and models: what we teach and how we teach it at the program level ; This is who I am: being transparent about our identity as teachers ; Going deep: questions about what's important ; Who are you and what matters to you: getting students to communicate about themselves ; How we relate to each other: cultivating resect ; Good teaching: balance and excellence ; Good teaching: critical thinking ; Power dynamics ; Outside the classroom ; Spiritual reality: nurturing our spiritual lives and praying for students ; More teaching ideas.

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