Cross-border pre-service teachers in Hong Kong: 'To be or not to be integrated, that is the problem'
- Cross-border pre-service teachers in Hong Kong: 'To be or not to be integrated, that is the problem'
- Journal of Education for Teaching, 37(2), 139-154, 2011
- Hong Kong
- 1997.7 onwards
- This study uses discourse theory to explore the teaching identities of a group of mainland Chinese pre-service teachers of English in a teacher education institute in Hong Kong. Exploring how the teaching identities are discursively constructed, the study reaches two conclusions. First, that the pre-service teachers negotiate their own positions within multiple positionings from peers, students on the teaching practicum and the broader enterprise of professional language teaching in Hong Kong
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