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Tarpey, Paul (2016)
Publisher: Taylor and Francis
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: 370
This article explores how circumstances in different conjunctures influence the types of narrative, working practice and ‘Professional Memory’(PM) that English teachers construct. It is argued that the circumstances in which teachers begin their careers help to formulate attitudes, values and missions that remain potent over long periods. Examining these phenomena from a collectivist perspective makes it possible to uncover the valued ways of working and conceptions of ‘English’ that different generations hold through PM. These memories can provide much needed, alternative accounts of the subject that are both informative and instructive. Here, I concentrate on the PM of one generation of English teachers who began in a distinctive conjuncture – 1965-1975.
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