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Okon Effiong, Foundation Program Department of English, Qatar University, Doha & Toni Hull, English Language Programs, Washington, DC, USA
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ENGLISH INSTRUCTION IN ABU DHABI
Julie Riddlebarger, Khalifa University of Science, Technology & Research, Abu Dhabi, UAE

English language education policies and practices in the UAE are subject to many, sometimes competing, pressures. This article provides a brief history and overview of current practices in K-12 English language teaching in the emirate of Abu Dhabi. Read More

ENGLISH LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION IN HONDURAS: A WALK DOWN MEMORY LANE AND WHERE WE STAND NOW
Grazzia María Mendoza, Zamorano University Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Honduras has gone through several changes with regards to English instruction. English has been an important language for communication and for educational growth. There is no doubt that we work hard each day to maintain and motivate the learning of English so our learners can expand personally, professionally and globally. Read More

SO WHEN DO ENGLISH LESSONS BEGIN IN ISRAEL?
Valerie S. Jakar & Frances Sokel

So... when does EFL instruction begin in schools in Israel?  This article provides an overview of the issue both from historical and current perspectives.  It has been and continues to be a topic of interest, concern, and, to some extent controversy, to politicians, professionals and parents. Read More

ENGLISH LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION IN PERU
Fausto A. Puppo, Instituto Cultural Peruano Norteamericano, Lima, Peru

When it comes to English language instruction in Peru, it is necessary to make a distinction between public and private schools, for they are like two parallel realities that coexist in a country where inequality is sometimes the norm, especially when it comes to access to education. Read More

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