Quality English Teaching for a Knowledge Producing Society: Inspiring Robust Hope, Creativity and Passion

Michael Singh, Jinghe Han

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Abstract

Many students, parents and teachers are troubled by the emergence of the knowledge economy. There are also politicians who are concerrned that the ideological project of neo-liberal globalism poses challenges for the maintenance of democracy within nation-states, let alone its deepening and extension into trans-national spheres of governance.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationOnly Connect
Subtitle of host publicationEnglish teaching, schooling and community
Place of PublicationKent Town, South Australia
PublisherWakefield Press
Pages42-68
Number of pages27
Edition5
ISBN (Print)1862546983
Publication statusPublished - 2006

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    Singh, M., & Han, J. (2006). Quality English Teaching for a Knowledge Producing Society: Inspiring Robust Hope, Creativity and Passion. In Only Connect: English teaching, schooling and community (5 ed., pp. 42-68). Wakefield Press.