ELT in Cultural Contexts: Tradition and Challenges Reassessed

Anna Chesnokova

Abstract


In line with the tenets of evidence-based research, this article reports several experiments that cast light on benefits and shortcomings of ELT strategies as well as their outcomes. The case study of such programs in Ukraine may serve both a model and a warning light for educators in other countries who seek to meet challenges of teaching English in the rapidly changing environment.


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