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“We have only to read a few pages of this book to sense the author’s respect for teachers and his desire to provide them with new ways of approaching their profession. He proposes that reflection clarified by writing will help language teachers be better at what they do and, in addition, feel better about it.

Farrell, a former teacher of English as a second language (ESL), is now a widely read author and a respected teacher educator and professor of applied linguistics. He grounds this study in his experience in the classroom as well as on research in his areas of professional expertise.”

From: 2014, The Modern Language Journal, 98, 1, 2014 480–481–See Full Review: The Modern Language Journal