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Professional Identity Transformation: A Case Study Of Esl Pre-service Teachers
The study aims to examine what Professional identity (PI) transformations ESL pre-service teachers (PSTs) experience during their simulated teaching and teaching practicum. Eight female Malaysian ESL PSTs were interviewed and observed in this case study. The findings show that PI is dynamic and changing. Four different types of PI (Low PI, High PI, PI crisis and PI awareness) emerged while PSTs were doing their teaching practice. PSTs start their simulated teaching at university with low PI that is transformed into high PI through practice.
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