This paper deals with the teaching of English as a foreign language in Zanjan, Iran. It details the author's perceptions of the lack of student responsibilty, initiative and creativity, and how she attempted to build a classroom atmosphere which was more conductive to genuine language learning. The additional problem of being a western woman in a Moslem culture is also described.
Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education | Teacher Education and Professional Development
Doyle, Kathleen B., "Teaching English in Zanjan, Iran; A Western Woman's Experience" (1977). MA TESOL Collection. 232.