from the South Wdikato to the South Island: a young English Teacher's journey so far

Kuysten, Rachel
October 2012
English in Aotearoa;Oct2012, Issue 78, p59
In this article, the author discusses about the life journey of a young English teacher of New Zealand. It mentions about the nature of the teachers who was more interested in fighting than reading course books. It also states that he was bored with the subjects of science and was very keen to study and teach English literature.


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