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20201016T1530 20201016T1600 Asia/Ho_Chi_Minh THE MULTIDIMENSIONAL NATURE OF A GOOD EFL TEACHER-STUDENT RELATIONSHIP: PERSPECTIVES OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS AND LECTURERS

There is ample evidence in the literature to suggest a correlation between positive teacher-student relationships and students' enhanced socioemotional and academic outcomes. There is also a close linkage between healthy teacher-student relationships and teacher wellness, as positive interactions with students can bolster teachers' professional commitment and satisfaction. This study aims at exploring the construct of the lecturer – student relationship within the English language courses which are mandatory for first-year and second-year students at Faculty of English Language Teacher Education, University of Languages and International Studies, Vietnam National University, Hanoi. In order to ascertain the key constituents of a good EFL teacher-student relationship, a questionnaire as well as semi-structured interviews were conducted among 360 students and lecturers at FELTE, ULIS. The results reveal that the key factors contributing to the establishment of a good EFL teacher-student relationship include respect, support, encouragement and care, providing valuable implications for educators and other stakeholders.

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There is ample evidence in the literature to suggest a correlation between positive teacher-student relationships and students' enhanced socioemotional and academic outcomes. There is also a close linkage between healthy teacher-student relationships and teacher wellness, as positive interactions with students can bolster teachers' professional commitment and satisfaction. This study aims at exploring the construct of the lecturer – student relationship within the English language courses which are mandatory for first-year and second-year students at Faculty of English Language Teacher Education, University of Languages and International Studies, Vietnam National University, Hanoi. In order to ascertain the key constituents of a good EFL teacher-student relationship, a questionnaire as well as semi-structured interviews were conducted among 360 students and lecturers at FELTE, ULIS. The results reveal that the key factors contributing to the establishment of a good EFL teacher-student relationship include respect, support, encouragement and care, providing valuable implications for educators and other stakeholders.

Lecturer
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University of Languages and International Studies - Vietnam National University, Hanoi
Chief Lecturer
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Thai Nguyen University of Economics and Business Adminnistration
University of Foreignlanguage Language Studies, The University of Da Nang
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University of Foreign Language Studies, The University of Da Nang
Student
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University of Foreign Language Studies - The University of Da Nang
Regional English Language Officer
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U.S. Department of State
Mrs. My Tran
English Teacher
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Bac Lieu High School
Teacher
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University of Languages and International Studies, VNU Hanoi
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