Expected Qualities of Literature Graduates in the Perception of Vietnamese School Teachers

Nguyen Thi Hao, Tran Thanh Huong


This study aims to examine the expected qualities of teacher graduates from literature preparation programs, and the importance of these qualities to the classroom practice, according to the perceptions of school teachers. Two hundred eighteen (218) participants were conveniently selected from various schools in Ho Chi Minh City. Literature graduates from teacher preparation programs in 2017 are the subject to be reported by these participants. A 78-item researchers-constructed questionnaire was distributed by google form and hard copy. This questionnaire asked participants about the expected qualities of literature graduates and its importance to teaching practice in related to teacher graduates’ knowledge, instructional strategies, personal characteristics, and professional development. Results indicated that, there are 60 required qualities from literature graduates and all are perceived as “important” to school practice. Implications are drawn from the findings for teacher education and for further researchers.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/gjes.v4i2.13993


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