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The study reported in this article sought to explore teacher educators' (TEs) perceived goals in teaching English oral communication skill in an English Education Program in Indonesia. Using a case study method, data for the present study were collected from all TEs teaching English speaking and listening units. A semi-structured interview protocols were carried out in English and Indonesian languages. All interview transcripts were transcribed verbatim and analysed using a thematic analysis method. The findings show that the majority of the TEs emphasises on production whilst teaching oral communication skill. When they were asked about what goals they had in teaching the skill (listening or speaking), very few of these TEs reported that they expected the PSTs (pre-service teachers) became knowledgeable and independent when handling breakdowns in English oral communication situations. Yet, this does not mean that there are problems with TEs' teaching praxis and may instead indicate lack of opportunities for PSTs to practice anticipating oral communication breakdowns in the classroom. The findings, thus, shed lights into current understanding of how teacher educators in Indonesia engage in the preparation of school English teachers' candidates in the domain of English oral communication skill.
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Universitas Sriwijaya
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2020
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