Davies (1995) stated about native teachers that “the native speaker is a fine myth: we need it as a model, a goal, almost an inspiration. But it is useless as a measure” (p. 157).
“Good English pronunciation does not mean using a British or American accent; if a teacher is Peruvian, a Peruvian accent is perfectly acceptable as long as the words are being pronounced correctly” (BusyTeacher.org)
Khai, T. (2017). Non-native teachers in second language teaching. Academia.edu. Retrieved 18 February 2017, from https://www.academia.edu/1919970/Non-native_teachers_in_second_language_teaching
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