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In this article, the authors report partial findings of a qualitative interpretive study of female secondary school English language teachers’ perceptions of curriculum change in the United Arab Emirates. The participants were 16 female teachers in three secondary schools who had experience teaching the former and the current English language curricula. The authors recommend giving a voice to teachers in curriculum change by involving them in curriculum development processes to eliminate negative psychological effects such as marginalisation and powerlessness.
Updated: Jul. 26, 2011