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The objective of this research was to develop the model of competency development of English language teachers under the Office of the Basic Education Commission. There were three steps as follows: 1) studying competencies and a guideline for the development of English language teachers' competencies by interviewing experts and English language teachers. The statistic used for data analysis was content analysis and questionnaire was mean, standard deviation and exploratory factor analysis. 2) Constructing and checking the model and appropriateness of model by interviewing experts. 3) Assessing the feasibility and utility of the model for English teachers' competencies development from experts and English language teachers. The statistic used for data analysis was mean and standard deviation. Findings were as follows: a model for teachers' competencies development consists of 3 components: 1) competency of English teachers with 6 competencies, 2) methods of developing English teacher competencies consisting of 7 methods, and 3) the process of English teachers development consisting of 6 steps and 6 supporting development factors. When the model was evaluated in terms of the feasibility and utility, it was found that the model for the competency development of English teachers is feasibility and utility of implementation at the high level.
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