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Title: Teaching English as an international language : implementing, reviewing, and re-envisioning world Englishes in language education
Authors: Marlina, Roby
Keywords: English language | Communication, International | English teachers | Ngôn ngữ Anh | Dạy tiếng Anh | Giảng dạy EIL | Tiếng Anh
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: New York: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Abstract: How do teachers inspire students to learn to appreciate different Englishes? Has anyone tried to teach world Englishes? If so, what do they do and how do they feel about it? Most importantly, do students see the benefits in learning about world Englishes? This book responds to these questions by 1) offering a clear and solid foundation for the development of EIL-oriented curricula in an English Language program and a teacher education program, 2) critically reviewing the current pedagogical principles and practices of teaching EIL, and 3) offering an alternative way of conceptualising and teaching EIL. Using a 3-year undergraduate program of EIL in an Australian university as a research site, this book provides a detailed account of actual classroom practices that raise students' awareness of World Englishes and engage them in learning how to communicate interculturally. This book is the first of its kind that explores the teaching of EIL in a country where English is a predominant and national language.
Description: First edition.
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