English as a Lingua Franca: attitude and identity
This book explores attitudes related to English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) and the implications for student identities. In addition ways in which the problems can be addressed in teacher education are explored. English language materials and testing are discussed.
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ELF and standard language ideology
Previous research into ELF attitudes
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