Language Policy, Planning, & Practice: A South Asian Perspective
Sabiha Mansoor, Shaheen Meraj, Aliya Tahir
Aga Khan University, 2004 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 264 pages
This collection is a pioneering work on language policy and planning in South Asia. It provides reflection not only on the English language situation in Pakistan but also on the role of English in the larger area of South Asia. It will help to bring countries in the region onto a single platform and share their views and experiences in English Language Teaching.
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