Global Englishes for Language Teaching

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Cambridge University Press, Jan 24, 2019 - Foreign Language Study - 255 pages
The spread of English as a global language has resulted in the emergence of a number of related fields of research within applied linguistics, including English as an International Language, English as a Lingua Franca, and World Englishes. Here, Heath Rose and Nicola Galloway consolidate this work by exploring how the global spread of English has impacted TESOL, uniting similar movements in second language acquisition, such as translanguaging and the multilingual turn. They build on a number of concrete proposals for change and innovation in English language teaching practice, whilst offering a detailed examination of how to incorporate a Global Englishes perspective into the multiple faces of TESOL, putting research-informed practice at the forefront. Global Englishes for Language Teaching is a ground-breaking attempt to unite discussions on the pedagogical implications of the global spread of English into a single text for researchers and practicing teachers.

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Heath Rose is an Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics at the University of Oxford's Department of Education. He is co-editor of Doing Research in Applied Linguistics (2017), author of The Japanese Writing System (2017) and co-author of Introducing Global Englishes (2015). He has published in a number of the world's top Journals, including Applied Linguistics, Modern Language Journal, ELT Journal and Higher Education.

Nicola Galloway is a lecturer in Education (TESOL) at the University of Edinburgh. She is author of Global Englishes and Change in English Language Teaching (2017) and co-author of Introducing Global Englishes (2015). She has published Global Englishes-related research in System, ELT Journal, the Journal of English as a Lingua Franca and Englishes in Practice.