Global Englishes for Language Teaching
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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accents action research aims applied linguistics approach assessment attitudes audio awareness barriers Canagarajah CEFR challenge Chapter China China China classroom code switching communication communicative language teaching critical critical pedagogy cultural curriculum innovation discussed diverse ELF research emerged EMI contexts EMI programmes English language teaching English speakers English Unlimited English-only evaluation examine example explore field focus groups further Galloway & Rose Galloway and Rose GELT curriculum GELT framework Global Englishes goals highlighted ideology implementation implications important Inner Circle interaction intercultural competence international language interviews Japan Japanese lack language ideology language learning learners lingua franca materials methods monolingual multilingual turn native English native speaker needs analysis non-native norms notes orientation pedagogical perspective practices proficiency questionnaire references relevant sample second language acquisition stakeholders standard language strategies syllabus target interlocutors teaching contexts teaching English TESOL practitioners textbooks translanguaging understand users World Englishes