English as a Lingua Franca: Attitude and Identity
OUP Oxford, 26 Ιουλ 2007 - 296 σελίδες
Based on extensive research conducted among teachers in Europe, East Asia, and Latin America. Examines the role of standard language ideology in the formation of ELF attitudes. Critiques current ELT practices and SLA research perspectives. Demonstrates links between ELF accent attitudes and ELF identities. Includes suggestions for making ELT pedagogy, materials, testing, and teacher education more relevant.
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Previous research into ELF attitudes
ELF attitudes observed in speech and writing
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