Teaching English as an International Language

Each title in the series is intended to serve both as a basis for training courses and seminars, and as a reference text.

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ISBN:

9780194373647

Publication date:

26/12/2011

Paperback

158 pages

245.0x166.0mm

Price: 605.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780194373647

Publication date:

26/12/2011

Paperback

158 pages

245.0x166.0mm

Part of Oxford Handbooks for Language Teachers

Sandra Lee McKay

Rights:  OUP UK (Indian Territory)

Part of Oxford Handbooks for Language Teachers

Sandra Lee McKay

Description

This book discusses the growing role of English as an international language and its implications for how it is taught worldwide.

Part of Oxford Handbooks for Language Teachers

Sandra Lee McKay

Features

  • Describes the spread of English worldwide and its practical and educational consequences
  • Discusses the problem of how we define standards when the notion of a single 'standard' form of English is no longer valid
  • Explores the critical role of culture in language teaching
  • Looks at the implications of English as an international language for current teaching methods
  • Suitable for trainee and practising teachers and other ELT professionals, especially curriculum and materials developers.

Description

This book discusses the growing role of English as an international language and its implications for how it is taught worldwide.

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