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Title: Would it be more appropriate to talk about teaching English for intercultural communication than about teaching English as a Lingua Franca?
Keywords: + The phenomenal rise of English as a medium of intercultural communication & miscommunication: do we all the speak the same language although we all seem to speak English? (show the video) + Introduction of Kachru’s circles: show examples of English use in the expanding circle (New Englishes) + The debate: NS vs. NNS or high proficiency vs. low proficiency speakers? (*) +Graddol (2006): Global English means the end of EFL  Is this true for this point in time? Aisa may determine the future of English  Implications for ELT in Asia and expanding circle?  little connection between ELF research & EFL teaching  not much implication/ practical guide offered so far.
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: ULIS
Abstract: +Discuss the challenges of teaching ELF + Discuss the teachers and learners’ attitudes towards ELF because they’re the agents of change. + Argue that for the time being it would be more appropriate and practical to continue with the ‘standard’ native-speaker model while redefining the concept of communicative competence to accommodate intercultural communication.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2171
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