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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|
|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.|
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