3 edition of English as a lingua franca found in the catalog.
English as a lingua franca
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Anna Mauranen and Elina Ranta.|
|Contributions||Mauranen, Anna., Ranta, Elina.|
|LC Classifications||PE2751 .E537 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 385 p. :|
|Number of Pages||385|
|LC Control Number||2009288671|
The study of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) has grown considerably in the last decades, and a wide number of issues related to this field have been addressed DOI link for English as a Lingua Franca. English as a Lingua Franca book. Implications for Translator and Interpreter Education. English as a Lingua by: 4. This chapter describes the more regular grammatical features of English as a lingua franca (ELF), and their probable causes, of which three seem to be important. Some regularities involve the simplification of inherently 'difficult' elements of English grammar, those which appear odd or afunctional or idiosyncratic from the perspective of Author: Ian Mackenzie.
In his book, Teaching the Pronunciation of English as a Lingua Franca, R. Walker suggests using interviews with non-native internationally known figures, such as football managers, or using clips from news websites from around the world. His book also comes with a CD of recordings of non-native speakers. English as a lingua franca has become a hot topic in Applied Linguistics and English Studies. While it has been a subject of controversy for some time, linguistic observations on actual use have largely been missing out of the debate. This is now changing fast, and the study of English as a lingua franca has become a vibrant research field.
Special Issue: English as a Lingua Franca. Implications for Translator and Interpreter Education[Approved]: Paradowski, Michal B.. Understanding English as a Lingua Franca. A Complete Introduction to the Theoretical Nature and Practical Implications of English used as a Lingua Franca [Approved].ISBN: Seidlhofer's "Understanding English as a Lingua Franca" presents useful, insightful and in-depth exposition of the title topic, looking into the nature of ELF and the global spread of English. It presents a comprehensive and an expert picture. Good book/5.
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It comes from the author whose book "The Phonology of English as an International Language" spear-headed the English as a Lingua Franca movement - a challenge to assumptions, bias and asymmetry held within native-speaker English standards in EFL pedagogy and growing non-native speaker dominated contexts of English by: English as a Lingua Franca is a useful guide for teachers and trainee teachers, and will be essential reading for advanced students and linguists concerned with multilingualism, language contact, language learning, language change, and the place of English Cited by: This book gives a comprehensive review of the developments leading to English becoming a global lingua Franca, and gives useful insight into the reasons why we need to change our perspective on English language teaching in light of these developments.5/5(4).
Book description. English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) is a term used to describe the use of English as a common language for communication between speakers whose first language is not English.
Providing a unique and original perspective on this subject, Istvan Kecskes explains the language behaviour of ELF speakers, through the lens of Gricean by: 3. Book Description.
English as a lingua franca has become a hot topic in Applied Linguistics and English Studies. While it has been a subject of controversy for some time, linguistic observations on actual use have largely been missing out of the debate.
This is now changing fast, and the study of English as a lingua franca has become a vibrant. 2 days ago English As a Lingua Franca Implications for Translator and Interpreter Education This edition published in by Taylor & Francis Group. Jenny Jenkins seminal work from on English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) was not exactly fun reading, but Robin Walker manages to boil it all down to useful and manageable parts so that any newcomer to ELT has the resources she or he needs to start using this new methodology in their classroom.
What's more, the material is very by: Introduction. " The perceived superiority of standardized English and native speakers continue to shape people’s beliefs and influence the teaching and learning of English in Japan. This book challenges these enduring ideologies by shedding light on multiple, hybrid, and contingent uses of English as a lingua franca (ELF) from multilingual and translingual perspectives.
English as a Lingua Franca”) explores comprehensibility in ELF communication, focusing on participants’ use of repetition and paraphrase in interaction.
Her findings support earlier observations that communication breakdowns do not occur with notable frequency in ELF discourse, largely because speakers resort to pre-emptive strategies to. Among the key themes covered are the development of English as a lingua franca among speakers for whom English is a common but not first language, the parallel development of English as a medium.
Andy Kirkpatrick?s authoritative and scholarly new book, English as a Lingua Franca in ASEAN, is a mine of information on recent developments in English within ASEAN and the East Asian region more broadly.
Its comprehensive and detailed coverage fills a serious gap in the ELF literature and will prove an invaluable by: The book puts forward a new definition of competence and fluency within the context of English as a lingua franca, concluding with an analysis of practical implications for the lingua franca.
Book description The Routledge Handbook of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) provides an accessible, authoritative and comprehensive introduction to the main theories, concepts, contexts and applications of this rapidly developing field of study. This chapter discusses the challenge of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) for language assessment.
It introduces the issue of ELF and language assessment. The chapter connects the specific challenges of ELF with broader debates around the nature of Cited by: 5. Teaching English as a Lingua Franca is a great attempt at filling the void, but there are times when it takes a step too far and loses sight of its key audiences – both teachers and learners.
Layout/Organisation. The book is in three main parts – as those familiar with the DELTA Development Series will expect. This book explores the interfaces of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) and English as a Foreign Language (EFL) pedagogy.
It presents the theoretical aspects of ELF, discusses issues and challenges that ELF raises for the EFL classroom, and demonstrates how EFL practitioners can make use of ELF theorizing for classroom instruction, teacher education, developing ISBN: English as a lingua franca has become a hot topic in Applied Linguistics and English Studies.
While it has been a subject of controversy for some time, linguistic observations on. This series welcomes book proposals detailing innovative and cutting edge research and theorisation in the field of English as a lingua franca (ELF), in essence, English as the chosen medium of communication among people from different first languages.
English as a lingua franca is the use of the English language "as a global means of inter-community communication" and can be understood as "any use of English among speakers of different first languages for whom English is the communicative medium of choice and often the only option".
ELF is "defined functionally by its use in intercultural communication rather than. Updated Ap The term English as a lingua franca (ELF) refers to the teaching, learning, and use of English as a common means of communication (or contact language) for speakers of different native languages.
British linguist Jennifer Jenkins points out that ELF is not a new phenomenon. The book consists of eight chapters: Chapter 1 - What is this thing called English? explores issues of definition, including the key distinction between English as a Foreign Language (EFL) and English as a Lingua Franca (ELF).
Chapter 2 - Assumptions and presumptions discusses the construct of native-speaker authority and the contradictions this entails.This highly informative, thought-provoking book also provides insights on methods for teaching email discourse using English as a lingua franca and suggests directions for future research.
Keywords Email Discourse Emailing Requests Terms of Address Discourse Organization Computer-mediated Communication Cross-cultural Communication English as a. English as a Lingua Franca: Theorizing and Teaching English examines the English used among non-native speakers around the world today and its relation to English as a native language, as well as the implications for English language teaching.
Challenging and incisive, this book analyses positive and negative accounts of English as a lingua franca, Cited by: