Global Englishes and Change in English Language Teaching analyses the impact of current ELT practice, bringing together research from the fields of Global Englishes and ELT to provide suggestions for the implementation of a Global Englishes for Language Teaching curriculum. Calling for a critical re-examination of ELT to ensure that classroom practice reflects how the English language functions as a lingua franca, this book:
- highlights that multilingualism, not monolingualism, is the norm in today's globalised world, and that 'non-native' English speakers far outnumber 'native' English speakers;
- showcases the author’s research into English language learner attitudes towards English and ELT in relation to Global Englishes;
- makes practical suggestions for pedagogical change within ELT.
Global Englishes and Change in English Language Teaching is key reading for postgraduate students and researchers in the fields of TESOL/ELT and Global Englishes.
Table of Contents
Chapter One: Global Englishes and English Language Teaching
Chapter Two: English Language Attitudes
Chapter Three: Language attitudes, pedagogy and Global Englishes in the Expanding Circle: an empirical study
Chapter Four: GELT in practice
Appendix One: Activities
Appendix Two: Participant profiles
Nicola Galloway is Lecturer in TESOL at Moray House School of Education, University of Edinburgh, UK, where she teaches a course on Global Englishes for Language Teaching.