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The Case for Global Englishes in a Chinese Higher Education Context
Integrate Global Englishes with English Language Teaching in China Universities
Global Englishes and IELTS
Global Englishes within Japanese Junior High Schools
Current situation of ELF in Chinese Universities
Andrew Cameron – The Evolution of English
This is a lecture introducing Global Englishes given at Gangwon International Language Institute in South Korea on April 7th 2017. The audience was comprised of native English speaking teachers, non-native English speaking teachers, and educational support staff. The lecture is in two parts. The first part covers the historical spread of English, as well as […]
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Presentation on Global Englishes with Japanese Junior High Schools
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How to develop a good research topic? Interview with Dr Joan Cutting
Jarek went to the University of Edinburgh to interview Dr Joan Cutting. They talked about supervising Master’s and PhD students, about the notion of a “good” and “bad” research idea and how to develop a good research topic. It was great and Joan provided a lot of useful advice to students and researchers at all […]