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#EmergingEnglish China-UK Higher Education Online Symposium on English Medium Education (EME)

The #EmergingEnglish China-UK Higher Education Online Symposium on English Medium Education (EME) will share current insight on the China Higher Education context as we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic with a particular focus on English Medium Education (EME) and teacher CPD within the sector. The event is hosted by the British Council. Date: Monday 22nd […]

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Upcoming Doctoral Webinars

Upcoming Doctoral Webinars! Here are some upcoming doctoral webinars. Keep an eye out for these videos, coming in July.

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The Evolution of English: An Introduction to Global Englishes

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Webinar : English Language Learners Attitudes Toward English Today: a pilot study – Natsuno Funada

Natsuno Funada shares her research around English language learners attitudes toward English today in a Japanese context.

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Webinar : Listening comprehension in EMI – Sihan Zhou

Sihan Zhou, a PhD student in Applied Linguistics at the University of Oxford, introduces her research on listening comprehension in EMI.

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Webinar : Vocabulary Learning in EMI – Minhui (Becca) Wei

Minhui Wei, a PhD student in Applied Linguistics at the University of Oxford, introduces her doctoral research on vocabulary learning strategies in EMI.

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Webinar : Teacher Perceptions of EMI in Japan – Dr Mahboubeh Rakhshandehroo

Mahboubeh Rakhshandehroo, a lecturer of Faculty Development (FD) Program at Kansai University, shares a brief literature review of EMI in Japan.

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GE Doctoral Webinar 1 : Natsuno Funada

Natsuno Funada discusses a pilot study of English Language Learners Attitudes Toward English Today

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David Crystal – Will English Always Be the Global Language?

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Dr Jennifer Jenkins talks about English as a Lingua Franca (ELF)

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Exploring Internationalisation of Higher Education: An Analysis of English Language Needs of Chinese Postgraduate Students in the UK

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The sociolinguistic and pedagogic implications of the spread of English as global language

Dr Heath Rose, Department of Education, Oxford, gives a talk for the Department of Education public seminar series.

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Language and disciplinary learning combined: CLIL challenging conceptions of language skills

Tarja Nikula, Centre for Applied Language Studies, University of Jyvåskylå, gives a talk for the EMI conference.

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Lexical diversity and coverage in tertiary-level STEM:
 a corpus-based comparison of English-medium lectures in Anglophone and non-Anglophone contexts

Jessica Briggs, Centre for Research and Development in English Medium Instruction, University of Oxford, gives a talk for the EMI conference.

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The Case for Global Englishes in a Chinese Higher Education Context

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Integrate Global Englishes with English Language Teaching in China Universities

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Global Englishes and IELTS

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Global Englishes within Japanese Junior High Schools

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Current situation of ELF in Chinese Universities

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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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ELT materials in the context of Global Englishes language teaching

Abstract “The prevailing orientation in…ELT materials still remains undoubtedly towards ENL” (Jenkins, 2012: 487). Theoretical and empirical work within the field of Global Englishes raises crucial questions about established modes of practice in the ELT profession. The pedagogical implications of such research have been attracting an increasing amount of attention in recent years, yet little attention […]

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Natsuno Funada, ‘English Language Learners Attitudes Toward English Today’

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Minhui Wei: Vocabulary learning in EMI

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Ikuya Aizawa: EMI in Japan

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Dr. Samantha Curle: Attitudes towards EMI in Japan

Dr. Samantha Curle from the University of Bath discusses her doctoral research on attitudes toward EMI in Japan.

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Dr Nicola Galloway’s talk at UTokyo

Professional and Global Educators’ Community (PAGE), a global faculty development initiative run by the University of Tokyo, hosted a seminar on English Medium Instruction (EMI) on Saturday 16th February (13:00 – 15:00) at the University of Tokyo. In the seminar, Dr Nicola Galloway, who is the coordinator of this online network, gave a talk “Researching local realities in the growing global phenomenon of English Medium Instruction (EMI) in higher education”. Professional and Global Educators’ Community page-ea@tree.ep.u-tokyo.ac.jp

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Facing a Global Challenge at a Local Context: Training in English Medium Instruction at the University of Tokyo

Where: The University of Edinburgh, Paterson’s Land LG34 When: Wednesday 16th January 4:30-6.00 pm Sho Shimoyamada is a Project Researcher at the Center for Research and Development of Higher Education, the University of Tokyo. He works on a Global Faculty Development initiative in one of the University’s campuses. His academic interest includes EMI, internationalisation of […]

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Are you interested in sharing your EMI & GE research?

Watch a short video that explains how you can share your research with us via a short doctoral webinar video.

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English-Medium Instruction from an English as a Lingua Franca Perspective: Exploring the Higher Education Context (book)

  Order page: https://www.routledge.com/English-Medium-Instruction-from-an-English-as-a-Lingua-Franca-Perspective/Murata/p/book/9780815395171    Description: English is increasingly used as a lingua franca (ELF) in communicative situations the world over with the acceleration of globalisation. This is in line with the increased introduction of English-medium instruction (EMI) to higher education institutions in many parts of the world to further promote both students’ and faculty’s […]

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David Crystal – Will English Always Be the Global Language?

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Dr Jennifer Jenkins talks about English as a Lingua Franca (ELF)

Dr Jennifer Jenkins talks about English as a Lingua Franca after giving her plenary address on the subject at the TESOL Convention in New Orleans.

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Exploring Internationalisation of Higher Education: An Analysis of English Language Needs of Chinese Postgraduate Students in the UK

Alice Shan discusses her research into Internationalisation of Higher Education.

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English Medium Instruction Research: What do we know so far and what do we still need to find out?

Ernesto Macaro, Professor of Applied Linguistics at the University of Oxford, gives a talk for the Department of Education public seminar series. The exponential growth of English Medium Instruction (EMI) both in Higher and Secondary Education globally has resulted in a similar growth of empirical research on the subject. Of necessity this research to date […]

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The sociolinguistic and pedagogic implications of the spread of English as global language

The spread of English from the language of an island nation to today’s global lingua franca has clear ramifications for society, and for English language education. This presentation aims to provide an overview of research emerging from the field of Global Englishes, which is a growing research paradigm that aims to embrace issues surrounding the […]

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Language and disciplinary learning combined: CLIL challenging conceptions of language skills

Tarja Nikula, Centre for Applied Language Studies, University of Jyvåskylå, gives a talk for the EMI conference.

TOPICS : emi
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Lexical diversity and coverage in tertiary-level STEM:
 a corpus-based comparison of English-medium lectures in Anglophone and non-Anglophone contexts

Jessica Briggs, Centre for Research and Development in English Medium Instruction, University of Oxford, gives a talk for the EMI conference.

TOPICS : emi
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English Medium Instruction Research: What do we know so far and what do we still need to find out?

Ernesto Macaro, Professor of Applied Linguistics at the University of Oxford, gives a talk for the Department of Education public seminar series.

TOPICS : emi webinar
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The Case for Global Englishes in a Chinese Higher Education Context

A presentation by MSc TESOL students at the University of Edinburgh

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Integrate Global Englishes with English Language Teaching in China Universities

A presentation by MSc TESOL students at the University of Edinburgh

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Global Englishes and IELTS

A presentation by MSc TESOL students at the University of Edinburgh

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Current situation of ELF in Chinese Universities

A presentation by MSc TESOL students at the University of Edinburgh

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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.

TOPICS : ge
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Dr Nicola Galloway’s lecture on ELT materials in the context of Global Englishes language teaching

Abstract “The prevailing orientation in…ELT materials still remains undoubtedly towards ENL” (Jenkins, 2012: 487). Theoretical and empirical work within the field of Global Englishes raises crucial questions about established modes of practice in the ELT profession. The pedagogical implications of such research have been attracting an increasing amount of attention in recent years, yet little attention […]

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