Interview with Chris Hall

Principal researcher of Modelling plurilithic orientations to English with trainee teachers: A comparative international study

Project: Modelling plurilithic orientations to English with trainee teachers: A comparative international study

Principal researcher: Christopher J Hall (York St John University, UK)

Co-researchers: Alice Gruber (Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences, Germany), Yuan Qian (Suzhou University of …

Interview with Emma Dafouz and Ute Smit

Authors of ROAD-MAPPING English Medium Education in the Internationalised University

1. What was the impetus behind your recent book “ROAD-MAPPING English Medium Education in the Internationalised University”?Dafouz and Smit Nov 2019

Given the exponential growth of the use of English in higher education across the globe, we wanted to argue in detail for our …

Interview with Myrna Escalona Sibaja

Author of Professional Development for EMI Faculty in Mexico: The Case of Bilingual, International, and Sustainable Universities

1. What was the impetus behind your recent book “Professional Development for EMI Faculty in Mexico: The Case of Bilingual, International, and Sustainable Universities”?Myrna Escalona Sibaja

I lived in the UK from 2015 to 2017. During a trip to Mexico …

Interview with Yusop Boonsuk

Co-author of "Voices of learners in Thai ELT classrooms: a wake up call towards teaching English as a lingua franca" and "Who ‘owns English’ in our changing world? Exploring the perception of Thai university students in Thailand"


1) What is the importance of Global Englishes (GE) for English language teaching (ELT)?

Global Englishes (GE) is a phenomenon that challenges many ELT educational stakeholders who usually favor native-English conventions and raises a significant language learning question whether native …

Interview with Fan (Gabriel) Fang

Co-author of Critical perspectives on Global Englishes in Asia: Language policy, curriculum, pedagogy and assessment

 

1. What is the importance of Global Englishes (GE) for English language teaching (ELT)?

I believe both language practitioners and applied linguistics researchers of English should recognize the current linguistic landscape, where language contact is rather complex, dynamic and …

Interview with Joyce Kling

Co-author of English Medium Instruction in Multilingual and Multicultural Universities: Academics' Voices from the Northern European Context

1. What was the impetus behind your recent book “English Medium Instruction in Multilingual and Multicultural Universities: Academics’ Voices from the Northern European Context”?

This book, in a sense, is a response to queries and requests my co-authors, Professor Birgit …

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