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Title: Perspectives for English Language Teaching in Nigeria in the Context of Global English
在英語全球化的脈络下展望奈及利亞之英語教學
Authors: Igboanusi, Herbert
Date: 2006-09
Issue Date: 2018-05-09 15:44:17 (UTC+8)
Abstract: The real problem with the increasing use of English as a global language, particularly the spread of American influence in former British colonies, is the acceptable variety to be used in teaching and examination, between British English and American English. The problem becomes even greater with the emergence of indigenised varieties of English in such countries. However, with the rapidly expanding role of English as a means of communication among non-native speakers of English, the question arises as to whether it is still possible to recommend a single model or standard for teaching and examination. The present paper explores this question within the context of English language teaching and intercultural communication in Nigeria.
當英語日漸成為全球共通的語言,真實的問題也隨之產生,尤其是美國文化勢力對於許多過去為英國殖民地區的影響,那就是被用在教學與測驗中的英語實際上已經有許多廣被接受的多樣性,而這些的多樣性是介於英式英文與美式英文之間。這個問題隨著各式各樣的英文在這些國家生根、在地化,也變得更加重要。然而,當英文逐漸在非以英語為母語的使用者中迅速變成通用的溝通語言,關於是否還能夠推舉出單一的模型或標準來執行英語教學與測驗的問題也由此而生。本研究從英語教學與奈及利亞的跨文化溝通著手,探究了此一問題。
Relation: Taiwan Journal of TESOL, 3(1),1-10
臺灣英語教學期刊
Data Type: article
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