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Analyzing English in a Global Context: A Reader Paperback – Jan 8 2001
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'Any serious analysis of the state of the English language in the world today, the best ways to teach it, its evolving nature and cultural impact, must include this book in its bibliography.' - Aidan Hehir, English and Media Magazine
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Anne Burns is Senior Lecturer in Linguistics at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia and Associate Director of the National Centre for English Language Teaching and Research. Caroline Coffin is a Lecturer at the Centre for Language and Communication at the Open University in the UK.
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There are also teachers who are not native speakers of English, so their teaching reaches their students already filtered by a different mind and vocal apparatus.
Another interesting section of this book is the guidance on variants of English and what is or not standard English. It sets boundaries that are very handy when you are in a teaching situation. You cannot simply impose your brand of Englsih to everyone.
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