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100 1  Bayyurt, Yasemin 
245 10 Current Perspectives on Pedagogy for English As a Lingua 
264  1 Berlin/Boston :|bDe Gruyter, Inc.,|c2015 
264  4 |c©2015 
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490 1  Developments in English As a Lingua Franca [DELF] Ser. ;
505 0  Intro -- Contents -- Current perspectives on pedagogy for 
       ELF -- Part I: Teaching and Learning -- Chapter 1. 
       Adjusting pedagogically to an ELF world: An ESP 
       perspective -- Chapter 2. Integrated practice in teaching 
       English as an international language (IPTEIL): A classroom
       ELF pedagogy in Japan -- Chapter 3. A pedagogical space 
       for ELF in the English classroom -- Chapter 4. ELF and 
       early language learning: Multiliteracies, language 
       policies and teacher education -- Part II: Teacher 
       Education -- Chapter 5. Evolving a post-native, 
       multilingual model for ELF-aware teacher education -- 
       Chapter 6. Bringing new ELT policies and ELF to teacher 
       training courses -- Chapter 7. Time to wake up some dogs! 
       Shifting the culture of language in ELT -- Chapter 8. Re/
       considering the English language teacher education 
       programs in Turkey from an ELF standpoint: what do the 
       academia, pre-service and in-service teachers think? -- 
       Chapter 9. Drawing upon Greek pre-service teachers' 
       beliefs about ELF-related issues -- Chapter 10. Can we 
       change the subject, please? A pedagogic perspective on EFL
       -- Part III: Assessment -- Chapter 11. Reconceptualizing 
       norms for language testing: Assessing English language 
       proficiency from within an ELF framework -- Chapter 12. 
       Engaging with ELF in an entrance test for European 
       university students -- Part IV: Teaching Materials -- 
       Chapter 13. Beyond Madonna: Teaching materials as windows 
       into pre-service teachers' understandings of ELF -- 
       Chapter 14. English As A Lingua Franca And ELT Materials: 
       Is The "Plastic World" Really Melting? -- Subject index 
520    This series welcomes book proposals detailing innovative 
       and cutting edge research and theorisation in the field of
       English as a lingua franca (ELF). The purpose of the 
       series is to offer a wide forum for work on ELF, including
       aspects such as descriptions and analyses of ELF; ELF use 
       in a range of domains including education (primary, 
       secondary and tertiary), business, tourism; conceptual 
       works challenging current assumptions about English use 
       and usage; works exploring the implications of ELF for 
       English language policy, pedagogy, and practice; and ELF 
       in relation to global multilingualism 
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650  0 English language -- Variation -- Foreign 
       countries.;English language -- Globalization.;English 
       language -- Usage.;Lingua francas 
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