2019
DOI: 10.32601/ejal.599230
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English Language Teachers’ Awareness of English as a Lingua Franca in Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts

Abstract: Today English has become the Lingua Franca or common language of many people, regardless of their being native or nonnative speaker of English all over the world. Therefore, it has become necessary to educate pre-/in-service teachers with an awareness towards the significance of the involvement of an "English as a lingua franca" (ELF) perspective in their language teaching practice in multilingual/multicultural contexts. In a rapidly changing world, many English language teachers and teacher trainers are cogni… Show more

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“…With an expansion in the multilingual zones in the globalized world, prospective teachers need to shift from the monolingual and normative orientation to an ELF-aware approach in English Language Teaching (ELT) (Bayyurt et al, 2019). To accomplish this shift, they need to gain familiarity with language variation and the language and identity relationship as well as developing critical reflection, effective communication, accommodation, adaptation, experiential and collaborative learning skills that play a pivotal role in ELF-aware teacher education (Bayyurt & Sifakis, 2015a, 2015bBiricik-Deniz et al, 2016;Sifakis, 2007;Sifakis & Bayyurt, 2018).…”
Section: Elf We and Intercultural Awareness In Teacher Educationmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…With an expansion in the multilingual zones in the globalized world, prospective teachers need to shift from the monolingual and normative orientation to an ELF-aware approach in English Language Teaching (ELT) (Bayyurt et al, 2019). To accomplish this shift, they need to gain familiarity with language variation and the language and identity relationship as well as developing critical reflection, effective communication, accommodation, adaptation, experiential and collaborative learning skills that play a pivotal role in ELF-aware teacher education (Bayyurt & Sifakis, 2015a, 2015bBiricik-Deniz et al, 2016;Sifakis, 2007;Sifakis & Bayyurt, 2018).…”
Section: Elf We and Intercultural Awareness In Teacher Educationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The notion of ELF as a tool for global communication prevails in Italy. Since English became a compulsory school subject in 2011 (Bayyurt et al, 2019), trainee teachers in Italy have been introduced to ELF-and WE-related issues (Vettorel, 2015). They are prompted to shift from their monolithic perspective towards a plurithic one reflecting the dynamic and fluid nature of languages shaped by use and users as opposed to "fixed entities" (Vettorel, 2015).…”
Section: Italymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…간 소통으로 추정되고 있는데 (Seidlhofer, 2004: 209) (Christiansen, 2015: 132). (Dewey, 2007;Baker, 2009;Jenkins, 2009;Houghton, 2009;Mauranen et al, 2010;Cogo, 2012;Swan, 2012;Oda, 2017;Kiczkowiak & Lowe, 2018 (Kumar Bhowmik, 2015;Murata, 2017;Oda, 2017;Sifakis, 2017;Zhang &Du, 2018;Bayyurt et al, 2019;Si, 2019;Sifakis, 2020;Taglialatela, 2021).…”
Section: 선행 연구mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, ELF awareness does not seem to have reached a satisfactory level in Turkey as researchers have observed that the majority of students and teachers cannot still adopt ELF principles in practice wholeheartedly due to some perceived constraints, including primarily assessment and measurement (e.g. Bayyurt et al, 2019;Jenkins, Cogo & Dewey, 2011;İnceçay & Akyel, 2014;Griffiths & Soruç, 2019;Kanık, 2013).…”
Section: Focus On Elt Journal (Felt)mentioning
confidence: 99%