World Englishes on the Internet: some considerations for teaching

Sutherland, S. 2011. World Englishes on the Internet: some considerations for teaching. Sino-US English Teaching. 8 (5), pp. 322-326.

TitleWorld Englishes on the Internet: some considerations for teaching
AuthorsSutherland, S.
Abstract

Exposing EFL (English as a Foreign Language) students to different varieties of English can be beneficial in numerous ways, but teachers may be unaware of how they can do this. This paper briefly explains the concept of World Englishes, then describes one teacher's attempt to use the Internet to provide his students with examples of real English from around the world. Finally, it offers a selection of positive student responses to the experience.

JournalSino-US English Teaching
Journal citation8 (5), pp. 322-326
ISSN1539-8072
Year2011
PublisherDavid Publishing
Publication dates
Published2011

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