Appropriating English: Innovation in the Global Business of English Language Teaching
Peter Lang Pub Incorporated, 1 de jan de 2002 - 274 páginas
English seems to be becoming the global language as a result of the massive socio-economic, cultural, and technological changes that have been struggled over since the 1950s. For teachers of English to speakers of other languages and for those in
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The Challenges of Appropriating English
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