This book has three parts, divided into nine chapters, with 13 contributing authors. The first two parts deal with specific aspects of the total topic, with part three providing a final commentary.
As more and more English language teaching professionals are becoming aware of the need to position their work in a broader, international context, with the real needs of their learners as global citizens shaping what they do, this work adds to the scholarship in the field of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) in no uncertain terms.
Anyone who teaches language, whether as a lingua franca or not, plus anyone who researches in the area.
Publisher: Multilingual Matters 2016