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Global Voices

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ETA ROC 2011 Macmillan Presentation by Clyde Fowle.

ETA ROC 2011 Macmillan Presentation by Clyde Fowle.

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  • Video link http://www.youtube.com/user/macmillanELT#p/c/6303D94B68C71D1D/4/0XT04EO5RSU
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    • 1. voicesWWW.MACMILLANENGLISH.COM/GLOBAL
    • 2. What is global English?“One of the most important realisationsin the field of ELT in the past decade orso is that English is an internationallanguage spoken all over the world, bypeople with different accents anddifferent ‘Englishes’. A learner is just aslikely, if not more likely, to use his or herEnglish with another non-native speakeras with a native speaker.” Lindsay Clandfield, Global Pre-Int TB WWW.MACMILLANENGLISH.COM/GLOBAL
    • 3. A world authority on Global English Professor David Crystal WWW.MACMILLANENGLISH.COM/GLOBAL
    • 4. Which ‘English’ should you teach? WWW.MACMILLANENGLISH.COM/GLOBAL
    • 5. Global English essays introduce students to the role of English in today’s world Global Elementary unit 2WWW.MACMILLANENGLISH.COM/GLOBAL
    • 6. Global Intermediate unit 1WWW.MACMILLANENGLISH.COM/GLOBAL
    • 7. Is control of English shifting away fromBritish and American native speakers? WWW.MACMILLANENGLISH.COM/GLOBAL
    • 8. WWW.MACMILLANENGLISH.COM/GLOBAL
    • 9. Global voices Authentic English spoken by real people around the worldWWW.MACMILLANENGLISH.COM/GLOBAL
    • 10. Why are your studentslearning English? WWW.MACMILLANENGLISH.COM/GLOBAL
    • 11. Global Pre-intermediate unit 4WWW.MACMILLANENGLISH.COM/GLOBAL
    • 12. Global Elementary unit 1WWW.MACMILLANENGLISH.COM/GLOBAL
    • 13. Global Intermediate unit 2WWW.MACMILLANENGLISH.COM/GLOBAL
    • 14. Global Upper Intermediate unit 2WWW.MACMILLANENGLISH.COM/GLOBAL
    • 15. Over to you … In pairs or small groups discuss:• How can you help your students prepare to use English in “global” contexts?• What challenges / issues might you / your learners face from introducing “global voices’ in your classroom?• How might you overcome these? WWW.MACMILLANENGLISH.COM/GLOBAL
    • 16. Global voices : Global English : Global vision “ground-breaking and ambitious, a landmark course in recent English language teaching publishing” WWW.MACMILLANENGLISH.COM/GLOBAL

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