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1st pub.
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2011
xvii, 244 ; 24 cm

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ISBN 978-0-19-437500-9 (brož.)
Oxford applied linguistics
Obsahuje bibliografii na s. [211]-231, bibliografické odkazy a rejstřík
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Contents // 1 What is this thing called English? - i // 1.1 English as an international language (EIL) - i // 1.2 What’s in a name? A note about terminology - 4 // 1.3 English as a lingua franca (ELF) - 7 // i .4 Towards a reconceptualization of English -10 // 1.5 A conceptual gap - 14 // 1.6 English: foreign language versus lingua franca - 17 // 1.7 The need for description -19 // 1.8 Conclusion - 24 // 2 Assumptions and presumptions - 28 // 2. i Anglo-Saxon attitudes - 28 // 2.2 The assumption of native-speaker authority - 3 3 // 2.3 Convictions and contradictions - 3 8 // 2.4 Conclusion - 41 // 3 Standard English and real English - 42 // 3. i Standard English ideology - 4 2 // 3.2 Setting the standard - 46 // 3.3 ‘Nativeness’- 50 // 3.4 ‘Foreignness’- 54 // 3.5 ‘Real English’ - 5 8 // 3.6 Conclusion - 61 // 4 Reconceptualizing ‘English’ - 64 // 4.1 Appropriation and adaptation - 64 // 4.2 The sociolinguistics of ELF - 69 // 4.3 Established concepts and convenient fictions - 70 // 4.4 ELF, ‘World Englishes’, and the concept of ‘variety’ - // 4.5 Rethinking the concept of community -81 // xvi Contents // 4.6 Rethinking the concept of competence - 8 8 // 4.7 Conclusion-91 // 5 The dynamics of ELF usage - 94 // 5. i Variety and variation: state and process - 94 // 5.2 Performativity and creativity in ELF - 9 7 // 5.3 Exploiting linguistic resources -107 // 5.4 The virtual language -109 // 5.5 Constitutive rules and regulative conventions - 112 // 5.6 Conformity and creativity - 117 //
5.7 Conclusion - 120 // 6 Form and function in ELF -124 // 6. i The function of non-conformity -124 // 6.2 Communicative interaction and the idiom principle -128 // 6.3 ELF and idiomatic usage -132 // 6.4 Unilateral idiomaticity -134 // 6.5 ELF and the idiomatizing process -138 // 6.6 The exploitation of redundancy - 143 // 6.7 Conclusion -148 // 7 Designing English as an international language -152 // 7.1 Linguistic description and prescription -152 // 7.2 Language planning and linguistic intervention - 153 // 7.3 The prescription of an international language -156 // 7.4 Nuclear English-158 // 7.5 Basic English - 162 // 7.6 Basic English and ELF - 170 // 7.7 Conclusion -172 // 8 ELF and English Language Teaching - 175 // 8. i Prescriptions for use and learning -175 // 8.2 Natural use and usefulness for learning - 178 // 8.3 English prescribed: objectives and processes - 181 // 8.4 Objectives and processes reconsidered -183 // 8.5 English as a subject and the relevance of ELF - 190 // Contents xvii // 8.6 Rethinking the subject - 196 // 8.7 ELF and teacher education - 201 // 8.8 Conclusion - 208 // Bibliography - 211 Index - 233

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