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Teaching English as an international language and native speaker norms: Attitudes of Croatian MA and BA students of English


Drljača Margić, Branka; Širola, Dorjana
Teaching English as an international language and native speaker norms: Attitudes of Croatian MA and BA students of English // English as an International Language Journal, 5 (2010), 129-136 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, članak, znanstveni)


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Naslov
Teaching English as an international language and native speaker norms: Attitudes of Croatian MA and BA students of English

Autori
Drljača Margić, Branka ; Širola, Dorjana

Izvornik
English as an International Language Journal (1715-2301) 5 (2010); 129-136

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
English as an international language; non-native English varieties; non-native English speakers; Croatian students; attitudes

Sažetak
The authors compared attitudes to English as an international language and to non-native varieties of English held by students who had just completed the English as a Global Language course in the English MA Programme at the University of Rijeka and by BA Programme students from the same institution who had never been exposed to those concepts in the course of their education. MA students were more open to the idea of international English as a separate variety of English based on features of various native and non-native English varieties ; however, they still thought that native features should predominate. Similarly, 20% of MA students believed that outer-circle Englishes were as important linguistic models for world English as inner-circle Englishes, while not a single BA student agreed with this statement. The vast majority of BA students (76%), as opposed to only 15% of MA students, stated that they would prepare their future pupils to communicate primarily with native English speakers. No student from either group would tolerate morphosyntax which does not conform to native speaker norms, while both groups are split evenly when it comes to tolerating their future pupils' non-native pronunciations that do not hinder communication.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Filologija



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Ustanove:
Filozofski fakultet, Rijeka

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Citiraj ovu publikaciju:

Drljača Margić, Branka; Širola, Dorjana
Teaching English as an international language and native speaker norms: Attitudes of Croatian MA and BA students of English // English as an International Language Journal, 5 (2010), 129-136 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, članak, znanstveni)
Drljača Margić, B. & Širola, D. (2010) Teaching English as an international language and native speaker norms: Attitudes of Croatian MA and BA students of English. English as an International Language Journal, 5, 129-136.
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