Day-to-day English: subject teachers' voices from Kenya, Nigeria and Malaysia
Teachers in English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI) contexts inhabit complex linguistic landscapes. I will present research on the views of EMI teachers on their daily encounters in English (both in and out of the classroom). Although not trained as ELT practitioners, these teachers’ day-to-day linguistic decisions impact on teaching, learning and social encounters with students, staff and parents.
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