ENG506: World Englishes Handouts (PDF )
This study discusses the role of English as one global language and its global benefits and the dangers of minority languages. This study also describes the various political, social, and historical contexts that led to the spread of English throughout the world and ultimately led to its becoming a lingua franca. Lingua franca is a language that is widely accepted as a lingua franca. ENG506 Handouts pdf
ENG506 Handouts pdf
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1. English as a Global Language 2. Dangers of a Global Language 3. Historical, Political and Social Contexts 4. Historical, Political and Social Contexts 5. Historical, Political and Social Contexts 6. Contact Induced Varieties of English 7. Pidgins and Creoles: Theories of Origin 8.Pidgins and Creoles: Linguistic Features and Characteristics 9. Models and Classifications 10. Models of World Englishes 11. Kachru’s Three Circle-Model of World English 12. Kachru’s Three Circle-Model of World English 13. Variations Across Cultures 14. Variations Across Cultures 15. Variations in World Englishes: Linguistic Features
16. Variations in World Englishes: Linguistic Features 17. World Englishes and Intelligibility 18. Standard Language Ideology 19. Standard English and World Englishes 20. Acculturation 21. World Englishes and Language Acquisition 22. World Englishes and Language Acquisition 23. Applied Theory and World Englishes 24. Colonial Language Policy 25. English in Language Policy and Planning 26. New Englishes 27. English in Australia and New Zealand 28. Southeast Asian Englishes 29. African Englishes 30. Emerging Englishes 31. English of the Sub Continent 32. New Standard Englishes 33. Power, Ideology and Attitudes
34. World Englishes and Gender 35. The Pedagogy of World Englishes 36. Teaching World Englishes Courses 37. Models, Methods and Curriculum for Teaching World Englishes 38. Testing and Assessment in World Englishes Context 39. Role of English in Higher Education 40. World Englishes and Lexicography 41. World Englishes and the Media 42. Globalization: Various Trends 43. Dangers of English as a Global Language 44. Future of World Englishes 45. Future Directions: Research in World Englishes. ENG506 Handouts pdf
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ENG506: World Englishes
The English of the World
World Englishes is the name given to Braj Kachru (an Indian-American linguist) originally to refer to the various English variants. Now the term refers to a wide variety of English speakers around the world. The plural of World English in the article refers to a large number of varieties of English collected due to its connection to the sociolinguistic context.
It means that English is not only used by native English speakers in English-speaking countries such as the United States, Australia, New Zealand, etc. English is now used by non-native English-speaking people in non-native English-speaking countries in a variety of fields. , legal and educational purposes. These countries include Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Hong Kong, etc. These different varieties are grouped together under the heading World Englishes.
Globalization refers to the vast majority of world events and their interrelationships. It is a process of interaction and integration between individuals, companies, and governments of different nations. These interactions can take different forms, e.g. political cooperation between countries in the hope that this type of cooperation will help prevent conflicts or in the event of a conflict will help resolve such conflicts. Other examples are SAARC, the European Union, and NATO. One way this communication can be taken is to share ideas and information. In today’s world, sharing information is often done on social media. This is also possible with the help of TV programs, movies, and books.
What Is the Global Language?
Language gains a global status as it develops a special role known to all countries. Now the question arises as to what determines the special role? If the status of the mother tongue is global then Spanish should be the international language as it is the mother tongue of more than 20 countries around the world. If the number of speakers determines that English is spoken by millions of people around the world.
The Need for a Global Language
There is an urgent need for an international language but this need is not new. Multilingual communities have been communicating for thousands of years. Communication in the past was done by translators and translators. Kings, chiefs, and ambassadors met in the presence of interpreters. However, this type of communication has its drawbacks. There was also a limit on incomplete information because the intensity and tenderness of the emotions could not be expressed through translation. Having a common language (lingua franca) is the solution to this problem.