Artistic research[ edit ] The controversial trend of artistic teaching becoming more academics-oriented is leading to artistic research being accepted as the primary mode of enquiry in art as in the case of other disciplines. As such, it is similar to the social sciences in using qualitative research and intersubjectivity as tools to apply measurement and critical analysis. It is based on artistic practices, methods, and criticality. Through presented documentation, the insights gained shall be placed in a context.
The Teaching of World Englishes in Taiwan Abstract Much research on English in the contemporary world displays a tension between viewing English as a global language and suggesting that there are Englishes that are developing around the world, particularly in post-colonial contexts. This proposed study will explore the implications of post-colonial Englishes for the teaching of English in foreign language contexts like Taiwan.
I hope that as a result of this study, teachers including me will be able to make wise decisions about how to develop English language curricula that will help students in Taiwan face the proliferation of non-native Englishes. Review of Literature H. One issue that both conservatives and their critics address concerns language standardization in a context of change.
Examples of these include the English varieties of India, Singapore, Nigeria, the Philippines, and other former colonies of Britain and the United States.
The question of a Global English versus local World Englishes remains an issue that is taken up in different ways in different contexts. In language education, the question often takes the following form as expressed by Phillipson: Phillipson notes that linguists such as Randolph Quirk have defended the teaching of a single international standard for English.
This position suggests that English is best taught by native speakers and that the best ideas about how to teach EFL come from English-speaking countries, two tenets that Phillipson calls fallacious. In a similar example, Chumbow and Bobda describe how, despite its widespread use, the Pidgin English of Cameroon has no official status in the country.
It is only after British English that they rank Indian English. In the examples of Singapore, Cameroon, and India, government and educational policy seem out of touch with the realities of English indigenization. This study will involve two parts: Conrad, and Alma Rubal-Lopez.
Contributions to the Sociology of Language Mouton de Gruyter, The Alchemy of English: English in the Global Context.
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English language teaching, with particular emphasis on English as a second language (or as is the term used in South Africa’s [SA] Department of Basic Education’s [DBE] curriculum policy documents, English as a first additional language [EFAL]).
Sample Proposal. We offer the following as an example of a strong proposal. sociocultural differences figured into the experience of teaching, specifically in the language arts curriculum. Our project is nearing completion. In fact, condensed versions of the opening chapters of our Inside/Outside: Teacher Research and.
the research proposal # central research question: Research questions steer the student’s research, and the central research question should reflect the subject of research in a concise way. # theoretical (desk) research questions: Questions should reflect relevant theoretical concepts that apply to the topic under research by the student, i.e.
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