Syllabus/achievement requirements

The Global Englishes Course has

  1. A course book which students need to buy:

Schnieder, E.W. (2011) English around the world: an introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


  1. A compendium of the following  readings from different sources:
  • Kirkpatrick, A. (2007). World Englishes: Implications for international communication and English language teaching. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pgs. 5-37
  • Melchers, G. and Shaw, P. (2003) World Englishes: An introduction. London, UK: Arnold. Pgs. 10-31
  • Svartvik, J. and G. Leech (2006) English: One Tongue Many Voices. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.  Pgs. 191-205
  • Mackenzie, I. (2014) English as a Lingua Franca Theorizing and teaching English. London: Routledge. Pp. 1-18
  • Cogo, A. and M. Dewey (2012) Analysing Engish as a Lingua Franca. London: Continuum. Pp. 1-24
  • Seidlehofer, B. (2010) ’Orientations in ELF research: form and function’ In Mauranen, A. and E. Ranta (eds.) English as a Lingua Franca: studies and findings. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Pgs. 37-59
  • Ranta, E. (2009) ‘Syntactic features of spoken ELF- learner language or spoken grammar?’ In Mauranen, A. and E. Ranta (eds.) English as a Lingua Franca: studies and findings. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Pgs. 84-106
  • Jenkins, J. (2007). English as a lingua franca: Attitude and identity. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Pgs. 65-108
  • Munro, M.J. (2003) ‘A primer on accent discrimination in the Canadian context’ In TESL Canada Journal, Vol. 20, Pp. 38-51
  • Kachru, Y., & Smith, L. E. (2008). Cultures, contexts, and world Englishes. London: Routledge. Pgs. 59-70
  • Munro, M.J., T.M. Derwing and S.L. Morton (2006) ‘The mutual intelligibility of L2 speech’ in Studies in Second Language Acquisition, Vol. 12, Pp. 111-131
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