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English Language Education in South Asia

 

 

English Language Education in South Asia - From Policy to Pedagogy


Edited by: Lesley Farrel 
Edited by: Udaya Narayana Singh 
Edited by: Ram Ashish Giri 

Rs.795 (10% discount)
Rs.716 | $37 | HB | 312 Pages
ISBN: 9788175967809

Publisher: Foundation Books


In South Asia, English is the major link language for people from diverse linguistic backgrounds. With globalisation and the subsequent rise in the demand of English, almost all South Asian countries are in the process of introducing English at the early school level. This widens the scope of investigating into the national policies regarding English and probing the status of English language in relation to pedagogy in the countries of the South Asian region.

English Language Education in South Asia provides a strong foundation for scholarly work on ELE in South Asia. The volume contains compilation of scholarly and investigative essays, especially written for this volume, by some of the most prominent and emerging scholars of English language education in South Asia. The chapters provide up-to-date information on the politics, policy, theory and practice of ELE in seven countries of South Asia - Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. The volume, divided into three sections - Policy, Pedagogy and Politics of Pedagogy - investigates how the socio-economic, local and global language politics shape the ELE in South Asia. It also addresses the theoretical as well as practical issues of classroom procedures, teacher preparation programmes, resource management, examinations, educational constraints and limitations.

Contents
Foreword
Contributors
Introduction

Section 1: Policy
Chapter1: English education in South Asia: the Challenges of Globalisation
Chapter 2: The changing Global-Local Linguistic Landscape in India
Chapter 3: A friendly Knife? English in the Context of Sri Lankan Language Planning
Chapter4: Policy Documents on English in India and their Implications
Chapter 5: The Making of Nepal’s Language Policy: Importation of Ideologies
Chapter 6: Bhutan’s Language Policy: Where Does English Stand?
Chapter 7: Ways Forward: State of EFL Affairs in the Afghans …

Section 2: Pedagogy
Chapter 8: The Theory, Practice and Pedagogy of English as a Foreign Language in Nepal
Chapter 9: Filling a Training Gap: Combining English Language …
Chapter 10: Teacher Training and Teaching Practice: The Changing Landscape of ELT …
Chapter 11: ELT Professional Associations: Their Changing Roles and Responsibilities
Chapter 12: The Role of ELT Professional Associations in South Asia: A Case
Chapter 13: Promoting ELE in Nepal: The NELTA Way
Chapter 14: Project-based Learning to Facilitate Learner Autonomy
Chapter 15:Testing Oral Skill Competence in the School Leaving Certificate Examination in Nepal …

Section 3: Politics of Pedagogy
Chapter 16: English as Linguistic Capital in a Globalising World …
Chapter 17: The Teaching of English in India: A Narrative of Nation Making
Chapter 18: ELE Policy and Pedagogy in India: A Study of the Curriculum Framework …

Epilogue
Appendices

Author/Editor Details
Edited by: Lesley Farrel , Professor and Associate Dean (Research and Development), Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Technology, Sydney
Edited by: Udaya Narayana Singh , Tagore Professor, Rabindra Bhavan, and Director, Indira Gandhi Centre for National Integration (IGCNI), Visva- Bharati, Santinketan
Edited by: Ram Ashish Giri , Reader, Faculty of Education, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

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