Maintaining and Setting Standards and Language Variation in the Asian Pacific Region

Special issue of Journal of Asian Pacific Communication 12:1 (2002)

Editor
Amy B.M. Tsui | University of Hong Kong
[Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 12:1] 2002.  vi, 184 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles
Setting standards and language variation: A dilemma for language education
Amy B.M. Tsui and Stephen J. Andrews
1–11
Selecting models and setting standards for teachers of English in Hong Kong
David Coniam and Peter Falvey
13–37
Teacher language awareness and language standards
Stephen J. Andrews
39–62
Setting language benchmarks: Whose benchmark?
David Bunton and Amy B.M. Tsui
63–76
Counting and dis-counting learner group variation: English language and literacy standards in Australia
Chris Davison and Penny McKay
77–94
Language policy and English language standards in Malaysia: Nationalism versus pragmatism
Saran Kaur Gill
95–115
Language standards and language variation in Brunei Darussalam: The understanding of would by native and non-native speakers of English
Agneta M-L Svalberg
117–141
Changing attitudes toward TEWOL in Korea
Rosa Jinyoung Shim
143–158
Constructing an official English for China, 1949–2000
Bob Adamson and Ora Kwo
159–183
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Subjects

Main BIC Subject

CF: Linguistics

Main BISAC Subject

LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General