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dc.creatorTorres R, Julio C.
dc.date2015-10-01
dc.identifierhttps://revistas.unilibre.edu.co/index.php/interaccion/article/view/2338
dc.identifier10.18041/1657-7531/interaccion.0.2338
dc.descriptionThe present study is a three-stage action research that aims at raising EFL teachers’ awareness of English as an International Language (EIL) and World Englishes (WE) within a critical perspective of inquiry. Through a taught module on English and its varieties, a survey, a reflection paper, and a semi-structured interview were used to collect the data. The results of the study showed that there was a clear change of conception, at the theoretical level, in teachers’ papers. However, WE was regarded as future possibility for action. On the one hand, all of the participants said the module changed their conception of other varieties of English different from British and American ones. They all went from identifying themselves with either American or British variety, a celebratory perspective, to acknowledging and accepting other English varieties, a critical perspective of English as an international language (EIL).en-US
dc.descriptionEl presente estudio es una investigación acción de tres etapas cuyo objetivo es el incremento de la conciencia de los profesores sobre el inglés como lengua internacional (ILI) y sobre las diferentes variedades de inglés en el mundo (IM) dentro de un perspectiva crítica. A través de un módulo de enseñanza de inglés y sus variedades, se usaron una encuesta, un trabajo de reflexión y una entrevista semiestructurada para recoger los datos. Los resultados del estudio mostraron que había un claro cambio en la concepción, en términos teóricos, en los trabajos escritos de los profesores. Sin embargo, las variedades de inglés en el mundo IM se vieron como una posibilidad de acción. De un lado, todos los participantes dijeron que el módulo cambió su concepción de otras variedades del inglés diferentes de la británica o la americana. Ellos cambiaron de identificarse con la variedad estadounidense o británica, una perspectiva celebrista, a reconocer y aceptar otras variedades de inglés, una perspectiva crítica del inglés como lengua internacional (ILI).es-ES
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dc.publisherAvances de Investigaciónes-ES
dc.relationhttps://revistas.unilibre.edu.co/index.php/interaccion/article/view/2338/1789
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dc.sourceInteracción; Vol. 14 (2015): Interacción - Volumen 14; 97-110es-ES
dc.source1657-7531
dc.source1657-7531
dc.subjectConciencia del profesores-ES
dc.subjectinglés como lengua internacional (ILI)es-ES
dc.subjectpresentación de ILIes-ES
dc.subjectvariedades de inglés en el mundoes-ES
dc.subjectlingüística aplicada críticaes-ES
dc.titleRaising High School English Teachers’ awareness of EILen-US
dc.titleEl incremento de la conciencia del inglés como lengua internacional ILI en profesores de educación mediaes-ES
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