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Title: Which English Are You Teaching? A Survey of University Lecturers ,Belief on Pronunciation Issue
Authors: Karjo, Clara Herlina
Keywords: pronunciation teaching;native-like accent;intelligibility
Issue Date: Nov-2013
Publisher: Faculty Language and Literature of Satya Wacana Christian University - Widya Sari Press
Abstract: Pronunciation is one aspect of language which is often taken for granted in the teaching of English in Indonesian schools or universities. Even if pronunciation is taught as separate subject, one crucial issue will arise: which pronunciation norms should be taught? American English , British English, local variety English or others? This article used a survey to 25 university lecturers regarding the pronunciation issue in their teaching. The purpose is to find out their opinions of the English accent they are using, the ownership of English and the ways to improve their teaching of English. The results of this study are expected to assist the policy maker in determining which English is best for Indonesian context.
Description: The 7th International Seminar 2013 “Language Policy and Planning: What are the Issues?” Salatiga, November 20 – 21, 2013 ; p. 85 – 96
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/4218
ISBN: 978-979-1098-46-3
Appears in Collections:The 7th International Seminar 2013 "Language Policy and Planning: What are the Issues?"

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