Delta Publishing Catalogue

Teaching English as a Lingua Franca - The journey from EFL to ELF

Teaching English as a Lingua Franca is an authoritative analysis of why and how English is used as an international language - and an argument for teaching it differently. It is the result if both academic investigation and practical experience, but, above all, of the conviction that a change is necessary. The authors reformulate ELF (English as a Foreign Language) as ELF (English as a Lingua Franca) - the way language is now used and will be used in the future - hoping to effect a serious shift in our pedagogy and practice.

Authors: Marek Kiczkowiak, Robert J. Lowe

ISBN: 9783125017351

Series:Delta Teacher Development Series

The book aims to:

  • help teachers understand the concept of English as a Lingua Franca 
  • help learners to operate as users of English as a global language
  • provide opportunities to ove towards a new approach to ELT

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Marek Kiczkowiak

Marek is the founder of TEFL Equity Advocates and Academy, where he helps English teachers tackle native-speakerism while teaching ELF. He has a CELTA, a DELTA and PhD in TESOL, and has taught English since 2007 in Europe and Latin America. He is a passionate language learner, and speaks six foreign languages.

Robert J. Lowe

Robert is a lecturer in the Department of English Communications at Tokyo Kasei University, Japan. He holds a DipTESOL, and an MA and PhD in Applied Linguistics. He has published a number of articles in teaching magazines and academic journals, and has been a co-host of The TEFLology Podcast since 2014.