As an English teacher, you might have heard a lot about English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) from a theoretical perspective.
But you might be wondering:
- Is it even possible to teach ELF?
- How would I go about it?
- How would it differ from teaching EFL or ESL?
That’s why in this video, I’m going to give you 7 easy-to-follow practical principles for teaching ELF that you can apply right away in your classes.
This will help you make the switch from EFL to ELF easily and give you a ton of practical ideas.
What are your main take aways from this video? How can you implement these 7 principles into your teaching?
Let me know in the comments section.
And if you want more practical ideas for teaching ELF, check out my on-line course “The Ultimate Guide to Teaching English as a Lingua Franca”, which was the 2019 ELTons finalist for innovation in teacher resources.
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