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LLED 223: Introduction to the Nature of World Englishes
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LLED 223
Section: 002/003
Instructor: Lecture: Joel Heng Hartse
Seminar: Rae-Ping Lin
Email: see syllabus
Office: Rits 113
Office Hours: By appointment
Class Schedule: see syllabus
Classroom:
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Dear LLED 223 students, welcome to the world Englishes class. Below, you will find links to course content, as well as supplementary links to other things we cover in class.

['Download the syllabus here.]


Older versions of this course can be found here, though some links may be broken.

January-April 2012

September-November 2012

Contents

Week 1: Introduction

Intro to course and syllabus.

Ken Shimura - English Lesson

Week 2: The History of English

POWERPOINT - download the Week 2 powerpoint here.


Please read before class:


Related links

Week 3: Introduction to World Englishes

READINGS:

  • Jenkins, J. (2009). The historical, social, and political context. In World Englishes: A resource book for students. (pp. 2-9) (Photocopies to be handed out in week 2.)

Additional Recommended Readings:

Powerpoint

Related links

Week 4: Inner circle: US and Canada

Theme: What is Standard English?

Please read the following before class:

Additional Recommended Readings

Powerpoint

(Please note that we did not cover everything on the PowerPoint. (Don't worry -- if we didn't cover it in class, you don't have to worry about remembering it for an exam!)

Related links

Canadian English

American English

British English

International Standard English(es)

Week 5: Outer circle: Indian English

Theme: English in popular culture

Please read the following before class:


Powerpoint is here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/p0h0zhnwt7j2glp/LLED%20223%20Week%205%20-%20India%20and%20Pop%20Culture.ppt

Related links


Additional Recommended Readings none

Week 6: Outer circle: Singapore and Malaysia

Theme: Language Policy



Powerpoint


Related links

Additional Recommended Readings

Week 7: Outer circle: Africa

Theme: Literature

Please read the following before class:


Download this week's PPT here.

ALSO: * Cliffs Notes on Chapter 1 of Things Fall Apart (I highly reccommend that you read this) http://www.cliffsnotes.com/literature/t/things-fall-apart/summary-and-analysis/part-1-chapter-1

Related Links:

Additional recommended resources:

Week 8: Expanding Circle: ASEAN & Asia

Theme: :Language in Education

Please read the following before class:

Read Japan, Korea, or China depending on your group!

345-362, DOI: 10.1080/01434632.2012.661434


Powerpoint

Related links

Additional Recommended Readings

Week 9: Expanding Circle: Japan

Theme: English in Japan

Please read this:

Stanlaw, J. (2005). Chapter 12: Japan, English, and World Englishes of Japanese English: language and culture contact. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

LINK: http://muse.jhu.edu.ezproxy.library.ubc.ca/books/9789882201897/9789882201897-15.pdf

START with the conclusion! (p. 299-300), then read pp. 286-291

PPT here: English in Japan https://www.dropbox.com/s/c7fsrq09icx7omf/LLED%20223%20Week%209%20%20English%20in%20Japan.pptx

Additional recommended readings: Moody, A. J. (2006). English in Japanese popular culture and J-Pop music. World Englishes, 25, (2), 209-222.

Week 10: Expanding Circle: Europe

Theme: Euro-English and ELF


Please read the following before class:


PPT here: Euro-English and ELF: https://www.dropbox.com/s/0tsjsn4mg1wii6g/Week%2010%20-%20Euro-English%20and%20ELF.ppt

Week 11: Research Papers

SIGN UP for a one-on-one consultation on your paper here. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AqdhpN2NgUqidDMxUzdpV0lRdmdqdEdFb2hFc3FYekE&usp=sharing#gid=0


USE THIS CHECKLIST to help you prepare a good paper! https://www.dropbox.com/s/cbx8e2wf9gqomdc/Research%20Paper%20Checklist%202014.doc

Week 12: Assessments

Final exam, presentations, and course evaluations

Additional material that may be of interest

Linguistic Imperialism

Robert Phillipson's website.

Tove Skutnabb-Kangas' website (Phillipson's wife and co-author)

Future of English and Other Languages

Graddol, D. (2006). "The World Languages System" and "English Challenged" in English Next (pp. 60- 64 only!). British Council.

Turner, M. (2012). The world's most widely spoken languages. Retrieved from http://www2.ignatius.edu/faculty/turner/languages.htm

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