Globalization, Plurilingualism and Young Learners in Mexico and Beyond

Caroline Linse, Alina Gamboa

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    Abstract

    In the 21st century the teaching of English to young learners (TEYL) has become a truly global phenomenon. It is therefore important to deepen our understanding of the lived experience of TEYL in the very different settings where it is being taught. The 11 research-led accounts included in this volume are by TEYL teachers, teacher educators and other important stakeholders in a range of contexts around the world. The accounts span a variety of topics and issues in TEYL, each of personal importance to the authors themselves, and resonant with TEYL educators everywhere. The fresh practical and theoretical perspectives on different facets of TEYL that the chapters offer provide teachers and researchers with a set of stimulating ideas which can inform debate and pedagogical innovation in all areas of language teaching and educational research.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationInternational Perspectives on Teaching English to Young Learners
    EditorsS. Rich
    PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
    ISBN (Print)9781137023223
    Publication statusPublished - Nov 2014

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