International Journal of Language & Linguistics

ISSN 2374-8850 (Print), 2374-8869 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijll

A Case Study: A Teaching Model for English Teachers as Foreign Language to Be Reproduced in Rural Areas in Developing Countries
Master. Roxana Jiménez Rodríguez, Master. Ileana Mora Marín

English as a Second Language (SL) is widely considered the language of opportunities in developing countries. Coleman (2010) states that English may contribute to employment and facilitate international mobility as well as access to research. In the last years, according to Jesenská (2010) the spread of outsourcing services has impacted the main income in countries located in Latin America, Middle East, and North of Africa. This fact has created an extrinsic need to learn English; more people see the command of this language as a way to climb the pay scale. Nunan (2003) conducted a survey to explore the impact of English in the Asian-Pacific Region. He found out that in spite of the investment on sources to provide English in Asian Countries, there should be educational policies to ensure appropriate teaching training and adequate methodologies depending on the target audience.

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