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Abstract The paper is structured in three parts. Part 1 discusses the position and status of English in 15 countries or education systems in East Asia, with the term East Asia used to cover Southeast and Northeast Asia. Part 2 of the paper is devoted to recent developments in English Language...
Abstract In this paper, the authors trace the development of education and the issue of language in education in Brunei Darussalam from 1906 to the present. They look at some of the planned and unplanned language programmes and initiatives, and discuss the problems encountered in implementing...
Abstract This article examines the changes in English Language teaching in Malaysia since its independence in 1957. It traces the problems encountered as the methodology for teaching English changed from a structural‐situational approach to a communicative approach. To illustrate the...
Abstract In this paper, the authors outline the development of ELT in the PRC in the last 10 years or so as seen in the wider context of educational reform in the country and the new direction towards quality education. Despite the influence of communicative language teaching and other language...
Abstract This paper describes and analyses the changes and innovations in English language teaching in Singapore from the 1980s to the 1990s. The review includes a brief historical look at changes in the English language syllabuses from the colonial days to the recently launched 2001 syllabus....
Abstract This paper traces developments in English Language syllabuses in Singapore from 1959 to 2001. It discusses the features and emphases of these syllabuses and the place of grammar in English language teaching. It also presents the main features of the English Language Syllabus 2001 and...
Abstract This paper gives an overview of English education in Taiwan. It traces the historical development of ELT in the country, discusses ELT today, and the implications of foreign language policies on ELT in schools in Taiwan.
Abstract This paper traces the historical development of English Language teaching in Thailand, the reasons for the re‐thinking and the initiative in the new National Education Curriculum, and the problems experienced during the implementation of these initiatives.
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