Beyond Linguistic and Cultural Differences: When ELF (English as a Lingua Franca) Meets Telecollaboration. Meei-Ling Liaw English Department National Taichung University. The changing scene in the use of English world-wide.
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Beyond Linguistic and Cultural Differences: When ELF (English as a Lingua Franca) Meets Telecollaboration
National Taichung University
The Top Ten languages of the world (George Weber) http://www.andaman.org/BOOK/reprints/weber/rep-weber.htm
The Top Ten languages of the world
Number of participants
Number of entries
Sentence lengths, word lengths, and percentages of dictionary words
NOTE: Except the words per sentence category, variables expressed as a percentage of total words used.
Uses of social process words by country by article
Pronounce uses by country and by article
Percentages of dictionary words by country and by article
“Marked” or “deviant” lexis in the French and Taiwanese participants’ entries
Type-token ratios ofwords in forum entries by country and article
Characteristics of “Culture Four”?!
End of Project Survey
5- strongly agree, 1-strongly disagree