Attitudes towards accents of English at the British Council, Penang:What do the students want?

@inproceedings{Mcgee2016AttitudesTA,
  title={Attitudes towards accents of English at the British Council, Penang:What do the students want?},
  author={Kyle Mcgee},
  year={2016}
}
Students often come to the British Council to learn proper English and accent. They assume native speakers possess accents and methods that will best aid them in learning. However, recent literature has appeared promoting local accents, teachers, and variations of English. Also, some question exists as to the meaning of a British accent as it varies by region and country. The British Council staff reflects a variety of countries leaving one to question what model and accents is promoted to the… CONTINUE READING

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