How the lingua franca model can help Japanese students learn English

08/17/2014 | Japan Times, The

Learning English as a lingua franca -- a common language spoken between nonnative speakers -- could boost Japanese students' confidence as they acquire English language skills, advocates say. The method is a departure from the traditional native speaker model, which emphasizes grammatical correctness, but which has not seen tremendous success in Japan.

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