Changing Englishes: An Online Course for Teachers
This course was originally written by Christopher J Hall with Rachel Wicaksono in 2013, and fully updated and revised in 2019. The original version was supported by a British Council ELT Research Partnership award and a grant from the York St John Business School.
The course is an output from the ELT Research Partnership award scheme funded by the British Council to promote innovation in English language teaching research. The views expressed are not necessarily those of the British Council.
Referencing the course: Hall, C. J. and Wicaksono, R. (2020). Changing Englishes: An online course for teachers (v.02.2). Online. Available at www.changingenglishes.online
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. You are free to use all material with appropriate attribution.
- MA TESOL (1 year full time, 2 years part time; also with Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai)
- MA by Research (1 year full time, 2 years part time; 30,000 word thesis)
- Professional Doctorate in Applied Linguistics (part time 4-6 years; mostly distance learning; courses + 25,000-50,000 word thesis)
- PhD in Linguistics (3-4 years full time, 6-8 years part time; 100,000 word thesis)
Special Thanks To
● Khawla Badwan (and Abeer, Ayah, Nida, and Rana)
● Jeremy Cooper
● Melissa Forfitt
● Harrison Hoggarth
● Tracey Milnes
● Judith Mader
● Alexandra Ruhl
● Norbert Dajnowski
Thanks Also To
● Leigh Clark
● Kaspar Forrest
● Juan Galindo
● Shu Liu
● Yuan Qian
● Adrian Simmons
● Bonny Xu
● Yang Xu
● Dasha Zhurauskaya
● …and to all our MA Applied Linguistics students who have used this course as part of their Master’s programme
Thanks to the teachers who gave us helpful feedback
● Ioana Catalina Anuta ● Mehdi Kardan
● Rosie Bloy ● Omid Karami
● Ian Bolger ● Sandra Kozorog
● Dailyn Brown ● Daniel Pun
● Coralie Clerc ● Chris Richards
● Philip Cozens ● Gulnar Ussenova
● Tanja Debevc ● Aigerim Urazbekova
● Alice Gruber ● Anna-Janina Wittan
● Cristiana Ziraldo
You can let us know what you think about the design of this course by emailing Chris Hall.
We look forward to hearing from you!