Hypothesis: If English as a second language students use Internet as a tool they will learn stuff that they would never find in a classroom.
Objective: Get students to get in touch with English-speaking cultures, online trends & phenomena and hopefully interact with native speakers.
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The spread of social networks and web communities is making English exchange among non-native speakers the new norm. At the same time, such technology is changing perceptions about “standard” English.
“Very soon, businesses and individuals will increasingly move away from a deficit model of ESL speech to the realization that speaking English as a second language means that the individual comes with an asset. They must be familiar with another language and culture, and therefore be able to offer new perspectives and innovative insights to the workplace.”
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Cousin: how do you say “girl” vs “goal”?
Me: girlll, goaaaal
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