Contributor Opinion: Who Owns ELT: 'The Halo Effect'
Before you start reading Nick’s post, please watch the video below which explains ‘the halo effect’ Nick refers to in the article, and shows how superficial features shape our opinions about people.
In the EFL world, being a non-Native English Speaker Teacher (NNEST) means you’re Melvin, the short guy.
Who owns English? Is it the native speakers (NS) or the non-native ones (NNS)? And who owns ELT? Is it Native English Speaker Teachers (NESTs)s or NNESTs? I would like to argue that in the latter case, we . . .
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