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English Medium Instruction in Higher Education in Asia-Pacific
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EMI issues and challenges in Asia-Pacific higher education: An introduction By Ian Walkinshaw, Ben Fenton-Smith & Pamela Humphreys.- Part I The languages of higher education in East and Southeast Asia: Will EMI lead to Englishisation? By Andy Kirkpatrick.- EMI programs in a Vietnamese university: Language, pedagogy and policy issues By Nguyen Thu Huong, Ian Walkinshaw and Pham Hoa Hiep.- English medium instruction in Korean higher education: Challenges and future directions By Eun Gyong (E.G.) Kim.- English medium instruction in higher education in Pakistan: Policies, perceptions, problems and possibilities By Ahmar Mahboob.- EMI in Anglophone nations: Contradiction in terms or cause for consideration? By Pamela Humphreys.- The significance of EMI for the learning of EIL in higher education: Four cases from Japan By Nobuyuki Hino.- English as a medium of instruction in Singapore higher education By Kingsley Bolton and Werner Botha.- Language policy and Transnational Education (TNE) institutions: What role for what English? By Stuart Perrin.- A case study of assessment in English medium instruction in Cambodia By Stephen Moore.- Part II Professional development for EMI: Exploring Taiwanese lecturers' needs By Ben Fenton-Smith, Christopher Stillwell and Roger Dupuy.- "Being a professor and doing EMI properly isn't easy". An identity-theoretic investigation of content teachers' attitudes towards EMI at a university in Hong Kong By John Trent.- English as a medium of instruction in Indonesian higher education: A study of lecturers' perceptions By Anita Dewi.- Multilingualis and translanguaging in the teaching of and through English: Rethinking linguistic boundaries in an Australian university By Kathleen Heugh, Li Xuan and Song Ying.- English medium education in a university in Brunei Darussalam: Code-switching and intelligibility By Ishamina Athirah and David Deterding.- Unwritten rules: Code choice in task-based learner discourse in an EMI context in Japan By Paul Moore.

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