Open Access Honors Program Thesis
Teaching English as a Foreign Language is becoming more popular as English is in high demand in countries throughout the world because of globalization (Niklov, 2006). The chief difference between English as a Foreign Language (EFL) and English as a Second Language (ESL) is that the language is being learned in a non-English speaking community (.EFL) versus an English speaking community (ESL). These non-English speaking communities are being affected by multinational corporations. As businesses grow and globalize, flourishing across continents, factories and branches are sprouting up in places all over the world. Technology, too, has contributed to the spread of English by making a country halfway around the world accessible by a click of the mouse.
Year of Submission
Department of English Language and Literature
University Honors Designation
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the designation University Honors
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©2010 Laura Elizabeth Messerly
Messerly, Laura Elizabeth, "Creating Units For Second Grade Learners of English as a Foreign Language" (2010). Honors Program Theses. 718.