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The implications of the LFC for the Arab context

By Wafa Shahada Zoghbor


This is the original published article. It is reproduced here with the publisher's permission. The article may be available at purpose of this paper is to report on the\ud fieldwork of a current doctoral thesis to\ud investigate the influence of a pronunciation\ud syllabus based on the Lingua Franca Core (LFC)\ud in improving the intelligibility and comprehensibility\ud of Arab learners. The paper will introduce\ud a sample of how this syllabus has been designed\ud based on a Contrastive Analysis (CA) between\ud the LFC and the phonology of Modern Standard\ud Arabic (MSA). It will then present a workable\ud example of how the pronunciation elements of\ud the LFC syllabus can be integrated in adopted\ud textbooks and discuss the classroom practice\ud which the LFC necessitates

Publisher: International Association of Teachers of Foreign Language (IATEFL)
Year: 2009
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