Концепт енглеског језика као лингве франке и његова улога у формирању образовних језичких политика у Европи

Александра Д. Павић Панић, „Техноарт Београд“, Београд, имејл: aleksandra.pavic@gmail.com
Иновације у настави, XXX, 2017/1 стр. 130–137

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doi:10.5937/inovacije1701130P

 

Резиме: Овај рад бави се темом која је дуго актуелна у научним круговима, а то је концепт енглеског језика као лингве франке (ЕЛФ) и његова улога у формирању образовних језичких политика у Европи, чији је циљ стварање плурилингвалног појединца и мултилингвалне средине које одликује толеранција и поштовање различитог. У првом делу рада се разматра распрострањеност енглеског језика на планетарном нивоу, као последица глобализације, развоја информационих технологија и потребе за доживотним усавршавањем и напретком. У другом делу се говори о образовним језичким политикама Европе, где је доминација енглеског, такође, присутна. Циљ рада је да се, на основу прегледа релевантних извора, прикаже какав утицај енглески као лингва франка има у стварању језичких политика у Европи. Извесни аутори сматрају да познавање ЕЛФ-а омогућава већу мобилност грађана Европе и учествовање у свим јавним сферама, као и да ЕЛФ може послужити у промовисању других језика и култура. Међутим, у Савету Европе постоји свест да толика доминација енглеског језика може угрозити тежњу језичких политика Европе да се створи вишејезично друштво, где су сви језици равноправни и подједнако вредни.
Кључне речи: енглески језик као лингва франка (ЕЛФ), образовне језичке политике, различитост.

Summary: The paper deals with English as a lingua franca (ELF) and its role in creating language education policies in Europe. English has been becoming an international language and a basis
of communication at global level, so it holds first place as a foreign language in many European countries. Although language education policies in Europe promote plurilingualism and cultural diversity, the dominance of English, both as a lingua franca and foreign language, is obvious. According to some authors, English as a lingua franca is not a threat to multilingualism and it can even promote it. They emphasize the importance of getting acquainted with the models of using ELF as a global, intermediary language in promoting other languages and cultures in Europe. The paper indicates that language education policies should be open and flexible, they should encourage linguistic and cultural diversity and they should recognize and implement effective multilingual models. It is also implied that pure enthusiasm is not enough to achieve these goals, political will and financial resources are necessary, too.
Key words: English as a lingua franca (ELF), language education policies, diversity.

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