Questioning the ‘International’ of the International Teaching Materials Used in Australian ELICOS Institutions: Journal Review

Teaching foreign language should involve teaching culture ranging from source, target and international culture. This should be reflected in teaching materials including textbooks and workbooks. This research seeks to investigate whether or not the materials presented in the teaching and learning process fulfill the requirement of being international institutions as claimed by English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students (ELICOS) institutions in three reputable Australian universities.

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