Enrico Grazzi is Associate Professor of English at the University of Roma Tre, Department of Foreign Languages, Literatures and Cultures, where he teaches English for the degree course in Foreign Languages and Cultures.
His main interests are English as a lingua franca (ELF), educational linguistics, and sociocultural theory (SCT). His principal research projects are based on a Vygotskian approach to second language development that incorporates ELF theory and Network-based Language Teaching (NBLT). This field of research is mainly concerned with English language teaching (ELT) and the implementation of innovative learning activities such as fanfiction and intercultural telecollaboration.
Enrico Grazzi is also a qualified teacher trainer and a textbook writer. He is a past President of TESOL-Italy (2002-2004), and is a member of the Associazione Italiana di Anglistica (AIA) and of the English as a Lingua Franca Research Network (ELF ReN) and CultNet.
Trajectories of Change in English Language Teaching
The spread of English as the world’s primary lingua franca (ELF) is an epiphenomenon of global...
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