This site will look much better in a browser that supports web standards, but it is accessible to any browser or Internet device.

globe
GLOBAL ISSUES IN LANGUAGE
EDUCATION NEWSLETTER
Fall 1994 - Issue No. #16
Articles from the
next issue:

Issue#17

Articles from the
previous issue:

Issue#15

It's been a long hot summer in Japan! We hope you all had a productive holiday. This issue features an exciting variety of news and information on global education: articles on teaching global issues in England and on designing an environmental high school text in Mexico, conference reports and a preview of JALT'94 plus teaching ideas and resources for two key dates this fall: World Food Day (Oct. 16) and United Nations Day (Oct. 24). We wish you good luck with your global education language teaching this fall and look forward to receiving your comments, news or articles for printing in a future newsletter.

Contents #16

  • Global education news from language teaching organizations

  • Articles on global education themes from language teaching journals

  • Articles on global education themes from language teaching journals

  • Conference Preview: JALT'94 (Oct. 7-10 in Matsuyama, Japan)

  • Conference Reports: WEF / LIOJ / JET Renewers' Conference

  • Teaching About the United Nations

  • Teaching About World Hunger

  • Create a World by Kim Scranton

  • Producing an Ecology-Based Textbook by A. Lopez et al

  • A Practical Response to Global Issues by Julie Whitington

  • Information Sharing Section / Who's Doing What?

  • International Understanding and the JET Program(me) by Donn Durante

  • New language teaching textbooks dealing with global issues

  • Global education materials available from the Global Issues Network

*****

Please note that the most recent issues of the newsletter are available to subscribers only. Please check our subcription page at http://www.gilesig.org/join.htm for more details about subscribing.

You can search the site by using the above tabs or click on the links below.







Kip A. Cates, Tottori University, Koyama, Tottori City, JAPAN 680-8551
E-mail: kcates@gilesig.org Work Tel/Fax: 0857-31-5650
Website: http://www.gilesig.org
Newsletter: www.gilesig.org/newsletter