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GLOBAL ISSUES IN LANGUAGE
EDUCATION NEWSLETTER
December 1997 - Issue No. #29

Two key events this December were the Kyoto environmental summit and the global landmine ban signed in Ottawa. To mark these, our last newsletter of 1997 features articles on environmental education, teaching activities from Green Teacher magazine and a classroom simulation on landmines. Also included are articles on using the Internet to promote global awareness, learning about far-away countries, using cultural objects to teach about Africa, a conference report from Korea TESOL, global education books for your holiday reading, a summary of our Global Issues SIG's 1997 activities, global issue presentations given at JALT regional chapters and a list of global calendars for 1998. Best wishes to everyone for a Happy New Year!

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