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GLOBAL ISSUES IN LANGUAGE
EDUCATION NEWSLETTER
March 1998 - Issue No. #30

Our first newsletter of 1998 focusses on multimedia and experiential education. Featured articles deal with promoting handicap and landmine awareness through simulations, the teaching of English through global issue movies, bringing the world into the classroom through oral interviews, and a global education English program at a Tokyo girls' high school. Also included are articles on the International Declaration of Linguistic Rights, a student environmental awareness survey from Green Teacher magazine, a "global issues and peace education" summer academy in Lebanon, and a profile of key books on women's issues. We look forward to bringing you more global education news over the coming year. Good luck with your spring global issues language teaching!

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