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GLOBAL ISSUES IN LANGUAGE
EDUCATION NEWSLETTER
June 1998 - Issue No. #31

Our 1998 summer newsletter features articles on environmental activities for creating a "green classroom", ideas for teaching about refugees through a simulation board game, and a survey of World Wide Web sites that can bring the world into your classroom. Also included are articles on a student field trip to a peace museum, a non-violent vocabulary game to play instead of "Hangman", a conference report on global issues at TESOL'98 in Seattle, news of global education summer programs in Japan and abroad plus a review of key reference books for promoting global awareness. Enjoy the summer holiday and good luck with your planning for an exciting fall semester of global issues language teaching!

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