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GLOBAL ISSUES IN LANGUAGE
EDUCATION NEWSLETTER
December 1998 - Issue No. #33

This issue, our last newsletter of 1998, features articles about taking students on environmental field trips, teaching about the world's indigenous peoples, education in Bangladesh and an essay on the challenge of teaching the Israeli-Palestinian peace process in English-as-a-foreign-language classes. Also included are a classic global education reading passage on experiencing poverty, fall conference reports from KoTESOL (Korea) and ETA-ROC (Taiwan), human rights education books for your holiday reading, a summary of our Global Issues SIG's 1998 activities, and a list of global calendars for 1999.

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