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GLOBAL ISSUES IN LANGUAGE
EDUCATION NEWSLETTER
Winter 2001 - Issue No. #45

This winter newsletter, originally planned for December, is finally coming out in early spring. Apologies for the delay! This issue features articles on linguistic diversity, on teaching about world religions and on teaching for charity. Also included are a report on the 2001 Asian Youth Forum (AYF), which brought together students from 11 Asian countries, and comments from language teachers on September 11. This issue also contains an appeal to language teachers to see the 2002 World Cup soccer championships as a unique opportunity - a "teachable moment" - for promoting international understanding by (1) teaching students about Korea (and Japan) and (2) raising students' global awareness by teaching about the cultures, countries and peoples of the world soccer teams taking part.

Contents #45

  • Abstracts of global education articles from language teaching journals

  • News from JALT and other language teaching organizations

  • Promoting Linguistic Diversity for Peace by Denis Cunningham (FIPLV)

  • Comments and Quotes on September 11, 2001

  • Report: Second Asian Youth Forum at PAC3 Conference, Japan

  • Teaching for Charity: Global Education in Action by Junaline Banez

  • A Rationale for Teaching Religion in English Class by Carolyn Obara

  • Teaching for International Understanding (Korea-Japan World Cup)

  • News and Information / Who's Doing What?

  • New language teaching textbooks dealing with global issue topics

  • Book Profiles: Reference Books for Global Teachers

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