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Spring 2002 - Issue No. #46

Our spring newsletter is late coming out, but is full of exciting ideas, resources and information on global education and language teaching. This issue features an article on teaching population issues using the Internet as well as language activities built around a classic peace education cartoon. Our featured topic is !global education and the World Cup.! This includes a FIFA-UNICEF children's campaign, global issue quotes from soccer players and celebrities, the global education philosophy of Japan soccer coach Philippe Troussier plus World Cup teaching ideas to raise your students' global awareness. Also included are a report on the TESOL 2002 conference in Salt Lake City, books for teaching about global organizations and a list of global issue summer programs and events.

Contents #46

  • Global issue and global education summer programs

  • Abstracts of global education articles from language teaching journals

  • News from JALT and other language teaching organizations

  • Feature: Internet Websites on Global Issues and Language Teaching

  • Conference Report: TESOL 2002 (April 8 - 13 in Salt Lake City, USA)

  • Population Studies on the Web by Katharine Isbell

  • The Two Donkeys A Peace Education Cartoon

  • Global Issues, Global Education and the World Cup

  • News and Information / Who's Doing What?

  • New language teaching textbooks dealing with global issue topics

  • Book Profiles: Resource Books on International Organizations (NGOs)


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