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GLOBAL ISSUES IN LANGUAGE
EDUCATION NEWSLETTER
June 2005 - Issue No. #57

Our summer newsletter comes out on the 60th anniversary of World War II (1945-2005) and in the wake of the July G-8 summit. Included here are sections on teaching about WWII as well as reports on Live 8 and the Make Poverty History campaign. Articles focus on teaching global issues using photojournalism websites, how political cartoons can promote language skills, political awareness and intercultural understanding plus a report on the Asian tsunami by an EFL teacher who did volunteer relief work in Thailand. Also included are a report on TESOL 2005 plus books on global themes. Have a great summer!

Contents #57

  • News from JALT and other language teaching organizations

  • Conference Report: Global Issues at TESOL 2005 (San Antonio, Texas)

  • Intercultural Communication through Political Cartoons by Joan Kelly

  • Global Issues through Photojournalism Websites by Greg Goodmacher

  • Volunteering for Tsunami Relief in Thailand by Lynn Gregory

  • Special feature: Teaching about World War II

  • Campaign Profile: Make Poverty History / Live 8 / One

  • News and information / Who's Doing What?

  • Book Profiles: Reference Books on Global Themes

  • Language teaching textbooks on global issue topics

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