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Social Justice in Language Teaching

On this course teachers explore why we should encourage our students to think critically and speak up about injustice in our world and how we can introduce social justice issues in the language classroom in a discreet, non-dogmatic way.

On this course teachers explore why we should encourage our students to think critically and about injustice in our world and how we can introduce social justice issues in the language classroom in a discreet, non-dogmatic way.

Course content
Sessions deals with the following themes:

A summary of the literature, referencing major theorists such as John Dewey and Paulo Freire.

How to introduce social justice issues in the classroom through:

  • literature
  • Young Adult Literature
  • poetry
  • drama
  • still images
  • film and video

How to evaluate language teaching practice from a social justice perspective.

How to evaluate language teaching materials from a social justice perspective.

How to write your own social justice language teaching materials.

ELT projects realted to social justice issues.

Where to find free high-quality social justice issues materials to use in the language classroom.

Dates for 2020
Monday 24th to Friday 28th February

Monday 13th to Friday 17th July

Monday 7th to Friday 11th September

Timetable

Monday to Friday, 9.30 – 11.30 and 12.00 – 14.00

Place 

Carrer Castillejos 326, Barcelona

Price

€490. You can download these payment details.

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