English | 2022 | ISBN: 9781003147039 | 243 pages | True PDF | 3.67 MB
Timely and accessible, this edited volume brings together leading scholars to discuss methods for supporting reconciliation, peace, and sustainable and social change in English language teaching. Around the world, peace and reconciliation are urgent themes that are inextricably connected to the study and practice of teaching English.
The book features a diversity of voices and addresses pedagogies of peace, universal responsibility, and global interdependence in the domain of English language education. Organized in three strands, Part 1 addresses policy and implementation, Part 2 addresses teacher education, and Part 3 addresses content and lesson planning. With chapters drawn from a dozen countries and contexts, this book paves the way for English language teachers to harness their social capital and pedagogical agency to create sustainable peace globally and locally, and in and outside the classroom. It is essential reading for scholars and students in TESOL, applied linguistics, and peace education.
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