Thursday 25 November
This workshop will take place online via Microsoft Teams. We will email the link to join one day in advance. Please join in plenty of time for the workshop to start promptly.
Tackling controversial issues in the languages classroom
From Black Lives Matter to the climate crisis; from immigration to gender bias; from polarising politics to mental health - controversial issues permeate the curriculum, and they spark curiosity and often passion in young people. So how can we approach these issues in the context of language learning? This workshop will explore strategies for tackling controversial issues safely and effectively in the languages classroom.
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