Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
This paper is based on a second internship which took place at the TASIS school in England during the summer of 1983. The paper includes three lessons entitled "Values Geography," "Problem in the City," and "The Changing City." These three exercises were used to create an environment in which students could develop a heightened awareness of social and political issues and their importance on a local and global level. These student-determined issues are also designed to increase cross-cultural awareness and improve students' communicative competence.
Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education | Curriculum and Social Inquiry | Education
Conley, William Michael, "Exercises for Student-Generated Social and Political Issues in the ESL Classroom" (1984). MA TESOL Collection. 588.