Why Global Issues? ,

In this fourth book in the Legacy series, Linda Ruas argues that we have a responsibility to bring global issues into our ELT classes. It’s the age of people power, the age of social unrest. We need to both reflect the real world outside the class and prepare learners for using their English in this world. In this short introduction to global issues, the author discusses why we should teach them, which global issues we should teach and how we can integrate global issues into practical ELT tasks.

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About the Author

Linda Ruas has been teaching and training teachers for many years, in Brazil, Japan and now back home in London. Recently she’s worked on projects in São Tomé and Príncipe, has taught refugees at the camp in Calais and trained volunteer teachers of refugees in Greece. She currently teaches ESOL and CELTA at LSEC, London, is IATEFL Global Issues SIG Joint Coordinator and runs the New Internationalist Easier English wiki.

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