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08 Feb
Teaching Languages as Global Languages
Event Type

Lectures, Symposia, Etc.

Topic

Humanities, Diversity

Target Audience

Faculty, Graduate Students

University Unit
Department of French and Italian
Hashtag

#global languages,

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Teaching Languages as Global Languages

This is a past event.

How do we teach second languages from a global perspective? What does it mean to go global in the L2 classroom?What variety should be--or gets--taught?What do these questions imply for textbooks? This session is for language instructors or students who want to think about two emblematic case studies in varieties of language in teaching. Two experienced instructors will present case studies from their home language unit. Discussion to follow. All are welcome!

Quel(s) françaisenseigner ? What do French teachers say ?

Brett Wells, TeachingProfessor in French and French Language Coordinator This talk is part of a research project done in conjunction with Ida Chavoshan (NYU) and Talar Kaloustian (College of Philadelphia)

Ayni: The Collaborative Teaching of Quechua

Alana DeLoge, Quechua Instructor in the Department of Linguistics This talk is part of the collaborative project, QINTI: The Quechua Innovation and Teaching Initiative, housed at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

Wednesday, February 8 at 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Cathedral of Learning, 501
Fifth Ave at Bigelow, Pittsburgh, 15213

Teaching Languages as Global Languages

How do we teach second languages from a global perspective? What does it mean to go global in the L2 classroom?What variety should be--or gets--taught?What do these questions imply for textbooks? This session is for language instructors or students who want to think about two emblematic case studies in varieties of language in teaching. Two experienced instructors will present case studies from their home language unit. Discussion to follow. All are welcome!

Quel(s) françaisenseigner ? What do French teachers say ?

Brett Wells, TeachingProfessor in French and French Language Coordinator This talk is part of a research project done in conjunction with Ida Chavoshan (NYU) and Talar Kaloustian (College of Philadelphia)

Ayni: The Collaborative Teaching of Quechua

Alana DeLoge, Quechua Instructor in the Department of Linguistics This talk is part of the collaborative project, QINTI: The Quechua Innovation and Teaching Initiative, housed at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

Wednesday, February 8 at 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Cathedral of Learning, 501
Fifth Ave at Bigelow, Pittsburgh, 15213

Target Audience

Faculty, Graduate Students

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