Global Issues in the Teaching of Language, Literature and Linguistics by Francisco Javier Díaz-PérezGlobal Issues in the Teaching of Language, Literature and Linguistics by Francisco Javier Díaz-Pérez

Global Issues in the Teaching of Language, Literature and Linguistics

EditorFrancisco Javier Díaz-Pérez, Diego Rascón Moreno, María Belén Díez-Bedmar

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This book results from a teaching innovation project funded by the University of Jaén (Spain), in which four lecturers of the English Department, the editors of the volume, were involved. The objectives of this project had to do with the development of the global citizenship generic competence in the English Studies degree and, consequently, with the introduction of global issues in language, literature and linguistics courses. The volume contains 10 chapters, pre-ceded by an introduction, and deals with the reflections of lecturers and scholars with different academic backgrounds on the inclusion of global issues in the teaching of the English Language, General Linguistics and Literature at university level.
Díaz-Pérez, Díez-Bedmar, García-Ramírez and Rascón Moreno are lecturers at the Department of English Studies in the University of Jaén (Spain). Their research interests include, respectively, Pragmatics, Translation Studies and Cross-cultural Issues; Corpus Linguistics, Learner Corpora and Language Assessment; African Literatures, Nige...
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Title:Global Issues in the Teaching of Language, Literature and LinguisticsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:8.86 × 5.91 × 0.68 inPublished:October 17, 2013Publisher:Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der WissenschaftenLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3034312555

ISBN - 13:9783034312554

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Contents: Francisco Javier Díaz-Pérez: Introduction to Global Issues in the Teaching of Language, Literature and Linguistics – Diego Rascón-Moreno: Combining Global Issues and English Teaching – Rick Sampedro: We Teach, We Touch the Future - Global Issues in ELT – Juan Ramón Guijarro-Ojeda: Queering English Studies: Paving the Way for Social Justice – Jesús Romero-Trillo: How Shall I Call You? Language Identity and ‘Otherization’ in Conflict Resolution – Ventura Salazar García: The Classification of African Languages: Historical Development and Theoretical Implications – Bill Phillips: Global Citizenship, Ecocriticism and the Teaching of Literature – Maya G. Vinuesa: Their Songs of Exile, Their Drums of Loss: On (Un)translatable Odysseys – José M. Yebra: Gender Politics and Sexual Dissidence in Literary Studies – Nieves Pascual: Pedagogy of the Oppressed Eater: Teaching Laura Esquivel’s Íntimas suculencias – María Martínez Lirola: Teaching Visual Grammar and Social Issues in an English Language Course: An Example Using Multimodal Texts on Immigrant Minors from a Spanish Newspaper.