cruisingbridges-deactivated2013 asked: Hi! I saw in one of ur post you are an EFL teacher. I'm doing a research for uni and i was wondering if u could help me answer this question. Should the EFL teacher be exposed to Classic english literature? if you think so why yes or why not? In other words you think is important for the teacher to have a knowledge of English Literature? what would be your pros and cons?
Everyday practices, everyday pedagogies: a...
(in preparation): Everyday practices, everyday pedagogies: a dialogue on critical transformations in a multilingual HK school. In: Julie Byrd Clark & Fred Dervin (Eds.),Reflexivity and Multimodality in Language Education: Rethinking Multilingualism and Interculturality in accelerating, complex and transnational spaces. New York: Routledge. Miguel Pérez-Milans Faculty of Education ...
A Helpful Guide to: Ideology, Discourse, Hegemony →
useful english vocabularyteachingtotransform: adailyriot: Definitions of Ideology A mistaken interpretation of how the world actually is A body of ideas characteristic of a particular social group or class Ideas that help to legitimate a dominant political power False ideas that help to legitimate a dominant political power The conjuncture of discourse and power Ideology and Economic Systems...
Sometimes as teachers we have to “map” our oppression. We need to take a look at the structural forces which constrain our work or provide opportunity in our classes. And we need to examine how we have responded through our agency. Have we become hopeless? Have we become the teacher we hate to be? Can we re-claim our agency?
A Pakistani I am.
hopingpakistan: I am a Pakistani I am elegance A candle of peace I am a Pakistani I am extremely blessed Whether I am rich or poor I am barely bothered I am a Pakistani if you hit me with stones Place a gun to my head I’ll greet you with a flower I am a Pakistani A hat on my head Fond of honor I am music and dance I am the Tune of love I am cherished by all I am a Pakistani “A Pakistani...
"...progress for women is progress for all."
hopingpakistan: On International Women’s Day, let us pay tribute to all women worldwide who contribute so much to the well-being of their families, communities and nations. Today on International Women’s Day, and every day, let us go forward with the vision that progress for women is progress for all. This is for you. Yes! simply every women who is a part of the world. I whole heartedly agree!
Right Brain or Left Brain? When is the last time you designed a learning...– From Tribes http://teachcommunity.com/2012/03/weekly-tribes-2012-week-25/ I’m going to use this tip!
Another cool Bloom's taxonomy interactive resource →
40pc of young women too thin The proportion of young Hong Kong woman who are...– 40% of Young Women in Hong Kong Underweight From the South China Morning Post I wish the article explained why this phenomenon is happening.