by Emma Winslow, Kendal Stopher and Mohamed Elhess
Our classroom is becoming more centered on the unique needs of each student. As a result, we are embracing diversity. This means we need to practice and cultivate acceptance. However, many EFL teachers focus on creating authentic dialogues for topics like shopping, visiting doctors, completing study applications etc., and while these are important, there are other modern topics which also require attention as for example diversity.
In today’s classroom, the world is changing - from students simply being seen as “different” to bullying, cyber-bullying . . .
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