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Pakize Uludag, Qatar University, Doha, Qatar
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DEVELOPING CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS THROUGH IMAGES
Gabriela Kleckova, University of Western Bohemia, Plzen, Czech Republic

How can we use images in English language classes to develop learners’ critical thinking skills along with language and visual literacy skills? Read More

SKYPE AND FACEBOOK: A MULTICULTURAL EXPERIENCE
Grazzia María Mendoza Chirinos, Patricia Dyer, & Tara Friedman

Technology leads the way to assure multicultural experiences for ELLs, from the comfort of home. Nowadays, not being able to travel is not an excuse for being ignorant of other cultures and, especially, the culture of the language one is learning. Read More

THE EVOLUTION OF A CRITICAL THINKING WORKSHOP
Toni Hull, English Language Programs, U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC, USA

The head of the department nodded politely and then asked, “And what about critical thinking?” And, I said, “Sure, why not?” Read More

MULTIPLE LITERACIES IN THE INDIAN CONTEXT
Jane Hoelker, Regional Institute of English Chandigarh, India
Why has Multiple Literacies become such a widely discussed topic today? Twenty years ago the term did not exist. Read More
SIX FREEDOMS
Tony Newman, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, USA

While the debate continues about whether or not ease of language acquisition is innately determined, a critical reading of content and a deep understanding of the English language are not innate gifts, not even for our most gifted language learners. Read More

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