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Nathanael Rudolph, Mukogawa Women's University, Nishinomiya, Japan & Bedrettin Yazan, The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA
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PROBLEMATIZING AND MOVING BEYOND ESSENTIALIZATION AND IDEALIZATION IN THE CLASSROOM
Joya Senchowa, Natun Kharjanpar LP School, Majuli, Assam, India

Senchowa lives in the beautiful river island Majuli, which is a hub to different ethnic communities and dialects; her mother tongue is Assamese. She has come across many students who undergo frustration as a result of essentialization and idealization, and she believes “standard neutrality” is a great approach to move beyond that. Read More

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MOVING BEYOND IDEALIZATION THROUGH TELECOLLABORATION
Pamela Arrarás, Escuela Secundaria Nro 12, Bahía Blanca, Argentina

In this article, Pamela Arrarás reflects on how participation in the Nonnative English Speakers in TESOL Interest Section Electronic Village Online sessions made her see her own teaching practice under a new light and how the use of telecollaborative projects can be used to help students feel like successful users of the language they are learning, moving beyond the idealization of the native speaker model. Read More

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