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What English do we teach when we teach English?

Dr Darío Banegas

In this webinar, we will take a sociolinguistics perspective to reflect on authenticity, identity, and ideology in the English language learning environments we construct. We will revise some key sociolinguistic terms and discuss others such as translanguaging. We will also analyse some teaching and learning materials and think of ways in which we can draw on English as a lingua franca to design different activities and resources. The webinar will combine a lecture mode with more seminar-like activities. Reading material will be provided after the webinar

When? Saturday June 12th – 11:00 am

Where? Online, via Zoom. You will receive access details one day before the webinar.

APRIR members: free of charge

Profesorado students (Rosario only): $150

Members of FAAPI-affiliated TAs: $150

Non-members: $400

Form of payment: Bank transfer (You will need the transfer details to submit the form)

Banco Nación Suc. 3020- Rosario
CBU Nº 0110444240044427146462
Cuenta Corriente Especial
Nº de cuenta: 444271464/6
Asociación de Profesores de Inglés de Rosario
CUIT: 30680502109

Limited vacancies.

Presenter’s biodata

Darío Luis Banegas is Lecturer in TESOL at the School of Education, University of Strathclyde, UK, and an associate fellow with the University of Warwick, UK. He lived in Esquel, Chubut, Argentina, for 20 years where he worked as an EFL teacher, teacher educator and curriculum developer. His main teaching and research interests are CLIL, inclusion, and action research. His publications can be found at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Dario-Banegas

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