The purpose of the webinar is to (re)introduce members to the NNEST movement and to explore the different theoretical perspectives framing the study of marginalization and privilege in ELT.
We will address topics such as "what is native speakerism?" "how is the term 'native speaker' understood?" "what should I know about how people position themselves and are positioned by others as 'native' or 'nonnative' speakers?" "what new scholarship has emerged in our field?"why is knowing more about native speakerism important for my role as an ELT professional?"
Consider attending (or sharing information about the webinar) if:
-You or someone you know have always wanted to learn more about the NNEST IS and are interested in joining the interest section. -You are a NNEST IS member who would like to get acquainted with new directions in our field.-You teach ESL/EFL in elementary, middle school or high school contexts and are curious as to how the NNEST movement may inform your work. -You are a college instructor. We can confirm your students' attendance and participation in the webinar so that they can receive extra credit for your course!
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