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Inclusive Padagogy

Inclusive Language in the Foreign Language Class

Thursday Dec 2 | 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Inclusive Pedagogy in the Foreign Language Class: a conversation about strategies and resources

Conversations about best practices to foster inclusivity in classes taught in English are frequent and resources abound. But what resources and strategies exist to promote linguistic inclusivity in the foreign language class? This meeting invites language educators to ask questions, consider or exchange best practices, and explore resources available pertaining to all the aspects of teaching languages, but particularly informing the teaching of non-binary grammar and vocabulary.

Thursday, December 2

4-5PM

https://tcu.zoom.us/j/99988912130?pwd=MngwT0s2MVJ5d05xMUFwUzdOaVFZdz09

Password: 291179

Scharbauer Hall

Scharbauer Hall
2855 Main Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About The Department of Modern Language Studies

Inclusive Language in the Foreign Language Class
The Department of Modern Language Studies teaches Chinese, French, German, Italian and Japanese as well as the cultures and literatures of the countries where these languages are spoken. Studying a language involves not only communication, but also understanding cultures, connecting with other disciplines, learning to compare linguistic and cultural traditions, and appreciating the role of language in our global community.  

Questions about this event?

Murielle Wright/TCU Modern Language Studies

Email: m.wright@tcu.edu

Phone: 8172577355