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Language Dealing IATEFL Liverpool Friday, April 12, 2013. Professor Susan Barduhn SIT Graduate Institute Vermont, USA. If English were a drug, expatriate teachers would be the dealers …. Session Outline. The “drug” Postmodernity The knight errant metaphor The “dealers”

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Language dealing iatefl liverpool friday april 12 2013

Language DealingIATEFL LiverpoolFriday, April 12, 2013

Professor Susan Barduhn

SIT Graduate Institute

Vermont, USA



Session outline
Session Outline dealers ….

  • The “drug”

  • Postmodernity

  • The knight errant metaphor

  • The “dealers”

  • More “dealers”: teachers of Mandarin/Putonghua

  • So what?


Language dealing iatefl liverpool friday april 12 2013

IT dealers ….

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Hawkins, D. (1974). The informed vision: Essays on learning and human nature. New York: Agathorn Press.


Language dealing iatefl liverpool friday april 12 2013

Postmodernity dealers ….


Bill johnston the expatriate teacher as postmodern paladin
Bill Johnston: dealers ….“The Expatriate Teacher as Postmodern Paladin”

Postmodernity is concerned with:

  • marginality and with those traditionally marginalized in social or other ways

  • Encounters that take place in marginal or border territory

    He suggests that ELT as a whole is a marginal occupation.

    He makes provocative parallels between EFL teachers and medieval knights errant.


Appadurai s scapes five dimensions of cultural flow
Appadurai’s “Scapes”: dealers ….Five dimensions of cultural flow

  • Mediascapes

  • Ideoscapes

  • Technoscapes

  • Financescapes

  • Ethnoscapes

    Appadurai, A. 1990


Language dealing iatefl liverpool friday april 12 2013

The “dealers” dealers ….


Who are we
Who are we? dealers ….


Cultural identity
Cultural dealers ….Identity

  • Perceptual groups vs. identity groups


Cultural identity1
Cultural dealers ….Identity

  • Perceptual groups vs. identity groups

    avowed / ascribed identities

  • Cultural marginality

    antevasin

    encapsulated vs. constructive marginals


Cultural marginality
Cultural marginality dealers ….


What motivated you to go to live in each country
What motivated you to go to live dealers ….in each country?


What motivated you to go to live in each country1
What motivated you to go to live in each country? dealers ….

Country 1: Travel, adventure, Peace Corps

Country 2: Prof dev, culture, love of teaching

Country 3: Love of teaching, prof dev, career advancement

Country 4: Career advancement, economics, prof dev

Country 5: Prof dev, career advancement, economics

Country 6: Family, attracted to change and risk, prof dev

Country 7: Love of teaching, prof dev, attracted to change

and risk

Country 8: Looking for greener pastures, attracted to

change and risk, personal development


What motivated you to go to live in each country2
What motivated you to go to live in each country? dealers ….

Country 1: Travel, adventure, Peace Corps

Country 2: PROF DEV, culture, love of teaching

Country 3: Love of teaching, PROF DEV, career

advancement

Country 4: Career advancement, economics, PROF DEV

Country 5:PROF DEV, career advancement, economics

Country 6: Family, attracted to change and risk, PROF DEV

Country 7: Love of teaching,PROF DEV, attracted to change

and risk

Country 8: Looking for greener pastures, attracted to

change and risk, PERSONAL development


Language dealing iatefl liverpool friday april 12 2013
Eight qualitative questions about attitudes and reflections on the teaching of English and its place in the globalizing world

1.  In what ways has your attitude changed towards your country of origin since living overseas?

2.   In what ways have your attitudes changed towards the teaching of English since working abroad? (Methodology, perceived needs of students, wider attitudes as to the role of English, etc.)?

3.   In what ways do you feel that your presence has made an impact on people in countries where you have taught?

4.   In what ways do you feel the cultures of the countries where you have lived have had an impact on you?


Language dealing iatefl liverpool friday april 12 2013

5. What is your perception of the role of English in the world today? Is it culture-bound or truly international?

6.   In what ways do you think expatriate teachers of English have had an influence on the spread of English around the world?

7.   In what ways do you think expatriate teachers of English have had an influence on trends in teacher training around the world?

8.   What have you done for your own professional development since you started teaching English?


Language dealing iatefl liverpool friday april 12 2013

More “dealers”: world today? Is it culture-bound or truly international?

Teachers of Mandarin/Putonghua

CLT = Chinese Language Teaching


Language dealing iatefl liverpool friday april 12 2013
Eight qualitative questions about attitudes and reflections on the teaching of Mandarin and its place in the globalizing world

1.  In what ways has your attitude changed towards your country of origin since living overseas?

2.   In what ways have your attitudes changed towards the teaching of Mandarin since working abroad? (Methodology, perceived needs of students, wider attitudes as to the role of English, etc.)?

3.   In what ways do you feel that your presence has made an impact on people in countries where you have taught?

4.   In what ways do you feel the cultures of the countries where you have lived have had an impact on you?


Language dealing iatefl liverpool friday april 12 2013

5. What is your perception of the role of Mandarin in the world today? Is it culture-bound or truly international?

6.   In what ways do you think expatriate teachers of Mandarin have had an influence on the spread of Mandarin around the world?

7.   In what ways do you think expatriate teachers of Mandarin have had an influence on trends in teacher training around the world?

8.   What have you done for your own professional development since you started teaching Mandarin?


Language dealing iatefl liverpool friday april 12 2013

So what? world today? Is it culture-bound or truly international?


What are we dealing
What are we dealing? world today? Is it culture-bound or truly international?