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SEPTEMBER/ 2021 

ASOCOPI CALL,CMC & MULTIMODAL PEDAGOGIES SIG

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In our previous installments we talked about concepts that are central to our SIG such   as CALL, CMC, multimodality, multimodal pedagogies and modes of   communication. We defined and described modes of communication as a group of   semiotic resources that have historically been combined and accepted as clusters   that together have the potential to make particular meanings. Today, we would like to   talk about semiotic resources and the different ways in which they can be  understood.  


JUNE/ 2021 

ASOCOPI CALL,CMC & MULTIMODAL PEDAGOGIES SIG NEWSLETTER 

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In this issue, we would like to share with you, two of the most powerful lessons we have gotten   while working with teachers around the country and their diverse scenarios. As a group, we are  convinced that creating a community of practice is essential to teach our kids English and  fundamentals for a better society.  





MAY/ 2021

ASOCOPI CHLIDREN´S LANGUAGE LEARNING SIG NEWSLETTER 

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Materials Development and Didactics as a Special Interest  Group opens a line of research that challenge cultural,  political, and knowledge hegemony in EFL Education. It  questions the uncritical use of generic, commercial, and   colonised EFL textbooks produced by foreign publishing   houses or their localised branches. As a result, it contests   their cultural and knowledge decontextualization by  endorsing other contextualised and decolonised ELT   materials produced by teachers and students. 


APRIL/ 2021 

ASOCOPI MATERIALS DEELOPMENT AND DIDACTICS SIG 

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The Literacies in ELT (#LitsELT) SIG was chartered in 2017 to support the growth of the field of   Literacies in Second Languages and its intersections with ELT in Colombia.   #LitsELT is interested in supporting our local teachers’ efforts to reinvent literacies theory (critical   literacy, mulitiliteracies, New Literacy Studies, digital literacy, multimodality, etc.) across the P-20 ELT   spectrum and propose new ways to transform our language classrooms to fit the realities of our times,   keeping in mind the technological and sociopolitical realities of today’s world.  

  

JUNE/ 2021 

The Literacies in ELT  SIG  

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This SIG aims to build a community interested inexploring the different intersections there might bebetween Interculturality, Social Justice and ELT. Topicsand domains of inquiry range from different views oninterculturality, decolonial and postcolonial theory,diversities as well as issues of popular culture and medialiteracy, cultural representations in teaching materials,human rights and citizenship. Another line ofexploration includes research methodologies used forthe field of cultural studies and their possibleapplications to the field of ELT.


SEPT/ 2021

 SIG INTERCULTURALITY, SOCIAL JUSTICE AND ELT SIG  

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OCT/ 2021 

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