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Title: Gender and Sexuality in English Language Education: Focus on Poland
Authors: Pakuła, Łukasz
Pawelczyk, Joanna
Sunderland, Jane
Keywords: EFL
English Language Education
gender and sexuality
language and gender
language and sexuality
Critical Discourse Analysis
education studies
gender w podręcznikach
seksualność w podręcznikach
hidden curriculum
safe spaces
discourse analysis
inclusive education
equality in education
practical advice for teachers
Issue Date: Oct-2015
Publisher: British Council
Citation: Łukasz Pakuła, Joanna Pawelczyk and Jane Sunderland. 2015. Gender and Sexuality in English Language Education: Focus on Poland. London: British Council.
Series/Report no.: ELT Research Papers 15.03
Abstract: With a focus on Poland, Łukasz Pakuła, Joanna Pawelczyk and Jane Sunderland empirically explore gender and sexuality in relation to classroom interaction and textbooks in the primary and secondary English language classroom. Based on data from a range of classrooms, the book shows how gender stereotyping in textbooks has not disappeared, that heterosexuality is the only sexuality in evidence and that heteronormativity is salient. Importantly, though, through teacher- and student-talk and classroom interaction generally, these representations can be and are negotiated and challenged. The book also offers practical suggestions for teachers, educators and publishers to make the English language classroom a truly inclusive social space.
Sponsorship: British Council
ISBN: 978-0-86355-776-7
Appears in Collections:Książki/rozdziały (WA)

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