Education for Social Change

Teach Democracy Now!April 13, 2007
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“I have used a written interview from Democracy Now as part of a unit on Social Change that I do in an advanced writing class. I also plan to use other interviews for listening comprehension exercises in an advanced oral communication skills class. My experience is that if I give the students real social, cultural and political information, which I also get from many other sources, it enhances learning and fulfills one of our student learning outcomes of helping students become responsible community members.”
- Lorraine Segal, ESL Program Coordinator

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