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Raise Students' Awareness

When you ask recruiters why they hire ‘native speakers’ only, a frequent reply you might get is: the clients demand it. That’s why, if you are serious about promoting equality and tackling native speakerism, it is vital to raise students’ awareness and discuss this issue with them.

In this article you will learn exactly how this can be done. You will get:

  • Activity 1: Who is a ‘native speaker’?
  • Activity 2: Strengths and weaknesses of ‘native’ and ‘non-native speaker’ teachers
  • Activity 3: My ideal English teacher
  • Activity 4: My beliefs about teaching and learning English
  • Activity 5: Choosing a language school

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