Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Second Language Teaching

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Crítica social en La casa de las flores (México)

Goals: To discuss about things that are happening at this moment (present progressive) To talk about some prejudices related to the high social class in Mexico
Levels: Novice (Low), Novice (Mid)
Key Words: social class criticism sexual identity gender identity present progressive
Designer: Dr. Juan A. Godoy-Peñas, University of Cincinnati

Múltiples mundos – Afro-latinos

Goals: To reflect on the dual ethnicities of Afro-Latinos in the United States To formulate interrogative questions using interrogative words in Spanish
Levels: Novice (Low), Novice (Mid)
Key Words: Afrolatinos afromexicanos identidad orgullo racismo
Designer: Daniela Torres, Ph.D. student in Second Language Acquisition & Teaching, University of Arizona

Hogares sostenibles y económicos en Argentina

Goals: Learners will be able to describe, identify and compare the different types of housing and their parts to reflect on the issues of affordability and sustainability and the relationships between housing and social class.
Levels: Intermediate (Low), Intermediate (Mid)
Key Words: housing affordable sustainable villas miseria nominal subjunctive comparatives
Designer: Juan A. Godoy Peñas, Ph.D. University of Cincinnati
Claudia Quevedo-Webb, Ph.D. University of Chicago

Yo también soy español

Goals: 1. To reflect on the impact of immigration in the stereotypes of national identity in Spain 2. To study gender and number agreement between nouns and adjectives related to nationalities
Levels: Novice (Low), Novice (Mid)
Key Words: National identity immigration stereotypes gender and number agreement
Designer: Dr. Juan A. Godoy Peñas, Assistant Professor Educator, University of Cincinnati

El trabajo y el género

Goals: 1. To be able to use the vocabulary of the professions to reflect on on the jobs that have been traditionally performed by women/male 2. To investigate Hispanic/Latinx figures that have broken with this stereotypes
Levels: Novice (Low), Novice (Mid)
Key Words: gender roles work work-space professions stereotypes
Designer: Dr. Claudia Quevedo-Webb, Assistant Professor Instructional, University fo Chicago

La ropa y la identidad

Goals: To be able to use the vocabulary of clothing to reflect on how clothes have been used as a way of expression for minority groups in the target culture and their own.
Levels: Novice (Mid), Novice (High)
Key Words: clothing fashion colonization resistance identity
Designer: Claudia Quevedo-Webb, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor Instructional
University of Chicago

El mundo laboral en España

Goals: Learners will be able to describe, analyze and discuss the job market to reflect on the disparities and inequalities among different members of Spain and of their own communities.
Levels: Novice (Low), Novice (Mid)
Key Words: gender roles Spain job ad duties
Designer: Claudia Quevedo-Webb, Ph.D.
Juan A. Godoy Peñas, Ph.D.

My Spanish

Goals: 1. To reflect on the use of Spanglish as a part of our cultural identity; 2. To express doubt or negation.
Levels: Intermediate (Low), Intermediate (Mid)
Key Words: Spanglish language doubt negation poetry
Designer: Juan A. Godoy Peñas, Ph.D.