How do you see language and language instruction as a source of liberation? What about as a source of oppression?

Your exploratory essay should synthesize your personal beliefs and experiences with our readings and class discussions. These are an opportunity to examine your evolving beliefs about becoming a language teacher. Exploratory essays do not require you to prove or defend a thesis; they are meant to help you process and demonstrate your ideas on a topic.You will address the assigned topics drawing upon personal experience and class readings. In these you must cite your sources using APA.Essay questions to be answered: How do you see language and language instruction as a source of liberation? What about as a source of oppression? What role should language teachers play regarding the power dynamics associated with language and language instruction. What experiences do you have with this topic either personal or through observation? Where do you see this dynamic playing out in our culture?Use 1 “personal” experience, or something relatable for an exampleUse 2 text examples/supporting details (book is Andrews, L. (2006) Language Exploration and Awareness, (3rd. ed.). New York, NY: Routledge)Use 1 example from this link https://www.cultofpedagogy.com/social-justice-resources/

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