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Arabic-English Bilingualism as a Social Justice Issue in Qatar Higher Education
Zohreh R. Eslami & Keith M. Graham
Presented at the TESOL 2019 International Convention & English Language Expo in Atlanta, Georgia on March 14, 2019

In this presentation, we make a case against monolingual education in Qatar linking it to issues of social justice. We, instead, promote an education policy in favor of blingualism.

Language and Content Outcomes of International Content Based Instruction (CBI): A Systematic Review
Keith M. Graham & Yunkyeong Choi
Presented at the TESOL 2019 International Convention & English Language Expo in Atlanta, Georgia on March 13, 2019

In this presentation, we review current literature on the language and content outcomes of CLIL and EMI teaching around the world. Future considerations are also discussed.

Envisioning a Diversified ELT Curriculum in the Postmodern Era: Opportunities and Challenges
Keith M. Graham & Yunkyeong Choi
Presented at the 2018 Celebrating & Exploring Diversity in K-12 Literature & Literacies Conference in College Station, Texas on September 4, 2018

In this presentation, we explain the five dimensions of our postmodern diversity framework and how these challenge traditional norms in ELT.

Attitudes Toward EMI in East Asia and the Gulf: A Systematic Review
Keith M. Graham & Zohreh Eslami
Presented at the 2018 AsiaTEFL Conference in Macau, China on June 27, 2018

In this presentation, we review literature of student and instructor attitudes toward English Medium Instruction (EMI) in East Asia and the Gulf and suggest future directions for EMI policy.

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Using Online Apps in the Foreign Language Classroom
Keith M. Graham
Presented at the 25th English Teachers’ Association of the Republic of China’s International Symposium and Book Fair in Taipei, Taiwan on November 12, 2016

In this presentation, I discuss three online apps–Edmodo, Quizlet, and Plickers–that can be used to enhance learning in the English classroom.