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Using Systemic Functional Linguistics in the Greek and Latin Classroom: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Socially Conscious Classics Pedagogy

Kelly P. Dugan

University of Georgia

Systemic functional linguistics (SFL) is a sociolinguistic theoretical framework and methodology in education. This brand of discourse analysis is effective for articulating and addressing how societal systems such as racism and sexism are realized through visual and verbal communication. Using examples from textbooks and the classroom, I will demonstrate the potential for this approach in classics pedagogy.

Session/Panel Title

Lightning Talks 1: Pedagogy

Session/Paper Number

26.5

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