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Workshop report: Gender-inclusive language and what it means for the Modern Foreign Languages classroom

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Abstract

On 3 March 2021 the Department of Languages and Cultures at Lancaster University hosted a workshop on gender-inclusive language in the languages classroom, which was attended by almost 220 teachers from across the UK and beyond. This workshop report provides a brief snapshot of the discussions surrounding four lead questions (What is gender-inclusive language? Why does it matter for the classroom? What does it mean for languages with grammatical gender? How does it work in the languages classroom?) as well as a list of useful language-specific resources.