Investing my teacher's identity, Poems

Accent

Unclarity Unheard Just like sounds But neither a word Nor a language in your ears Mixed together Murmuring, Whispering, Shouting Asking me.. confidently answered Asking me again..tremblingly repeated Questioning face..Unconfident feeling awkwardly silent moment I'm resistant   *This poem is based on my experience when my either Ambonese or Ing-Lish accent becomes dubious for the… Continue reading Accent

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In the beginning: My privillages

My privileges are constructed and re-constructed through my contextual relationships with my university, my mentors, and my students. These privileges are closely associated with the construction of social identity. I position myself with the context as it aligns with "Social identity theory [that] recognizes the membership of individuals in many groups (ingroups and outgroups), of which… Continue reading In the beginning: My privillages