Another damned, thick, square book. Always scribble, scribble, scribble, eh, Mr. Garner? You may recognize the remark attributed to the Duke of Gloucester upon being presented with the second volume of Gibbons’s Decline and Fall of The Roman Empire in 1781.* It may not carry the weight o
The following are the principles that underpin vocabulary teaching in my everyday practice. The reader may want to refer to my article " How the human brain stores and organizes vocabulary and implications for the EFL/MFL classroom" for the theoretical background to my approach. 1. Select the vocabulary based on : Learnability (how easy or challenging…
TELL-OP Strategic Partnership has created guidelines and recommendations for mobile learning and data-driven language learning in higher education. It reviews EU policies on mobile learning in higher education institutions and developments in the inclusion of ICTs in HE.
By ADAM MCGARITY —I’ve spent a lot of time in language classrooms, some as a language teacher, and a lot more as a student. In my experience (and I think most teachers and students will agree), repetition and recycling of vocabulary is an important element of language learning. Why else would flash-card apps such as [continue reading...]
Aprende y mejora tu vocabulario en Inglés, Español, Alemán, Francés, Italiano y Portugués con cuatro modos de aprendizaje, y una característica de "texto a voz" que no requiere de una conexión activa a Internet, de modo que ¡puedes usar la app desde cualquier lugar y en cualquier momento!
Learner Language, Corpus Linguistics and Mobile Learning at Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany, 20 July 2016 Pre-conference workshop of the 12th Teaching and Language Corpora Conference organised by the Transforming European Learner Language into Learning Opportunities (TELL-OP) tea
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