Follow my blog with Bloglovin For the last #langchat of October, participants decided to talk through the finer points of how to successfully collect and assess data in the world languages classroom in order to improve teaching and instruction. Participants talked about the types of data that they find the most helpful, as well how …
English Language Teacher Education and Development (ELTED) Journal - ISSN 1365-3741 - is an open access peer-reviewed journal for the worldwide ELT community which is produced by the Language Learning, Teaching and Assessment (LLTA) Research Group of the Centre for Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick. It seeks to provide a medium for the exchange of ideas and information on theoretical and applied issues pertaining to English language teacher education. The journal is targeted at all those involved in English language teacher education and development worldwide, for whom, at present, there are few published journals dealing specifically with English language teacher education and development. PRESS - Latest volume of ELTED Journal published, July 2016! Our call for expressions of interest is now closed for a forthcoming special issue on 'Innovative Writing i
EThe Summit on the Future of the TESOL Profession will bring together a group of TESOL thought leaders, policy makers, and industry professionals to Athens, Greece, 9–10 February 2017. The online conversation starts months before the live event, starting on 1 December 2016. In addition to the online conversations, all Online Summit Participants are invited to participate in the live streaming of the Summit in Athens. Researchers, Practicing Teachers, Pre-service Teachers, and English language Students are welcomed.mpty description
United Nations Corpora - United Nations General Assembly Resolutions: A Six-Language Parallel Corpus The first available corpus is a paragraph-aligned six-language collection of resolutions of the General Assembly from Volume I of GA regular sessions 55-62. The corpus is described in an academic paper that was presented (as a poster) at Machine Translation Summit XII on August 28th, 2009.
Language teachers have a big influence on which words learners will focus their attention on. To choose useful words, we should know the frequency of words in the language and our learners' frequency i+1s. The problem is, NSs are poor at mid-level frequency judgments - but practice may help!
A complete website for learning and learning about English and French words. You can test your vocabulary level, then work on the words at the level where you are weak. Use wordlists, online concordancer and dictionary, texts, and a database to store your work and view the work of others. French parallel site is almost complete.
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