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English Language Teaching Assistantship in France for 2011-2012 School Year

*+-If you would like to teach English in the public school system in France or the DOM-TOMs as an assistant for the 2011-2012 school year (October 1, 2011 to either April 30, 2012 or June 30, 2012) , use the links below to find out the specific requirements and application process for your country. In […] Continue reading →

Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning Online and Teaching (MERLOT)

*+-The MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning Online and Teaching) website is a great collection of online materials for students and teachers across all disciplines, ranging from agriculture to world languages. If you’re looking for resources to use in your classroom or for self-study, I recommend starting with MERLOT before doing a general internet search […] Continue reading →

Pragmatics: Knowing what to say in certain situations

*+-The Foreign Language Teaching Methods modules from the University of Texas-Austin includes a section on pragmatics – how context and situation affect meaning – which is extremely important for language students to learn, yet remains difficult to master. Learning what to say and when to say it, the appropriate use of language, varies significantly among […] Continue reading →

Collection of Articles & Sites Related to Languages, Learning, Education, etc. (from Twitter)

*+-It’s been six months since I posted the last collection of links to language-related articles and sites from @ielanguages on Twitter. Here’s what I’ve been tweeting about recently: Tomorrow is the European Day of Languages (September 26) Studies on Language Learning & Acquisition Infant Brains are Hardwired for Language Preschool years can be ‘perfect storm’ for […] Continue reading →

The Shaping of Language on iTunes U from La Trobe University

*+-La Trobe University in Australia is offering an interesting podcast on iTunes U that just became available this summer (or winter, depending on where you are). The Shaping of Language is about “the relationship between the structures of languages and their social, cultural, historical and natural environments.”  Looks like they’ve been updating it every week […] Continue reading →