About Jennie

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Jennie has written 709 articles so far, you can find them below.

Free Peace Corps Language Learning Materials: Over 100 Languages Available

If you love free public domain language learning resources as much as I do, then check out the Peace Corps Language Courses Archive. Live Lingua has a large collection of Peace Corps manuals teaching languages ranging from Acholi to Zarma (over 100 languages are available!) and some also include audio resources in addition to the […]
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How to Learn Languages by Reading Interlinear Books

Linas is a language learning enthusiast who founded InterlinearBooks.com. His project aims to make literature more accessible to language learners. He wrote this guest post to introduce the concept of learning with Interlinear books. If you have been reading this blog, you probably already know Jennie has strongly supported listening and reading to learn languages, and she […]
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North American Language and Culture Assistants in Spain

If you are a US or Canadian citizen who would like to teach English at public schools in Spain, the North American Language and Culture Assistants program is accepting applications until April 1, 2014. Canadian applicants whose first language is French can also apply to teach French instead of English. This program is similar to the […]
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Applied Linguistics, CALL and French Conferences in 2014 and Beyond

Upcoming conferences on applied linguistics, computer-assisted language learning/teaching with technology, general language teaching & learning or French studies:   Applied Linguistics / Materials Design Organization Dates Abstracts due Location American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL) March 22-25, 2014 closed Marriott Downtown in Portland, Oregon Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics (CAAL / ACLA) May 26-28, 2014 […]
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English Teaching Positions in France or DOM-TOMs 2014 (Lecteur/Lectrice d’anglais)

UPDATE: The 2015-2016 job listings are now available. If you would like to teach English at a university in France or the DOM-TOMs for the 2014-2015 school year, job announcements for lecteur/lectrice and maître de langue positions are starting to appear on university websites. Both positions require native or near-native fluency in English but the […]
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Applied Linguistics Conference in New Zealand

I’m off to New Zealand in two weeks to present at the Applied Linguistics Association of New Zealand / Applied Linguistics Association of Australia conference in Wellington. My presentation is “Formality and Francophonie: Stylistic and geographic variation in university textbooks of French” (Spoiler alert: there isn’t much.) The conference is November 27-29 at Victoria University […]
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