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The five things I must have in my syllabus

Stressed about creating your class syllabi this year? There are a lot of really great syllabi flying around the internet. There are even competitions to see who can do the… Continue Reading →

August 3, 2015 0 Comments

If I learn it, can I use it? The interface debate (Black Box)

Can language that’s learned be used in spontaneous communication? Yes. No. Maybe. It’s a big debate in the field of Second Language Acquisition research, and the authors of this article… Continue Reading →

August 1, 2015 0 Comments

Back-to-school time! Upcoming posts, resources on sale

I hope you had a restful summer! I love back-to-school time because we’re all excited, mostly rested up, maybe feeling a little unprepared but ready to tackle what this school… Continue Reading →

July 31, 2015 0 Comments