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“Three Before Me” poster in German and French

As promised, here are the “Three Before Me” posters for German and French. Big props to some good friends who helped me out with these translations, Wendy Farabaugh, Don Doehla,… Continue Reading →

April 23, 2015 0 Comments

Three before me

What could you get out of #langchat? You never know!  No matter how many years you’ve been teaching, everyone’s bound to come away with some treasurable, profitable nuggets from #langchat…. Continue Reading →

April 21, 2015 2 Comments

Why interpersonal isn’t interpretive

Recently on #langchat we were discussing interpretive and interpersonal tasks and someone asked whether interpersonal also functioned as interpretive, since the listener is interpreting auditory information.  I thought it was… Continue Reading →

April 17, 2015 2 Comments