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New song: El perdón for two levels

Ever feel behind the times?  I just caught the current #1 song on Latin Billboard and it struck me as having two golden ingredients for a good class song: high… Continue Reading →

March 28, 2015 0 Comments

En español, por favor: Fostering bilingualism in children

This post is primarily for parents wanting to raise bilingual children and educators in elementary immersion programs, but perhaps the rest of you will find something useful here as well…. Continue Reading →

March 26, 2015 6 Comments

It’s not about the I in IPA, or the vocab list

Do you sometimes feel like we’re working in an all-or-nothing profession? I’m not sure if it’s an artifact of social media, of tweets and blog posts designed to be punchy… Continue Reading →

March 24, 2015 2 Comments