Back on the Air!

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Dear Readers,

First of all, thank you so much for your interest in this blog! I know I haven’t posted in quite some time, but I assure you, new entries are coming! There has been some transition since I finished my series on translanguaging (at least for now- have a look at the first entry here), and I’ve been holding off a bit to see how things settle out. 

In the hopefully not-too-distant future, I will get back to writing posts in which I attempt to present different pieces of language acquisition theory while making practical/applicable connections where possible. To that end, I am curious about your areas of interest. What topics in second langauge education would you like to read about?

It will be a little while before I start to write these new posts, but I want to get some ideas percolating. (There are some exciting changes in the wind, which I am very much looking forward to sharing with you as soon as I am able)

In the mean time, over the next month or so, I hope to open some discussion on some of the concepts and pedagogies that are being discussed in my program (for more information on that, see my About page). I also plan to share links to some resources that I find useful for language teaching and/or learning.

Hopefully you will continue to find the material informative and useful, and-as always-I encourage and welcome your thoughts and comments!

Cheers!

 

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Image:

Totomaru. (Photographer). (January 11, 2009). Broadcast [digital image]. Retrieved from https://www.flickr.com/photos/totomaru/3219714523/in/photolist-qpHfvM-bd6fD4-7cBh5f-nG943d-482ffR-5UvSXn-79bRvN-7cBhaE-79D5dH-9abV7D-91WQUc-gjgc-4ZF3xp-59eRcc-9af53G-bvmc3u-9474c6-6K683y-7rLRG-7rLRJ-EMiGS-7rM19-79bRyA-bdoVD-6HauV-7cBhnG-b7Jx7M-7rLRF-2gPGZp-7rLRL-2JACGZ-2gPVU2-3MrH1G-7rM1b-2gPGYF-3MnpN2-2gPGZa-o7yYg-QYg1gm-3MrGNY-6tbks-2gPVUR-2gPPNF-2gPGZV-2mU8UR-2gQiPg-2gUjBS-7kSRzQ-2gPVUi-pDDhtH.

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