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Cultural Connectives: Understanding Arab Culture Through Typography by Maria Popova What typography has to do with cross-cultural understanding and linguistic minimalism. I’m obsessed with language, such a crucial key to both how we understand the world and how the world understands us. Events - BEP Network Thursday, March 24, 2011, 2 p.m. EDT Click HERESign up here to receive an email reminder about this chat. Response to intervention involves early identification of students’ learning problems and the use of focused lessons, or interventions, to address those problems before they became entrenched.

What is Experimental Literature? {Five Questions: Dennis Cooper} According to his official bio, Dennis Cooper was born, he grew up, he wrote, he attended, he transferred, he was expelled, he met, he attended, he then attended, he studied, he founded, he lived, he moved, he began. And now he currently spends his time between Los Angeles and Paris. Harper Perennial will release his newest novel The Marbled Swarm in November 2011, and next month they will be republishing Horror Hospital Unplugged: his 1997 graphic novel collaboration with artist Keith Mayerson. He blogs at denniscooper-theweaklings.blogspot.com.

Discover Interview: The Radical Linguist Noam Chomsky For centuries experts held that every language is unique. Then one day in 1956, a young linguistics professor gave a legendary presentation at the Symposium on Information Theory at MIT. He argued that every intelligible sentence conforms not only to the rules of its particular language but to a universal grammar that encompasses all languages. And rather than absorbing language from the environment and learning to communicate by imitation, children are born with the innate capacity to master language, a power imbued in our species by evolution itself. Almost overnight, linguists’ thinking began to shift.

CLIL videos Why should CLIL teachers support learners to work actively with the input provided? Firstly, if learners are actively involved in thinking about the content and/or the language, they will reach a better understanding of both. If they re-organise or change input into another form, learners will process and comprehend input better. Tasks for guiding understanding might include, for example, changing information from a diagram into a text, or from a text into a picture or role-play. Such tasks require higher thinking skills. Secondly, if learners are helped to ‘scaffold’ their learning to understand the main points of lesson input, they will be understood better. ?ADDENDUM by Mª Teresa Navés and Carmen Muñoz University of Barcelona, Spain Introduction1. CLIL Experiences within the State Educational System 1.1.

Joseph von Eichendorff:   Wünschelrute > Magic Wand   (Translation / Uebersetzung) But the poetry now got lost in translation, you say? Well, what else? But at least you knew your Robert Frost... Honestly, though, did you really expect me to preserve the sparkle of such a gem, through all that semantic regrinding? Article 4 - Vol 1 (2) 2009 - International CLIL Research Journal Sonia Casal, Pat Moore Universidad Pablo de Olavide (Spain) Abstract With around 8m inhabitants, and comprising eight provinces, the southern Spanish region of Andalusia is the largest in the state.

Eyes All Around « translinguistic other This week on the Harper’s Magazine blog, Scott Horton muses about the philosophical significance of the convex mirror at the vanishing point of Jan Van Eyck’s Arnolfini Portrait. Jan Van Eyck. Detail from the Arnolfini Portrait. Oil on panel, 1434. CLIL Cascade Network Resource search Click here to browse through material provided by CLIL colleagues. Resource upload Click here to share your own material. Criteria for Producing CLIL Learning Materials

Berritzegune Nagusia A Content-Based approach to teaching and learning second languages has been adopted both for INEBI and BHINEBI. The content-based teaching-learning approach provides a very adequate frame to organise various aspects of this proposal. It helps make the acquisition of language parallel to that of natural language acquisition and of concept development. This approach promotes the teaching of languages through the teaching of contents and it is based on a communicative methodology, far away from the traditional and grammatical language teaching methods that propose unreal and often irrelevant activities. CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) has been applied into any teaching-learning contexts where the instruction language is not the learner’s L1. Besides, the new language teaching and learning methodologies plead for learn by doing and learn as you use and use as you learn.

Why is Everyone Studying English? Custom Search Some Historical Observations on Western Civilization or Why Is Everyone Studying English These Days? [The following is the text of a lecture given to a class of international students in Advanced ESL at Malaspina University-College in Nanaimo, British Columbia (now Vancouver Island University), on October 1, 2003, by Ian Johnston. This text is in the public domain, and may be used by anyone, in whole or in part, without permission and without charge, provided the source is acknowledged, released October 2003] Today I’d like to address an interesting question: Why are all of you here in Nanaimo, in this remote corner of the world, so eager to learn English? And why is that all over the world students like yourselves are spending so much time and money doing the same thing?

CLIL: A lesson framework Underlying principles Classroom principles Lesson framework Conclusion Underlying principles The principles behind Content and Language Integrated Learning include global statements such as 'all teachers are teachers of language' (The Bullock Report - A Language for Life, 1975) to the wide-ranging advantages of cross-curricular bilingual teaching in statements from the Content and Language Integrated Project (CLIP). The benefits of CLIL may be seen in terms of cultural awareness, internationalisation, language competence, preparation for both study and working life, and increased motivation.

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