Want a Job? Study Says to Learn Another Language.

Those who speak other languages may want to highlight that fact on their resumes, as customers in the U.S. are becoming increasingly diverse and...

The Art of Teaching

M. Elhess, E. Elturki, and J. Egbert offer strategies to support creativity in the language classroom “Our students aren’t creative,” claimed one of the language teachers in the...

Corwin’s Five Recommendations for Building Professional Expertise

1. Tonya Ward Singer’s EL Excellence Every Day: The Flip-To Guide for Differentiating Academic Literacy This book has some...

Interpreting and Translating

Not all linguists make great teachers, so a career in translating or interpreting may be the right move, especially since the U.S. Bureau of...

Adding Madness to Method

Carol Gaab questions the value of traditional teaching methods in the language classroom Nothing draws more heated arguments in the field of language instruction than methods....

TESOL Unveils its Six Principles for Exemplary Teaching of English Learners

TESOL International Association has released a “set of universal guidelines drawn from decades of research in language pedagogy and language acquisition theory.” The 6...

Accessibility and Inclusivity in Language Education

Education, in general, is facing issues with providing students with accessibility options; likewise,...

Empower Responsive Teaching for Every Literacy Learner

Irene Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell bring more than twenty-five years of research and classroom observation of literacy...

Language Teacher vs. Acquisition Facilitator

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Lone Stars

To celebrate Language Magazine’s partnership with the TCEA (Texas Computer Education Association) at its annual convention in Austin this month, here is a selection...
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