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Spanish from Cartagena to Patagonia

Language Magazine looks at study abroad options in Colombia and Argentina Colombia Colombia’s position as the gateway to South America and the Amazon has shaped its history, making it one of the most diverse and culturally...

Portuguese from Cape to Cape

Brazil may be the Portuguese powerhouse, but the language is still alive and well in Africa With a population of just 10 million people, Portugal has seen its language go global thanks to the dynamism...

ELLs ‘Disconnected’ from Mainstream Content

Research that explores the relationship between school-district infrastructure in new-immigrant destinations and the marginalization of English-language learners (ELLs) in those districts shows that in many schools, the teaching of English as a second language...
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Lessons from the Ukrainian Conflict

Angelika Putintseva’s firsthand experience leads her to believe that language intolerance is the root cause of conflict on the shores of the Black Sea Crimea is my motherland; I was born there. My roots and...
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From Language Skills to Teaching Prowess

Montserrat Villar González offers a personal view on developing as a language teacher There are many paths to becoming a teacher of a second or foreign language: for some, it’s the natural progression from studying...
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From the Mouths of Babes

Angelika Putintseva wants to know how many languages a child can learn simultaneously How many languages can a child learn simultaneously? WorldSpeak Language School in Los Angeles, California, has very young students learning three,...

The Word from London: Video Report

Athina Kontos brings us footage from Language Show Live in London   If you couldn't make it to the Language Show at London's Olympia, Language Magazine's Athina Kontos shares the joy of language with presenters at...

All Students Benefit from Bilingual Education

Bilingual education programs have a very positive effect on the native English speakers attending schools with such programs even though they do not take part in them, according to a groundbreaking study published in...

Greetings from Granada

Assistant Editor Kate Sommers-Dawes continues her reports from Spain: Had the most thrilling day today (my first day alone, as the journalist group left this morning). I awoke with no plan except to find a...

Greetings from Malaga

Assistant Editor Kate Sommers-Dawes is in Spain today (El Día del Español) and writes: Had an outstanding tour of Malaga today after visiting Malaca Language School in the hills surrounding the city which were surprisingly...
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