Tag: heritage

Enabling Heritage Language Reading

“All language is a longing for home.” When Rumi (Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi, 1207–1273), a well-known Persian poet, wrote this in the 13th century, one could not have assumed it would also embody the...

President Endorses Immigrant Heritage Month

This morning, President Obama devoted his weekly address to the celebration of Immigrant Heritage Month (#IHM2015), an occasion that allows us to celebrate our origins as a nation of immigrants, and vowed to push...

Immigrant Heritage Month

Language Magazine is proud to support the 2nd Annual Immigrant Heritage Month Joining Nationwide Effort to Highlight Immigrant Impact on History and Future of America Language Magazine has announced its support of the second-annual Immigrant...

Do Heritage Triggers Impair Second-Language Skills?

Research on how cultural knowledge operates in the mind increasingly focuses on the dynamics through which our cultural frames are evoked by particular situations. One dynamic is “frame-switching” — the shifts in judgment that...
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