In this post Sylvia Guinan gives you ten great ideas on how you can use Eduglogster when teaching languages, creating fun and engaging interactive posters. Continue reading 10 Fun and Effective Ideas for Teaching Languages with Eduglogster
Any journey will have its difficulties
Language learning presents different types challenges at different points along the experience. This time round I wish to look at language learners who have difficulty in achieving blast off. These are the learners who put in a lot of (well at least some!) energy at the start but don’t seem to achieve enough velocity to break out of the atmosphere of their first language.
In this post Delfin explains why it might not be such a good idea to learn a language from a native speaker as native often doesn’t equal qualified. Continue reading Why You Should NOT Learn a Language from a Native Speaker
The latest post on misconceptions about language learning talks about the myth that when you aren’t speaking a language, you’re not benefiting from it. Continue reading Misconceptions about Language Learning #4: If I’m not speaking it, I’m not using it
The third part in our series misconceptions about language learning deals with the myth that the purpose of a learning language is tied to travelling. Continue reading Misconceptions about Language Learning #3: Languages are for Holidays
In this post Delfin explains why language and not technology still is humanity’s greatest tool. He also shares four essential tips for language learning. Continue reading Humanity’s Greatest Tool is Language – 4 Key Tips for Language Learning
The second part in our series about misconceptions about language learning deals with the myth that some people are more talented or have a special gene. Continue reading Misconceptions about Language Learning #2: There is a Language Gene, and I’ve Not Got it
Spain’s addiction to film dubbing is responsible for the lack of proficiency in foreign languages, proving that excuses abound as much as teaching methods. Continue reading Is Film Dubbing Responsible for Lack of Language Learning?
Accent discrimination is still a common thing in the workplace. So how to deal with it? Universities are offering accent training for assistant teachers. Continue reading How to Deal with Accent Discrimination