Hello Again All,
Sorry to email twice in an hour but I really wanted to share this piece by Khawla at Manchester Met https://theconversation.com/dont-assume-language-or-dialect-is-locked-to-a-particular-place-92374. I went to her talk at the Baal conference at the weekend and it did make me think.
Dr.Naeema B. Hann
Senior Lecturer SFHEA
Course Leader MA ELT online
Department of Languages
Leeds Beckett University, Room 208, Macaulay Hall, Headingley Campus Leeds LS6 3QW
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From: Hann, Naeema
Sent: 10 September 2018 18:26
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Subject: Language Issues the journal of Natecla
I hope everyone has had a good summer, it seems like such a long time ago! I just wanted to say that the most recent volume for Language Issues is out and as always, has articles with teaching tips as well as very informative articles about language and immigration. The section on learning English in other countries has articles from Nepal, Chile and Pakistan and before I go on, you can see the list of contents here https://www.natecla.org.uk/content/636/The-latest-edition I often send my MA students to Language Issues for articles to help them with their assignments.
Naeema B. Hann
Leeds Beckett University
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