Tag: english

The English language has progressed over time without a handbook or guidance, so one would think that the structure within the language would be...

A new study, titled “Late Bilinguals Are Sensitive to Unique Aspects of Second Language Processing: Evidence from Clitic Pronouns Word-Order” asked whether English...

Dr. Kate Kinsella offers evidence-based instructional practices to advance students’ verbal and written command of critical words Vocabulary Knowledge and Overall Academic Achievement Vocabulary plays a crucial...

Carol Gaab focuses on the learners in front of her, not on a method, a curriculum, or a plan Fill in the blank with the...

A new survey by the Pew Research Center reveals that language is a much more significant factor to national identity than birthplace. According to...

The American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAAS) has released a report that suggests a “diminishing share” of U.S. residents speak languages other than...

The Puerto Rican Senate recently approved a bill declaring Spanish as the first official language of the country, moving English to second place. The...

Frederick County has repealed a controversial ordinance making English the county’s official language, which was implemented three years prior. Frederick was Maryland’s first county...

As North Korea announced the creation of its own time zone, the leaders of the “hermit country” have again politically distanced themselves from the...

Study Finds English Learners in Seattle-Area Elementary Schools Successfully Reach Language and Literacy Targets in Nearly Four Years A new Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Northwest...