Tag: november

Fact or FICTION: The PLOT thickens Stephen Krashen argues that self-selected pleasure reading of fiction is key to complex text comprehension for first- and...

Elementary Practicals Lisa Lucas discovers what we can learn from the UK’s mandating of world language education in all elementary schools from second grade When Language...

Richard Lederer gives us a sesquicentennial look back at the Gettysburg Address “Abraham Lincoln wrote the Gettysburg Address while traveling from Washington to Gettysburg on...

Infants, Words, and Income Bjorn Carey reports on research showing that two-year-old children of lower-income families may already be six months behind in language...

Improving Character Recognition in Chinese Stephen Krashen argues that meaningful reading is the route to literacy, whatever the language Accenting Improvements Lois Spitzer...

Follow @langmag United Indignation It is about 75 years since the likes of Ernest Hemingway and George Orwell risked everything to fight against fascism in the...

Devolve and Evolve So often when we talk about learning, we refer only to students in educational institutions even though we know that it is...

Two is Always More Than One As we near the end of President Obama’s first year in office, we are reaching a crucial...

IN THIS ISSUE: The World as We Speak Our forum for changes in world language Animating Young Learners Jenn Reese describes how a new, animated TV...

IN THIS ISSUE: The World as We Speak Our forum for changes in world languages Harvesting Help Lori Langer de Ramírez shares her school district’s way...