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Debating the Horrific: Right to Die is the Ultimate Personal Freedom?

Free Ebook: Teaching Debate in Chile http://slidesha.re/cSVP9N Se desarrollaron dos jornadas, en Llanquihue y Osorno, donde 8 establecimientos debatieron sobre el derecho a morir 28 / septiembre / 2011 fuente: http://bit.ly/p9YAGg En el salón del DEPROV Llanquihue y en el … Continue reading

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Chile – Conflicto en educación: Education Conflict in Chile

Oh, what a wonderful world. Education. Equity and quality for all. De Luis Alberto Gaete La Tercera (Carta al director) http://diario.latercera.com/2011/07/21/01/contenido/opinion/11-77181-9-conflicto-en-educacion.shtml Señor director: La siguiente revolución en educación es la marcha de millones, no miles, de padres y apoderados exigiendo … Continue reading

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NNEST Discrimination: Looking For Work In the UK – Any Advice?

Patricia Rose Love Lecturer for English for Academic Purposes programmes at Guangdong Hua-Fu International Foundation Year Center China Patricia Rose Love • “From what I have observed, hiring depends on either the national or local labor board and its regulations. … Continue reading

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NNEST Discrimination: Karla Denied Employment in the UK

Karla Guedes Portuguese and English as a Second Language teacher, interpreter and translator. Southampton, United Kingdom Freelance Portuguese and English teacher, interpreter and translator at various places Karla Guedes • Firstly, I would like to thank Thomas for posting this … Continue reading

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Native Speaker: Children of the Myth – Liberation – If Not Now, When?

According to Davies, the term, “Native Speaker”, was first used in Leonard Bloomfield’s “Language” (1933). According to Bloomfield, “The first language a human being learns to speak is his native language; he is a native speaker of this language” (1933:43). … Continue reading

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