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10 Tips for Teaching English Language Learners Worldwide

Classrooms across the world are becoming increasingly diverse with increasing numbers of students whose primary home languages are not English. In the USA, state-reported data estimated 10 percent of the US school-aged population (PreK-twelfth grade) as students identified as limited … Continue reading

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There is a lively ongoing debate in the field of second language acquisition as to whether (i) a “sensitive” period of bilingual language development really exists, and, if it does, (ii) what are its age boundaries (Flege, Yeni-Komshian and Liu, … Continue reading

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Second Language Acquisition: #Language, #Culture & #Identity, for #English Language #Learners #Worldwide – #ELL / #ESL / #EAL / #EFL #ELT

20 of 20 people found the following review helpful 5.0 out of 5 stars An Engaging Introduction to Learning a Second Language. December 18, 2013 By Dennis Waller Amazon TOP 500 REVIEWER “Second Language Acquisition” by Thomas Baker explores the … Continue reading

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“English is the language of a people who have probably earned their reputation for perfidy and hypocrisy because their language itself is so flexible, so often light-headed with with statements which appear to mean one thing one year and quite … Continue reading

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Second Language Acquisition is Number 1 on Amazon Best Sellers Rank! You Did It – Thank You! We’re Number 1!

Second Language Acquisition: Language, Culture & Identity is Number 1 on the Amazon Best Sellers Rank in the Professional Development Category! Thank you dear readers, thank you so much! Thank you, individually and collectively, every one of you, for helping … Continue reading

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Top 10 Reasons to Go to IATEFL Chile IV Regional Conference 2013

Top 10 Reasons to Go to IATEFL Chile IV Regional Conference 2013 First things first. On the 28th and 29th of May, I’ll be heading to THE BRITISH COUNCIL – IATEFL CHILE WEEK -Universidad San Sebastian- for 2 Great Public … Continue reading

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Native Speaker Needed?

Native Speaker Needed? At the 2007 TESOL Chile Conference the question was asked: Are native speaker teachers automatically the best teachers of a language? Just because you speak a language naturally, does that mean you can teach it? Or does … Continue reading

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