Edgar Clifton Adams was listed in the 1924 Victorian Census details as a 24-year old ‘leadlight worker’, but there is no indication of his employer or whether he was already working independently after a long apprenticeship. 481 more words
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The title of this debate: should second language acquisition and language teaching be aligned and how?
The debate took place at King’s on the 14/02/2018. It revolved around the questions of second language acquisition and how teaching needs or should be to be aligned with theory. 254 more words
William Aitken was born in Edinburgh, the son of a landscape painter, George Aikman (1830-1905). He served his apprenticeship in stained glass with the Edinburgh firm, Ballantine and Son, before moving to London in 1892, where he was employed by James Powell & Sons, which had a well-deserved reputation for the quality of its stained glass. 644 more words