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Quick Tips: Talk to Yourself!

External becomes internal; explicit becomes implicit. We internalize what is, at first, external.

That’s why, if we wish to develop the skill to think in Tibetan, first we must  51 more words

Linguistics In Translation

Why PPP makes no sense at all. A reply to Anderson

I made a comment on Jason Anderson’s Blog in reply to his post The PPP Saga Ends  It hasn’t appeared, so here’s an amended version. 1,203 more words

ELT Practice

SLA New Jersey - Greater Princeton/Trenton Event (September 27, 2016)

Thank you for attending the joint SLA New Jersey and SLA Greater Princeton/Trenton Chapters event on the campus of Rutgers University!

Here are slides and notes from my presentation: … 17 more words


A Loanword Approach to the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language in Korea: Exploring the Effectiveness of a Multimedia Curriculum. ISBN: 978-1-925555-02-08.
By David Kent… 217 more words


침엽수 제재목 동의안 (SLA)때문에 높은 가격 부담을 갖게 되는 미국 소비자들

캐나다 침엽수 제재목에 부여되는 관세 장벽이 제한된 생산업체 그룹을 부유하게 만들지만 미국 소비자들은 비싼 가격의 부담을 가지게 된다고 캐나다 공공 정책 연구소인 Montreal Economic Institute (MEI)이 연구 발표하였습니다. 15 more words


3 Key Factors when Learning a Language

I’m currently learning a language using the Say Something In series. Apart from finding the series remarkably effective, what I’m particularly delighted by are the additional tips and tricks the course provides to help you become a better language learner. 687 more words


Episode 49: PPP, Technology Review, and Braj Kachru

Welcome back to the TEFLology Podcast – a podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language and related matters.

In today’s episode, Rob discusses PPP, charting the popularity and relevance of the teaching approach. 110 more words