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BrELT coLAB: Fillers are hardwired in our linguistic identities by Alex Tamulis

You’ve probably taught what ‘conversation fillers’ are, but have you wondered how many ‘uhs’ and ‘likes’ you would need to introduce yourself to a large number of classmates on your first day of class? 2,170 more words


Spoken Language Independent Study

Year 11 – here are the slides from the lessons this week. Remember:

a) choose your articles carefully; don’t just print off Wikipedia. You need to have articles that have a clear point of view on the topic. 147 more words

For Pupils

A curriculum for all? GCSEs, EBacc and Progress 8

We are pleased to announce a new survey, commissioned by the NUT and carried out by a research team from King’s College London. A curriculum for all? 1,116 more words

Accountability Pressures

Similar Spanish & English Words With Absolutely Different Meanings

Growing up in Australia but speaking Spanish in the family home had me living within 2 cultures and not exactly feeling like I was fully 100% Aussie nor Uruguayan.   332 more words


World Englishes

Can we really have more than one English?

English is used as a first, second or foreign language by approximately 2 million people worldwide, however, it is not the most widely spoken language in the world. 262 more words

Medalling with the English Language

Text A is an online article taken from the Guardian with an audience that’s interested in language change. The Guardian readers are generally liberal and are well educated. 826 more words

Comparing Interviews: Newsnight & Select Committee

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The Task… 141 more words

Language And Literature