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Language Issues Volume 28.2 out now

Hi Folks,

Please click on the link to view the latest edition of NATECLA’s Journal – Language Issues

Language Issues Volume 28.2

 

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Exciting new edition with  focus on multilingual issues leading with NATECLA’s 2017 conference keynote from James Simpson and Melanie Cooke.

  • Editorial Sally Bird
  • NATECLA National Conference 2017 Keynote Recognising multilingual realities in ESOL James Simpson and Melanie Cooke

Articles: working with refugees and asylum seekers

  •  Stuck in the present continuous: reflections on a month’s teaching in Grande-Synthe refugee camp in Dunkirk Bethany Elce
  •  Training volunteers teaching English in refugee camps in Greece Linda Ruas
  •  Comme une analphabète: teaching displaced people Julia Aliverti
  •  Student action for refugees: an interview with Emily Crowley Sally Bird
  •  Collaborations: English language teacher education and English language learning for migrants Mike Chick

Articles

  •  ¡Teacher no entiendo!: Optimizing native language to create equal,quality education Socorro Mendoza
  •  Correcting spoken errors: what, when, why and how? Beth Davies
  •  Learning English in European countries: Albania, Belgium, Norway, Portugal and Turkey NATECLA
  •  Language learning of immigrants in Germany: an “integration” course Jo-Ann Delaney
  •  The importance of ESOL for the victims of modern slavery Kathryn Aldridge-Morris

Research taster

  •  Syrian newcomers and their digital literacy practices Stefan Vollmer

Voices from the classroom

  •  ESOL for parents and carers at a primary school Katy Isaac

Reviews and updates

  •  A Hackney Autobiography: remembering Centerprise Alice Robson
  •  Sharing voices, sharing languages – an update on Guthan nan Eilean – Island Voices Sally Bird
  •  Towards an ESOL strategy for England – one year on: update on the campaign for an ESOL strategy in England NATECLA