We Teach Languages Midweek News Issue #69 – September 18, 2019

How has the language lab I remember from college changed over the years? What do listeners have to say about past episodes? What are past guests and contributors up to? Find the answers to all these questions and more in our Midweek News. Don't miss page two which features a response to episode 116 from … Continue reading We Teach Languages Midweek News Issue #69 – September 18, 2019

We Teach Languages Episode 116: Linguistic Variation and Serving Diverse Heritage Learners with Damian Vergara Wilson

In ep 116, Carolyn Siegel interviews Dr. Damian Vergara Wilson, Associate Professor at the University of New Mexico. As a graduate of the program he now directs, his ultimate goal for his heritage learners is for them to view themselves as legitimate Spanish speakers. In this interview he shares what that looks like both in a broad view and in specific projects students undertake.

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2019/09/13/116-with-damian-vergara-wilson/

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We Teach Languages Midweek News Issue #68 – September 11, 2019

How can I help my heritage learners understand linguistic variation? What do listeners have to say about past episodes? What are past guests and contributors up to? Find the answers to all these questions and more in our Midweek News. This interactive PDF is the newsletter with clickable links. CLICK HERE: 68 WTL Midweek News … Continue reading We Teach Languages Midweek News Issue #68 – September 11, 2019

We Teach Languages Episode 115: Who should be talking in the language classroom?

In ep 115, Stacey ponders the question "Who should be talking in the language classroom?" Drawing on past guest interviews, Stacey breaks down the main question into several smaller parts by asking about who is talking, when, and in what language. 

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2019/09/06/115-who-should-be-talking/

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We Teach Languages Midweek News Issue #67 – September 4, 2019

Who should be talking in my classroom? What do listeners have to say about past episodes? What are past guests and contributors up to? Find the answers to all these questions and more in our Midweek News. This interactive PDF is the newsletter with clickable links. CLICK HERE: 67 WTL Midweek News Or, check out … Continue reading We Teach Languages Midweek News Issue #67 – September 4, 2019

We Teach Languages Episode 114: Blended Learning and Inquiry Projects with Kristin Kvasnyuk

In ep 114, Maris Hawkins interviews her former colleague and friend, Kristin Kvasnyuk about teaching in a blended format and about student inquiry projects. 

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2019/08/30/114-with-kristin-kvasnyuk/

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We Teach Languages Midweek News Issue #66 – August 28, 2019

What is blended teaching? Where an I go to learn about mindfulness practices for my classroom? What do listeners have to say about past episodes? What are past guests and contributors up to? Find the answers to all these questions and more in our Midweek News. This interactive PDF is the newsletter with clickable links. … Continue reading We Teach Languages Midweek News Issue #66 – August 28, 2019

We Teach Languages Episode 113: Mind, Body, and Voice Skills with Justin Slocum Bailey

In ep 113, Janina Hanson interviews Justin Slocum Bailey about the content of his recent workshop for language teachers: Mind, Body, and Voice Skills. Among other topics, Janina and Justin discuss the value of silence in the classroom and of paying attention to our minds and bodies.

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2019/08/23/113-with-justin-slocum-bailey/

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