We Teach Languages Episode 125: Trends and Research in Study Abroad with Peter Ecke

In ep 125, Melanie Forehand interviews Peter Ecke, Professor of Second Language Acquisition and German at the University of Arizona. They discuss the benefits and challenges of short-term study abroad and resources for getting started with study abroad research.

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2019/11/22/125-with-peter-ecke

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We Teach Languages Midweek News Issue #77 – November 20, 2019

How can I learn more about research in study abroad contexts? What resources can help me support my students with learning disabilities What do people have to say about past podcast episodes? What are past guests and contributors up to? Explore these questions and more in our Midweek News which includes a preview of this … Continue reading We Teach Languages Midweek News Issue #77 – November 20, 2019

We Teach Languages Episode 124: Teaching Languages to Students with Disabilities with Cheyenne Staten and Julie Glosson

In ep 124, Stacey interviews Cheyenne Staten, who is studying Spanish and Special Education, and Dr. Julie Glosson, her professor and co-investigator in a recent case study. Stacey met up with Cheyenne and Julie at the recent TFLTA conference (Tennessee Foreign Language Teaching Association) where they presented on teaching students with disabilities. In this interview, they discuss general principles, practical advice for teachers, as well as their own case study helping learners with disabilities find success in the language classroom.

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2019/11/15/124-with-cheyenne-staten-julie-glosson

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We Teach Languages Midweek News Issue #76 – November 13, 2019

What steps can I take to intentionally include my learners with disabilities? What is an IPA? What do people have to say about past podcast episodes? What are past guests and contributors up to? Explore these questions and more in our Midweek News which includes a preview of this Friday's episode! The interactive PDF is … Continue reading We Teach Languages Midweek News Issue #76 – November 13, 2019

We Teach Languages Episode 123: Steady, Collaborative Change at an Independent School with Sarah Aguilar-Francis

In ep 123, Carolyn Siegel interviews Sarah Aguilar-Francis about her department's path to proficiency and how their multi-year transition has been going.

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2019/11/08/123-with-sarah-aguilar-francis/

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We Teach Languages Midweek News Issue #75 – November 6, 2019

Should I be worried if change is happening very slowly in my department? What do people have to say about past podcast episodes? What are past guests and contributors up to? Explore these questions and more in our Midweek News which includes a preview of this Friday's episode! The interactive PDF is the newsletter with … Continue reading We Teach Languages Midweek News Issue #75 – November 6, 2019

We Teach Languages Episode 122: Collaborating to Build a Content-based Language Program with Gwen Barnes-Karol and Maggie Broner, Part II

In ep 122, Stacey continues her conversation with Dr. Gwen Barnes-Karol, who specializes in teaching literature, and Dr. Maggie Broner, a sociolinguist,  about how a content-based curriculum has transformed the language program at St. Olaf College in Minnesota. St Olaf's Spanish program focuses on textual analysis and academic language starting in the third semester, and they have no grammar review or intro to literature bridge course into the major. This episode, and Part I from last week, will break down how their approach plays out in classes.

For links and show notes, visit https://wp.me/p88mlO-5Ma

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We Teach Languages Midweek News Issue #74 – October 30, 2019

What are implicit and explicit knowledge in the context of a language classroom? What are past guests and contributors up to? Explore these questions and more in our Midweek News which includes a preview of this Friday's episode! The interactive PDF is the newsletter with clickable links. CLICK HERE: WTL Midweek News #74 Or, check … Continue reading We Teach Languages Midweek News Issue #74 – October 30, 2019