We Teach Languages Episode 50: What do students learn when they learn language?

In ep 50, Stacey asks 'Besides proficiency in the language, what do you want your students to learn in your language classroom?" We all want our students to learn  language. However, there are other things students can and should learn through language study. In March, at the SCOLT annual meeting, Stacey asked attendees this question. The answers Stacey recorded reflect teachers' diverse perspectives and fall within the scope of existing research on what students learn when they study a language.

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2018/04/29/ep-50

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We Teach Languages Episode 48: Welcoming and Advocating for New Arrivals with Lesley Cioccarelli

In ep 48, Stacey hears from Australian educator, advocate, and #AusELT administrator, Lesley Cioccarelli. Lesley explains some of the options for language learning and settlement available to recent immigrants in Australia. She also talks about the professional organizations that advocate for the best interests of those learners and why teachers should be members of their local and national professional associations.  

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2018/04/13/ep-48-with-lesley-cioccarelli

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We Teach Languages Episode 24: Advocacy, the Seal of Biliteracy, and Steps We Can All Take with Amanda Seewald

In ep 24, Caleb Howard interviews Amanda Seewald, a teacher, coach, and curriculum developer in New Jersey, about her experiences advocating for world languages and for her students, including how her advocacy work led to the signing of the Seal of Biliteracy into law in 2016.  

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2017/10/20/episode-24-advocacy-with-Amanda-Seewald

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