We Teach Languages Episode 54: Keeping Pace with How Students and Methods are Changing with Mei Zhou

In ep 54, Sichen Wan interviews an EFL teacher that was influential in her own study of English, Mei Zhou. Mei teaches at a languages-focused high school in Chengdu, China and has been teaching for 18 years. In their conversation, Sichen asks Mei about what excellent language teaching looks like and Mei provides some great advice for new language teachers. 

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2018/05/25/ep-54-with-mei-zhou

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We Teach Languages Episode 52: Story Listening and Efficient Acquisition with Beniko Mason

In ep 52, Dr. Beniko Mason joins the podcast to talk to Stacey about Story Listening and the most efficient way for learners to acquire language. In her four decades of teaching and researching, Dr. Mason has produced both impressive research as well as impressive results for her students. Be sure to check out the show notes to find links to her publications and current projects. 

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2018/05/11/ep-52-with-beniko-mason

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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 46: Labor Issues and Language Teaching with Mura Nava

In ep 46, Stacey interviews Mura Nava, who teaches English to adults in France, about the state of the English language teaching labor market. Mura shares his experiences as an English teacher in France and introduces us to some individuals and organizations working for justice for teachers.  

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2018/03/30/ep-46-with-mura-nava

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We Teach Languages Episode 43: Common Misconceptions in English Language Teaching with Ryuko Kubota

In ep 43, Stacey asks Ryuko Kubota, a professor of language and literacy education at the University of British Colombia, about a recent publication in which she explores ten common misconceptions in English language teaching (ELT). Ryuko talks about several of those misconceptions, including how beliefs about native speakers, whiteness, and legitimate forms of language contribute to the general public's understanding of who is a good language teacher. 

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2018/03/09/ep-43-with-ryuko-kubota

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