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The Farm to Table French Phrasebook

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Whether you're an old hand at visiting France, preparing for your first trip there, or just really LOVE French cuisine, I've got the book for you. The Farm to Table French Phrasebook: Master the Culture, Language, and Savoir Faire of French Cuisine, written by French native Victoria Mas, is a much-needed addition to the various ways of learning about French culture.

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Do we care about learning styles?

The development of students’ self-awareness of their learning styles has long been a concern of mine; that is, students' self-awareness of their learning styles can be used as a tool to improve the process of learning EFL.

 

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US High School Scholarship Program NSLI-Y Promotes Language Study

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U.S. Department of State Scholarship Program for American High School Students Promotes Study of Critical Languages

 

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Back to School Again: What About ESL Classroom Management?

“The role of the teacher is to create conditions in which learning can take place.”
(Scrivener, 2006)
     

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ESL Tips: The importance of giving feedback

Traditionally, tests and examinations evaluate how students perform in terms of learning outcome. However in a learner-centred education system, it is more important to monitor students' learning processes and to give them direct feedback.

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How Did the English Language Come to Be?

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English is truly a lingua franca, or global language. It is spoken in countries throughout the world and studied by millions of students every day. However, English, evolutionarily speaking, is a relatively new language. To understand where English comes from, let’s journey back to the beginning of language itself.

 

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