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Puzzling for learning: What's in the box?

"What's in the box?" is the title of a 1964 "Twilight Zone" episode. It's also the infamous question Brad Pitt's character, David Mills, asks his nemesis in the 1995 movie Se7en, and the name of a Japanese game show that spurred an American spinoff on YouTube. A box of...

source: By Debra Josephson Abrams
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Many intrepid explorers have lamented that foreign languages don't come naturally to them. And a new study from the University of Washington revealed why they just might be right. Psychologists studying second language acquisition found they could predict a person's aptitude...

source: Travel + Leisure

A Hamilton, ON, man's attempt to preserve the language of his ancestors has taken him farther than he ever thought possible — from humble YouTube beginnings to teaching a Grammy-winning, multi-platinum selling musician a...

source: CBC News

There are so many myths surrounding language learning: You need to do this. You need to be that. You have to be musical and have an ear for music. You have to have a talent for language learning. One of the biggest myths I have come across...

source: The Huffington Post

Fang Yuanjie loved spending time at Victoria Park, and even more so now he can play a popular mobile game on the grounds. Yuanjie, 20, is one of 22 students from China who spent four weeks on the Dalhousie Agricultural Campus before...

source: Truro Daily News

With school just a few weeks away, many Syrian refugees in the Region of Waterloo, ON, will be getting ready to start their first-ever school year in Canada. Because of the war, many adolescent refugees have large gaps their...

source: CBC News

The English learner often attempts to communicate by drawing upon...

source: By Douglas Magrath


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