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Using gestures to enhance language instruction

Active engagement is an important tenet of instruction and learning — important in both learning and mastering content as well as language. There are many ways to keep students engaged in instruction, including using a variety of activities and discourse, and teaching...

source: By Erick Herrmann
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Teaching English abroad actually changed my whole life. Honestly, I look at the things I like about my life today and can attribute almost all of them to my decision to each ESL abroad. I learned incredibly marketable skills, built a career path out of pretty much nothing...

source: Huffington Post

Des représentants du comité de sélection des Jeux de la francophonie canadienne 2020 ont visité certaines installations de la Ville de Longueuil, le 12 janvier. Cette visite s'inscrit dans le processus...

source: Le Courrier du Sud

The Squamish language, Skwxwú7mesh snichim, is on the brink of extinction, with fewer than 10 fluent speakers remaining. All B.C. First Nations face a similar reality, which is creating an urgent and growing interest among First...

source: SFU News

A language that hasn't been spoken for more than 1,000 years is being taught this semester at the University of Toronto, a step perhaps towards decoding rarely understood excerpts of history. The ancient Ethiopian language of Ge'ez is...

source: Toronto Star

Le cerveau des bilingues fait régulièrement l'objet d'études. La dernière en date a été menée par l'Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal qui a découvert que les personnes parlant...

source: BIBA

Bilinguals may be better at saving brain power and are equipped to stave off cognitive ageing or dementia, a new study has found. Researchers from the University of Montreal in Canada compared what are known as functional brain connections...

source: India Times


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