Always learning In an earlier post , I explored the use of the phrase ‘Always learning’ as a promotional tagline by Pearson. Pearson’s use of
Tag : Discourse
I know what you’re thinking. I could hear it when you clicked on this post. I know what dice are, you scoffed. I’ve played Yahtzee. Well,
On February 4th, 2022, the Republican National Committee wholeheartedly endorsed the congressional inquiry into the causes of the January 6th, 2021
Players, DMs, countrymen. Before we go into full on Dungeons & Dragons mode, I’d like to start today’s post by going a bit into psychology.
A real shirt from Urban Outfitters The following is a guest post from a member of the Wesleyan student body: Oat milk is substance derived from
There’s a wonderful promotional video for Pearson English https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6o1s8U88N8 that packs as many clichéd slogans and
Last time in our D&D safe space, we talked about narrative rpgs. Games like Dragon Age and Fable, narrative RPGs that combine strategy and
You have probably heard the following joke, or a version of it. What do we call a person who speaks three languages? A trilingual. And a person who
The world of language learning and teaching is full of theoretical constructs and claims, most of which have their moment of glory in the sun before
Émile Benveniste’s general linguistic theory was largely based on vocal speech acts. He only turned to writing in a sustained manner at the end of
In 1994, in a well-known TESOL Quarterly article entitled ‘The dysfunctions of theory/practice discourse’, Mark A. Clarke explored the imbalance
From Investigations: Grade 4, Unit 4, Investigation 2, Lesson 2 “This shape fits my rule,” said 4th grade teacher Ms. Cohen, moving the green
Yesterday was an exciting day in first grade: the launch of peas & carrots! This is the first “how many of each?” problem in first grade.
Emile Jansen is a pioneer of South African hip hop culture. Jansen is an artist, activist and now author of a book on the African origins of hip hop.
Innovation and ELT Next week sees the prize ceremony of the nineteenth edition of the British Council’s ELTons awards, celebrating ‘innovation in