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Own-language use in the language classroom: why, when, and how?

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Watch a recording of our latest webinar exploring the ways in which use of the learners' own language(s) can support learning in the classroom - both face-to-face and online.

About the webinar

This workshop explores the ways in which use of the learners' own language(s) can support learning in the classroom - both face-to-face, and, of course, online!

Examining when and how own-language use by teachers or learners might be helpful, you will reflect on your own attitudes to own-language use, examine possible alternatives to your current approach, and consider how far they are appropriate for your own context. We will look at how teachers might use the learners’ own language in class, and explore own-language practices, tasks and activities that learners might usefully engage in.

Date: 03 June 2020 

Watch a recording of the webinar below

About the speaker

Graham Hall is Associate Professor in Applied Linguistics/TESOL at Northumbria University, UK. He is author of Exploring English Language Teaching: Language in action (2011; 2nd edition 2017) which was winner of the 2012 British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL) book prize. He was editor of The Routledge Handbook of English Language Teaching (2016), and editor of ELT Journal from 2013-17. His professional and research interests range from classroom discourse and methodology to teacher research to the cultural politics of TESOL.

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