Speaking of Language
S8E2 - Elvia Andía - Designing (Indigenous) Language Classes to Promote Spoken Proficiency

S8E2 - Elvia Andía - Designing (Indigenous) Language Classes to Promote Spoken Proficiency

September 15, 2021

Elvia Andía, Quechua Lecturer at The Ohio State University, follows up on her talk about teaching Indigenous language classes and her own experience teaching Quechua.

#ayllu

S8E1 - I‘ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer

S8E1 - I‘ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer

September 8, 2021

Our hosts Sam and Angelika return to campus and reflect on what's past and what's to come.

 

#Kabelsalat

S7E14 - Florencia Henshaw - Aspirations for Post-Pandemic Language Teaching

S7E14 - Florencia Henshaw - Aspirations for Post-Pandemic Language Teaching

May 19, 2021

We are joined by Florencia Henshaw, language educator, teacher trainer, program director, author, tech enthusiast, and social media trailblazer. She brings her energy for and expertise in online learning to our show. We discuss what we’ve learned about learning through the pandemic, and what wisdom we can take with us into post-pandemic language teaching.

#circumlocution

S7E13 - Eduardo Viana da Silva - Developing an Open and Inclusionary Language Textbook

S7E13 - Eduardo Viana da Silva - Developing an Open and Inclusionary Language Textbook

May 12, 2021

We are joined by Eduardo Viana da Silva from the University of Washington, who will give a talk as part of our monthly LRC Speaker Series this week on developing an open and inclusionary language textbook for Portuguese. He offers strategies for teachers interested in creating and sharing open materials.

#janela

https://uw.pressbooks.pub/batepapo/ 

S7E12 - Fatema Sumar - Language Access and Equity

S7E12 - Fatema Sumar - Language Access and Equity

May 5, 2021

We share highlights from a webinar hosted by Cornell’s Translator Interpreter Program featuring our own Angelika Kraemer, as well as TIP's founder, Fatema Sumar. A 2001 Cornell graduate, Fatema is now the President Biden-appointed Vice President of the Department of Compact Operations at the Millennium Challenge Corporation. Fatema who now works in the Biden administration.

The webinar was moderated by current TIP student leaders Tiffany Lam and Pearl Ngai, and was recorded by Matt Gorney. 

S7E11 - Cornell China Center

S7E11 - Cornell China Center

April 28, 2021

We speak with Ying Hua and Nina Chaopricha about the Cornell China Center and the events and opportunities afforded to students onsite in Beijing and on Cornell's campus.

#加油

#Donaudampfschifffahrtskapitänskajüte 

#颖

https://chinacenter.cornell.edu/

 

S7E10 - Bill VanPatten - Barriers to Innovation in Language Teaching

S7E10 - Bill VanPatten - Barriers to Innovation in Language Teaching

April 21, 2021

Bill VanPatten, the Diva of Second Language Acquisition, returns to Speaking of Language to chat about revolution and his recent talk for our monthly LRC Speaker Series, "Barriers to Innovation in Language Teaching.

#monpetitchou

Watch Dr. VanPatten's talk here.

S7E9 - Nancy Martinsen - Mentoring and Supporting International Students

S7E9 - Nancy Martinsen - Mentoring and Supporting International Students

April 14, 2021

Nancy Martinsen of Cornell’s Asian and Asian American Center describes the joys and challenges of being an international student in the United States, and what we can do to support these students.

#matapang

 

A3C website

Including International Students in Online Teaching

@cornella3c

@isu.cornell

S7E8 - Rebecca Roberts - Planet Word

S7E8 - Rebecca Roberts - Planet Word

April 7, 2021

We learn about the Planet Word Museum in Washington, D.C. and its innovative exhibits on the wonders of the English language, with its Curator of Programming, Rebecca Roberts.

#serendipity

https://planetwordmuseum.org/for-educators/

S7E7 - Giulia Andreoni - Theater, Music, and Language Learning

S7E7 - Giulia Andreoni - Theater, Music, and Language Learning

March 31, 2021

Giulia Andreoni, Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Romance Studies at Cornell University with a major concentration in Italian literature, suggests ways to incorporate music and drama into language teaching and learning.

#sun

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