Richard Hudson and Graeme Trousdale | 13 May 2019 | Dialogues Collection
Dialogue Papers in this Collection:
Language analysis in Schools: Education and Research (LASER)
by Richard Hudson and Graeme Trousdale
What does it mean to introduce language analysis in education? What are the LASER goals?
Teaching English grammar: The Englicious approach
by Bas Aarts
Why it is important for schools to teach about grammar and how Englicious can support teachers who are new to grammar.
Intrinsic interest and explicit instruction: Reforming MFL pedagogy in English schools
by Ian Bauckham
How language analysis resonates with the recommendations of the review (which he chaired) into the pedagogy of foreign-language teaching.
The importance of language analysis to mathematical, quantitative and computational sciences
by Paul Glaister
How language analysis can strengthen the strong language skills on which quantitative skills build.
Statistics: Insight not numbers
by Neil Sheldon
How language analysis fits into recent moves within education to teach statistical understanding.
A place for linguistics in Key Stage 5 Modern Foreign Languages
by Alice Corr, Jonathan Kasstan and Michelle Sheehan
Why linguistics could, and should, have a place in A-level foreign language studies.
Making language learning make sense at the National Centre for Excellence for Language Pedagogy
by Rachel Hawkes, Emma Marsden, Nick Avery, Rowena Kasprowicz and Robert Woore
How NCELP will promote language analysis in phonics, vocabulary and grammar.
Integrating linguistic analysis into science pedagogy
by Sally Zacharias
Science impacts all our lives: from antimicrobial resistance to the causes and effects of global warming; from grocery shopping to sending rockets to the Moon.