To The Editor
Thank you for the HLT which I always get with great pleasure. It really makes me feel very close to you . I have appreciated the new edition, an example of how something can be renewed respecting tradition.
Another posirtive quality is the more and more growing number and variety of teachers who contribute to the success of HLT. I really hope it can continue to inspire so many teachers all over the world encouraging them to master the art of teaching.
I really congratulate you and the whole staff on keeping it alive for such a long time, (20 years!) with continuous updating of everything connected with teaching.
Lots of wishes for the New Year.
Have you ever (really) thought about why you learn the language(s)? Have you ever (really) thought about why you teach children the language? Have you ever (really) thought about why were languages invented?
I believe the answer is ... to communicate. In my new blog-post, I talk about how I approach young language learning for communication. It's step 4 in the PBA.
If you find it useful, share it. Have a great day,Mija Selič
For many years I have been interested in HLT and very much appreciate your journal’s emphasis on
innovative, creative approaches to language teaching. I am the founder of the Scenario Project
(http://scenario.ucc.ie) at University College Cork. From our recent Scenario Forum Symposium
(Hanover University – 21-22 Sept 2018) arose ‘Recommendations for the Promotion of a Performative
Teaching, Learning and Research Culture in Higher Education’ (click here
Would you as editor of HLT perhaps be interested in making these recommendations available to HLT
Wishing you a great start into the New Year,
Professor Manfred Schewe
Department of German, School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures
National University of Ireland – University College Cork
Cork, IrelandEmail: email@example.com
I found this popular account interesting in itself and also for the links. Might be worth sharing?
All best as alwaysPhilip Prowse
I'm particularly pleased with my newest article:
A former German minister of foreign affairs has also contributed an article. It's great to know I'm among such distinguished contributors on the KT site.
You're welcome to share my article - please include the source.
And this one on ELT
Have a good weekend,
Hi Hania,you might be interested in these books written by me. They contain some of the articles written for HLT but also other material that hasn't appeared in your pages. If you'd like to, you can select any of the articles for future publication, https://www.morebooks.shop/store/gb/book/may-i-torture-you-teacher/isbn/978-613-7-38725-2, https://www.morebooks.shop/store/gb/book/may-i-torture-you-teacher-vol-2/isbn/978-613-7-39337-6 , https://www.morebooks.shop/store/gb/book/may-i-torture-you-teacher-vol-3/isbn/978-613-7-39696-4 .
A call for help
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Relationship building across cultures
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In our complimentary article, the editor of MET Robert McLarty writes about when he made it back into the classroom to teach a three-week course, after being out of full-time teaching for over 20 years. He describes how it felt and what lessons were learnt along the way.
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