Babel

Articles from Vol. 47, No. 1, November

Editorial
It is with great pleasure, considerable trepidation and a sense of honour that I begin my role as Editor of Babel, following in a long line of inspiring predecessors, whom I acknowledge for the dedicated and high-quality contributions they have made...
'In Bare Feet with My Journal': Promoting the Intercultural Development of Young Exchange Students
Abstract It is increasingly common for schools to form partnerships with schools in the countries of languages learned in the classroom. While there has been substantial investigation of language and culture learning in the context of tertiary study...
Reciprocal Role Peer Tutoring: Can It Enhance Students' Motivation and Perceptions of Proficiency When Learning a Foreign Language?
Abstract As a consequence of a substantially revised national curriculum in New Zealand, all schools are now required to provide opportunities for students in school Years 7 to 10 (age 11+ to 14+) to learn an additional language. There are, however,...
What Language Teachers Want-Considering the Evaluation of 18th Biennial Conference
Abstract Professional learning (PL) is an essential ingredient in the professional and personal lives of contemporary educators. PL can take many forms but large-scale conferences remain a touchstone in many fields, including languages education....
What Might Translingual Education Look Like?
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Introduction: Sherryl Saunders, President AFMLTA A particular feature of the AFMLTA Conferences is the Keith Horwood Memorial Lecture. The first meeting to discuss the formation of what was to become the AFMLTA was held...
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