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Translanguaging as a strategy for teaching and learning basic English grammar at the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez
English teaching grammar and translanguaging are topics already carried out by some authors such as, Hos & Kekec (2015), García and Li (20014) and Mazak and Herbas-Donoso (2015). Both topics are studied separately but ...
New literacies: Using anime to expand teachers’ resources in the classroom
A continually changing environment of technology and communication in the modern workforce has established a new baseline for 21st-century students who require ESL educators to involve visual resources in their curriculum ...
Gender, pedagogy, and werewolves: Duality in reading and teaching Quinn Loftis's Prince of Wolves
For generations werewolves have been a symbol of an uncontrollable male desire, however, Quinn Loftis has changed the civilized-savage binary in her novel, Prince of Wolves, to suggest that in the wake of multiple rape ...