Language Learning in the Post-Brexit UK

Language Learning In the Post-Brexit UK:
Keeping it fun and interesting

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We would like to invite you to share your experiences with language learning, teaching, administration, parenting, and student advocacy in the post-Brexit UK as a way of documenting these stories and issues for future academic reference, and documentation. All contributions will be anonymous unless you choose them not to be. Contact information is purely optional and would only be used to obtain follow-up or other related communication.

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Talk Sources

Dennison, P. E. (1986) Brain Gym . Glendale, CA: Edu-Kinesthetics Inc.

Boorman, Joyce. Dance and Language Experiences with Children. Longman Canada, 1973. 

Gibbons, Pauline. Learning to Learn in a Second Language. Portsmouth, NH: Heineman, 1993. 

Griss, Susan. Minds in motion: A kinesthetic approach to teaching elementary curriculum. New Hamphsire: Heinemann, 1998 

Krashen, Stephen. Principles and Practice in Second Language Acquisition. Language Teaching Methodology Series. Oxford: Pergamon, 1982