by Leandro Paladino
How have views of (a foreign) language, grammar and teaching changed in the past 30 years? What positions have developed, as an alternative to seeing grammar as a set of (relatively fixed) rules? What are the implications, both linguistic and pedagogic, of viewing grammar from a wider perspective of sociopragmatic appropriateness and intercultural sensitivity? Join Leandro Paladino as he addresses these questions, with insights from research findings as well as practical classroom applications – all of it illustrated by a range of texts, videos and other sources to make the journey both illuminating and entertaining.
When? Friday August 19th – 18:30 to 20:00
Where? ZOOM Webinar
APRIR members: FREE
Students (Rosario) and members of FAAPI affiliated TAs: $300
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Leandro Paladino is a teacher of English language and literature (Universidad Nacional de La Plata) and holds a Master’s in Bilingual Education from the University of Birmingham, UK. As a teacher educator he holds teaching positions at tertiary and university level, both undergraduate and postgraduate. His main interests are (critical) multilingual pedagogies, discourse analysis and translanguaging. He is a founder and academic coordinator of Colegio York in La Plata, Argentina, and a deputy editor for the EAL Journal, UK.