Welcome to LoCALL
LoCALL examines multilingualism in ordinary places and in everyday lives. By involving both teachers and pupils in mapping local linguistic landscapes, it aims to harness the multilingualism that is all around us for language and intercultural education.
A new terrain for multilingual and transcultural pedagogies The University of Calgary organises an on-line conference on linguistic landscapes and equitable pedagogies on the 26th April. Registration is free but mandatory. https://werklund.ucalgary.ca/shifting-linguistic-landscapes/conference-agenda The LoCALL project will be presented by S. Melo-Pfeifer, who is giving the talk “Linguistic landscapes in the foreign language classroom: A pathwayContinue reading “Conference: Shifting Linguistic Landscapes”
Lokale taallânskippen, dêr docht it Erasmus+ projekt LoCALL ûndersyk nei. It giet dan net allinnich om hokker talen der sichtber binne yn de iepenbiere romte en hoe’t dy wjerjûn wurde, mar ek om it sichtber ynsetten fan dizze talen yn it taalûnderwiis. Dosinten hawwe hieltyd faker te krijen mei in superferskaat oan talen yn harContinue reading “Ûndersyk LoCALL projekt”
Not so long ago Bodø did not exist in my world. Anything above the Arctic Circle was a cold, dark, inhospitable place in a National Geographic documentary. Bodø is now my home. The capital of Nordland county and the second largest city in Northern Norway, Bodø was recently given the unique honour of becoming theContinue reading “Bodø, linguistic landscapes in the Arctic, by Nayr Ibrahim”
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