Monthly Archives: January 2013

ENGB3 is over – it’s time to get serious with ENGB4

You may recall me mentioning in our last lesson the way that students have used blogs in the past as a means of demonstrating progress, sharing ideas, keeping links and resources together, making things like surveys/questionnaires available, and s… Continue reading

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Ancient Scripts: Why Languages Change Tags: ENGB3, change, history Dialect levelling in Britain – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Tags: ENGB3, change, language change, varieties Studying the History of English Comprehensive coverage of History of English and Language Change issues from … Continue reading

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Descriptivism vs. prescriptivism: War is over (if you want it) « Sentence first Tags: ENGB3, change, prescriptivism, attitudes Posted from Diigo. The rest of English Language Teachers group favorite links are here.

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The Rise of Prescriptivism in English Academic paper on eighteenth century prescriptivism, the ‘Academy’ question etc Tags: prescriptivism, ENGB3, attitudes, academy – By Ant Heald Posted from Diigo. The rest of English Language Teachers group favorite links are here.

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