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Have you ever wondered why we use particular sounds to call cats, unlike other animals? What’s ever more interesting is the they respond to our calls. (Well, most of the times, sometimes they do recognize the call but they choose to ignore you). And did you know that cats are called differently in different countries? … Continue reading "How People Call Cats in Different Countries."

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Ikhwân al-Safâ’

Publicado en OLDaily el 14/05/2021

Carmela Baffioni, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, May 14, 2021
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This is a really bad article about a really interesting topic. The Ikhwân al-Safâ’ is a set of notes - an introductory encyclopedia, really - on science and medicine authored and distributed in the tenth century CE. "It consists of...

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Sergio De Simone, InfoQ, May 14, 2021
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Personally I still use jQuery for things like text editors and sliders and such. This article describes how "GitHub has been working for the last few years to move away from jQuery and run its interface...

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Clayton R. Wright, Stephen's Web, May 14, 2021
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Clayton R. Wright's notable list of education and technology conferences is now available. He writes, "The conference world is still in a state of flux. I was unable to find information for about 18% of the events that were held in 2019. And, some major events seem to have been...

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Jessica Greene, Zapier, May 14, 2021
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RSS is of course a staple in my toolbox. I use it every day, I've built applications around it, and it gives me this huge advantage in keeping up with developments and discussions in the field. This article is presented in the context of a Zapier marketing campaign for 'email...

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Editor’s note: Since February 2020, we have been running a series devoted to language aspects of the COVID-19 crisis here on Language on the Move. In this new post, two teacher trainees, Amelia Baggerman and Bonnie James, reflect on their practicum experience during lockdown.

During the NSW school closures in 2020, Amelia Baggerman and Bonnie James undertook a TESOL practicum as part of their Applied Linguistics and TESOL degree at Macquarie University. The practicum is convened by Agnes Bodis. During the practicum, the majority of time is spent in a placement at a language teaching institution. Trainee teachers conduct observations,...

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CC Search to join WordPress.org

Publicado en OLDaily el 13/05/2021

Matt Mullenweg, Unlucky in Cards, May 13, 2021
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I'm not sure exactly what is meant by "join" here, other than that "Automattic has hired key members of the CC Search team and will sponsor their contributions." This is at first blush a good thing, as development had stalled, as evidenced by this...

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Richard Byrne, Free Technology for Teachers, May 13, 2021
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Blackbird's recent marketing campaign began some time in April and if you're teaching computer science you've probably heard of it by now. The...

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Frederick Hess, Education Next, May 13, 2021

There's a classic though illegitimate move in persuasive writing, and it is this: if you want to discredit an idea, associate it with an obviously bad idea. That's what's happening in this article. The obviously bad idea is 'Zoom in a room,' where students "sit in a classroom, masked and socially distanced, with Chromebooks... while the teacher instructs...

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Joanne Jacobs, Linking and Thinking on Education, May 13, 2021
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There are many moving parts in this post, which is great, though it makes teasing them apart a challenge. It begins with a reference to Greg Lukianoff's...

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Whether you speak English as a first or a second language, you have your own reasons for hating the English language. It could be the irritating spelling, pronunciation, or the confusing grammar rules that natives break all the time. Because a lot of people are learning English today than ever before, most of them express … Continue reading "26 Reasons Why The English Language is Insane."

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Wilfried Admiraal, International Journal on Studies in Education, May 13, 2021
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Educational researchers love a taxonomy, and this paper (24 page PDF) offers one categorizing types of OER users. based on an open...

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Es primavera y toca hablar de mensajes de amor, como he hecho otras primaveras (en las entradas La receta del amor, Amor en el aire y Sobre amores no hay nada escrito). Sin duda, el más bonito de todos los que he encontrado por las calles es este, que vi hace un tiempo en un rincón de un pequeño parque:Calle Francos RodríguezDicen que la imagen que usamos como fondo de pantalla (o fondo de

En una entrada anterior del blog, te expliqué cómo utilizar el verbo parecer con indicativo y subjuntivo, pero este no es el único verbo en español que admite el uso de los dos modos con variaciones de significado. En este artículo, te voy a explicar ocho verbos que también admiten la doble construcción con indicativo […]

La entrada Indicativo vs. subjuntivo con verbos de doble construcción se publicó primero en SVF SPANISH.

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Nikole D. Patson, Faculty Focus, May 12, 2021
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Most of this article is devoted to questions around recording class sessions. Having students participate in class is good for a variety of reasons, for example, to help restore some students' confidence. However, argues Nikole Patson, "being recorded increased their feelings of...

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