Language on the Move

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Language on the Move is a peer-reviewed sociolinguistics research site devoted to multilingualism, language learning and intercultural communication in the contexts of globalization and migration.
Language on the Move aims to disseminate sociolinguistic research to a broad global audience.

 

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Remember Joseph speaking to his brothers through an interpreter?

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Chinese signage on churches is increasingly prominent in Sydney’s linguistic landscape. These signs are surprising because they are bilingual in a predominantly English monolingual linguistic landscape. They are also surprising because Chinese is not the language of a traditional Christian population. Chinese-English bilingual church signage is evidence of a growing trend...

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During the COVID-...

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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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(Image credit: Grey & Smith-Khan, 2021)

Together with another Language on the Move regular, Laura Smith-Khan, I have just published a new...

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