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Scottish Languages Review – Issue 36 now published

14 September 2021 (SCILT)

At long last, the Scottish Languages Review is back!

The phenomenon of translanguaging is a central theme of the current issue, thanks to two fascinating antipodal perspectives. The second theme of this issue is the use of L2 in the classroom. Last but not least, Sonja Fedrizzi provides some highly perceptive and timely insights into how her secondary teaching has changed over periods of lockdown and blended learning, and reflects on how this experience can be valuable as teachers across Scotland and beyond return to the classroom.


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