Volume 10 | Issue 1 | May 2022
The first article discusses typographic design in Māori-English bilingual picturebooks; and considers the relevance of the book design for the revitalization of Indigenous languages. With bilingual picturebooks, migrant or refugee students learning English can be supported in maintaining their home language: read more
This paper reports on an interdisciplinary project in Argentina. The project was affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, however the teacher educators turned this into an opportunity to develop student teachers’ confidence in front of a camera by having them record their reading of picturebooks aloud. read more
This article describes a critical-creative approach to the graphic memoir Fun Home by Alison Bechdel (2007) that was shared in a Norwegian teacher education context as an aesthetic learning process that can contextualize student teachers’ own experiences and generate a sense of community. read more
Robert Hill reviews on Literature for the English Classroom: Theory into Practice, edited by Gweno Williams and Anita Normann (2021)
REVIEWER: ROBERT HILL (TEACHER TRAINER, ITALY)
Janice Bland reviews Performative Language Teaching in Early Education: Language Learning through Dramaand the Arts for Children 3– 7, by Joe Winston (2022).
REVIEWER: JANICE BLAND (NORD UNIVERSITY, NORWAY) read more