Here’s a quick preview of what’s coming up this week on Applied Linguistics (Re)Coded:
13 March 2017: Quality Training for NESTs—This post responds to Rao and Yuan’s 2015 article on NESTs in China. It extends part of their conversation on teacher training.
17 March 2017: The Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis and Second Language Acquisition—This post will reflect on my reading of Pavlenko’s article on the 2016 special issue Language Learning on linguistic relativity. This post will include some shocking reminders about the real history of the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis (SWH).