Identity and the Language Poets
NOVEMBER 5, 2013
Week 8 focussed on an introduction to Language Poetry. The self is languaged – is formed by and in language – and is multiple across time (moments and eras) and thus from paratactic sentence to paratactic sentence. ModPo has been moving too fast for me again.
Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Language and social distance
MAY 17, 2008
Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0 This practice remains very much the focus of language teaching in China. The structural approach contrasts with communicative language teaching (CLT). I’ve seen this time after time at my language schools here in Shanghai.]
An Introduction to the Divided Brain – Part 2. Two types of Language
MARCH 25, 2015
Two types of Language. A basic grounding in the hemisphere hypothesis, including its significance for understanding the nature of language, which is often thought to be a left hemisphere tool only. Language is not only in the LH, although language plays into the hands of the LH.
3 Articles: mLearning for language teachers
OCTOBER 17, 2012
The editors have kindly given me permission to share these articles, which are written with English language teachers in mind. wondering what it has to do with language teachers. I recently wrote three articles about mobile learning for the print publication Modern English Teacher.
Papers on mobile assisted language learning (MALL)
NOVEMBER 25, 2013
The International Research Foundation (TIRF) has recently published five papers on mobile assisted language learning (MALL), all freely available on the TIRF website. Re-skilling Language Learners for a Mobile World (Agnes Kukulska-Hulme). Photo by Milica Sekulic.
Making a rough and ready pattern language as a creativity tool
APRIL 20, 2016
As a way of grounding these projects in patterns that are useful for this context we spent this afternoon generating a Navajo pattern language for resiliency.
70+ Online Language Communities and Resources
DECEMBER 4, 2007
multilingual language community howto resources
FEBRUARY 4, 2015
I have no problem with bad language, swearing, cussing. As they say, be warned, strong language – and now go read it. I want to hear plain language. Language, please! The post Language, please! Related posts: Language matters It matters more than you think. The language we use. General Language It’s not what you’re thinking. F**k no.
A Pattern Language for Effective Activism
How to Save the World
JUNE 30, 2014
The article I chose — A Pattern Language for Effective Activism — is now up. Bonus teaser: Here’s what a “pattern language” for effective action might look like: Preparing for Civilization''s End
SEPTEMBER 23, 2014
The language we use reveals a lot. The language I use as a facilitator reveals a lot about me (so much so that Sascha Rixon did a whole PhD on facilitation language) and the language you use can be like an open door, welcoming me into your world, or like a barrier, holding me at a distance so as I don’t get too close. Many of us use language without giving it a second thought. Yes, it’s about language. Community Culture Language
Language versus Writing and User Generated Content on the Web - Part Three
Portals and KM
DECEMBER 14, 2011
This is third part in a series prompted by interesting post, Language is not writing , from the Economist. We can move beyond writing to enable the richer aspects of language, along with visualizations. I started to look at the evolution of communication media yesterday. In my last post I brought us up to the printing press.
The meaning of words
DECEMBER 2, 2014
Even with a sample size of 14 responses*, there’s some interesting insights regarding word meanings and the use of language when facilitating. Language is an abstraction and representative. This is a language without possibility. Language is a form of power.
Kinetic type AND language AND Stephen Fry
SEPTEMBER 27, 2014
Its topic is about another love of mine; language. Kinetic type AND language AND Stephen Fry is a post from: vivmcwaters.com.au. The post Kinetic type AND language AND Stephen Fry appeared first on vivmcwaters.com.au. The language we use. Creativity Language Typography
The language of povertyism
OCTOBER 11, 2012
It seems to me that some of the language of political discourse is getting more and more dangerously partial. There's more serious, nasty abuse of language going on though. Once again we are being offered persistently a language that constructs poverty as the fault of individuals, thereby implying that the state is absolved of the responsibility to provide opportunity or support for them.
Igloo Adds Real-Time Language Translation #collaboration #culture #socbiz
Michael Sampson - Currents
AUGUST 2, 2012
Igloo Software added real-time language translation to its cloud-offered social business suite: " Worldwide collaboration can only work in a multilingual network, and that's why Igloo now crosses international barriers with ease. Upon login, users can set their default language preference.
Whistle language Silbo is disappearing because of technology
JANUARY 11, 2017
Javier explains that the shepherd on the isle of La Gomera have a whistle language called Silbo. It reminded me of the farmers in the Simien Mountains in Ethiopia who were also communicating from mountaintop to mountaintop by ordinary language. Anyway, Javier talks to the patron of this language and hears that with the advent of the telephone that language is dying.
Language versus Writing and User Generated Content on the Web - Part One
Portals and KM
DECEMBER 12, 2011
Here is an interesting post, Language is not writing , from the Economist. The post points out that, “Humans began speaking many tens of thousands of years before the first writing… Every healthy adult and older child in the world speaks, in one of 6,000-7,000 languages. A few hundred languages, at most, are written at all seriously. If language were only writing, it probably could never come into being.”
Several Short Sentences About the Welsh Language
How to Save the World
APRIL 12, 2017
The French language has evolved a similarly functioning expression — Ca va? The Welsh language does not support the possessive concepts of ownership or property, so there are no prepositional words equivalent to “my”, “your”, “their” etc.
Gurteen Knowledge Cafe: language and leadership
OCTOBER 30, 2009
Our subject is ‘language and leadership’ What is the relationship between language and leadership? Tags: Events bristol cafe Facilitation gurteen knowledge language leadership
Bridging Across Language Online | Full Circle Associates
OCTOBER 23, 2008
Because of this, and knowing how important it is to try and bridge across languages, I have been following the emergence of new sites to aid in translation on websites. The first is lingro: multilingual dictionary and language learning site.
The Language of ManagementCollaberwocky Episode 2
FEBRUARY 14, 2012
In this episode of Collaberwocky, Jabe Bloom, Corey Ladas and I discuss “The Language of Management.”. In this episode of Collaberwocky, Jabe Bloom, Corey Ladas and I discuss “The Language of Management.”
Exploring the Divided Brain – a 4 day course with Iain McGilchrist. Day 1 (pm)
AUGUST 27, 2016
19 th August 2016 pm – An Introduction to the Divided Brain – Part 2 (Embodied beings: language, thought, emotion, spirituality – and the brain, of course). Language developed 80-40,000 years ago and written language developed 4000 years ago. Language grows in us.
Online Communities Design Patterns
MARCH 10, 2010
online_community design patterns pattern_language socialmedia communities
The Power of Pattern Languages
How to Save the World
MAY 29, 2015
I was recently interviewed about Pattern Languages, and specifically about Group Works , the pattern language of collaborative, deliberative and participative processes that I was involved with (I’m a member of the coordinating team that produced the card deck based on the pattern language).
Technology: wikipedia in local languages
AUGUST 18, 2006
Various people from Kasahorow , GINKS , wikimedia and IICD / HIVOS have started conversations around wikipedia in local languages for development. We are brainstorming on a pilot in Ghana for the wikipedia in Akan, Ewe and Hausa languages.
Exploring the language of facilitation
JULY 8, 2008
I bumped into a fascinating article about the 'language of facilitation'. is behavioural and incorporates elements of body language 3. an attitude style emerging in language 4. By coincidence, one of the authors works for Anecdote , a company with a great weblog. The researchers wanted to find out what it means to speak 'facilitatively', from the premise that it is through the act of talking and speaking that sense is made and action enacted ( Weick ).
The language of leaving: Passages in Caregiving
JUNE 23, 2010
A few days after posting about our current predicament , my friend Emily called with urgent news: she'd just heard Gail Sheehy on NPR and I had to read her new book. I picked up Passages in Caregiving a few weeks later.
Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Re-thinking language instruction
NOVEMBER 28, 2007
Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0 Stunted » Re-thinking language instruction By the time we finished school, 90% of my generation hated the mandatory Irish lessons. Hundreds of thousands of kids (aka language learning machines) failed to master even rudimentary communication in the language we had studied for years. If the teachers had set out to kill the language, I’m not sure they could have done it more effectively.
Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Linear and non-linear learning
DECEMBER 13, 2007
Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0 About Ken Carroll « Stunted Skype, social networks and language learning » Linear and non-linear learning Obligatory pic of horrific looking 19th cen school that should add impact to the post. In a previous post , I talked about what language learning 2.0 There is no natural order of language learning that can be described as a linear set of morphemes.) Nothing like the Romance languages.
Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Skype, social networks and language learning
JANUARY 14, 2008
Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0 You can usually spot this problem on the interface, but I also got to see it up-close when I recently visited a multi-million dollar start-up (language instruction again) and met their leadership team.
Follow-up from the Leadership Learning Community Webinar
OCTOBER 17, 2011
I have used platforms that have multilingual interfaces — and which one will work for you depends on what languages you need. communities of practice community engagement events language networksLast Monday I was a guest of the Leadership Learning Community for an short online gathering. The description was pretty loose and they expected around 50 people to show up. Communities, Networks and Engagement: Finding a Place for Action.
Puddle Jumping @ the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education Conference
Full Circle Associates
MAY 14, 2014
collaboration complexity #CNIE2014 confluences Pattern_Language Well, it is on the schedule for tomorrow morning, so I had better be ready for my keynote at the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education Conference.
Hosting language revival
MARCH 16, 2010
He has always had a remarkable presence and a strong voice and a deep commitment to the thriving resiliance of Skwxwu7mesh culture and language. a language fluency game that builds skills using sign language and simple phrases. It’s a powerful learning game, and Dustin saw immediate applications for the Skwxwu7mesh language and he decided to host Evan and Willem and begin the process of waking up the native and ancient language of the territory in which I live.
Green Chameleon » They Are Stealing Our Language Now
AUGUST 30, 2007
How much damage does reinforcement of the language into common terminology by respectable and reputable knowledge managers actually do to a brand, as compared with a mean, nasty grasping little letter like this? And whose language is this anyway?
Green Chameleon » Language and Assumptions
FEBRUARY 28, 2007
www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Language and Assumptions It suddenly seemed odd to me that we are still using terms today for which there is no longer much relevance. Yet, they are expected to continue to use the language like it makes sense.
Read my blog in chinese and french language!
APRIL 18, 2007
Since I couldn't read my own blog in China, I'm happy to discover that some people are reading my blog in Chinese language! I found the french and chinese translations of my blog when I looked through the referals to my blog. Both persons used google translations.
Language and the Devil’s Advocate
FEBRUARY 8, 2012
Language is a reflection of our culture, a culture handed down over the many millenia of humans being humans. And from that story comes our language. And that there is no reason that story can’t start by our using different language.
Language versus Writing and User Generated Content on the Web - Part Two
Portals and KM
DECEMBER 13, 2011
An interesting post, Language is not writing , from the Economist prompted me to write a bit yesterday on the impact of Web on global conversations. The Web is a means to record both spoken language and writing. This dual capability is relatively new, especially in way the Web brings these forms to an increasing number of people on a global basis. Today I want to dip back to the history of communication media to see where we came from.
Saving indigenous language through fluency
MAY 24, 2010
Most of the indigensous languages of British Columbia are i n danger of disappearing. When I work in most places the only language you ordinarily hear is a prayer from and Elder or a conversation between to elderly speakers. To get people speaking his language, S kwxwu7mesh snichim , the language of the territory in which I live. What if languages were saved and reawakened through fun?
Where language comes too short…
DECEMBER 13, 2009
Not to mention the misunderstandings because some people are not native English speakers, assuming the text is written in that language. While these discussions are very fruitful, and we share insights that can make us think slightly different about these subjects than before, there is a fundamental problem that is hard to overcome: written language. Just some questions that illustrate the problems of written language.