How many times have you been asked how to say a typical ríoplatense Spanish expression in English? This is what our How-Do-You-Say? Spot focuses on. Are you often at a loss by the mention in books and films of names or references that do not mean anything to us? In our Cultural Awareness Segment, we go into these aspects of English speaking countries, seeking a better understanding of the so-called cultural capsules. In our segment of Tips and Tools we share ideas that have worked for us when teaching and finally, in our Phonology Segment, we discuss recent changes in pronunciation.
Our annual agenda is defined meeting after meeting according to our Siggers' proposals.
The Language and Phonology SIG, following the spirit of every APIBA SIG, gives both teachers and teacher trainees the chance to share and network on an equal footing.
Coordinators: Adriana Mizrahi and Celia Nieto
Next meeting (2016): November 5th, 11:15 to 13:00
Venue: Av Triunvirato 3174, CABA (INSPT-UTN). Room 2.02.
Agenda: Organization of activity for the Closing Event. How-Do-You-Say? Spot: Hacerle pata a alguien, hacerle gancho a alguien, todo bicho que camina va a parar al asador and poner toda la carne al asador. Cultural Awareness Segment: not dealt with
Meetings (2016): April 9th, May 7th, June 4th, July 2nd, September 10th, October 1st, November 5th
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