Opening Discussion: Beyond the Bubble (9:30 am)

Academics are often accused of living in a bubble. Why reach out, why now, and what can we hope to achieve?

Please take notes in this Google doc! We'd love to have a record of what was said.

Informal Science Writing

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Some great examples of “listicles”:

Paul Anthony Jones, 15 Words That Are Way More Interesting Than They Seem (etymology)

Great examples of longer articles/blog posts:

Image-based:

“How to name animals in German”, John-Erik Jordan (Babbel Magazine)

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Star Wars recursion:

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Ways to say “very”:

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Meme-busting:

Ridiculous counting in French:

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Lunch Panel: Linguistic Diversity in Education (12:15 pm)

Our panelists will discuss key issues surrounding linguistic diversity in education.

Again, please take notes and post questions in this Google doc!

Talking to Decision-Makers (2:00 pm)

See the slides

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