The latest issue of Babel updates members on a range of issues and includes the following articles:
- AFMLTA 19th biennial conference Horwood Address: Accomplished teaching of languages and cultures doesn’t happen by chance: Reflective journal entries of a ‘returnee’ to the learner seat by Lesley Harbon
- The necessity to redefine Chinese second language learners: A Victorian case study by Gary O’Meara
- Marginal words – sophisticated attitudinal meaning making resources in the Vietnamese language: Implications for the shaping of Vietnamese teaching in the Australian Curriculum: Languages (Vietnamese) by Thu Thi Bich Ngo
- Report – AFMLTA welcomes the release of the Australian Curriculum: Languages by Anne-Marie Morgan
If you are a current member of MLTAWA and have not received your copy, please contact [email protected] so that your address details can be forwarded on to the Babel Journal editor.