This week on TTELT, Heather Reichmuch tells us how to teach our students proper email etiquette, an important skill for all of us to have.
Here is the link to the article she wrote with Joyce Paek: http://newsmanager.commpartners.com/tesolc/print/2019-11-01/3.html
Here are the links to other research she has done:
Reichmuth, H.L. (2020). Language investment of white native English speaking women in transnational marriages in Korea. I-LanD Journal. 67-86. https://www.torrossa.com/en/resources/an/4722676
Kim, T. & Reichmuth, H.L. (2020). Exploring cultural logic in becoming teacher: a collaborative autoethnography on transnational teaching and learning. Professional Development in Education. 1-16. https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1135&context=cehsedadfacpub
Gordon, R.R., Reichmuth, H.L., Her, L., De Costa, P. (2021). Thinking Beyond "Languaging in translanguaging pedagogies: Exploring ways to combat white fragility in an undergraduate language methodology course. In Lanvers, East, and Thomson (Eds.) Language learning in Anglophone countries: Challenges, practices, solutions. London: Palgrave Macmillan. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Peter-De-Costa/publication/348303180_Thinking_Beyond_Languaging_in_Translanguaging_Pedagogies_Exploring_Ways_to_Combat_White_Fragility_in_an_Undergraduate_Language_Methodology_Course/links/6001066892851c13fe105cfa/Thinking-Beyond-Languaging-in-Translanguaging-Pedagogies-Exploring-Ways-to-Combat-White-Fragility-in-an-Undergraduate-Language-Methodology-Course.pdf
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