My invitation throughout this podcast is to reflect on your own personal “novel” – the story of your life as reflected in the roles and impact of language on you, the chief protagonist.
What does it mean to “free up” language? In this fun and insightful conversation, guest Florencia Henshaw and host Norah L. Jones of Fluency Consulting explore how “loosening control” can power up our development of and relationship with the living organism of language.
Jill Kushner Bishop, Founder and CEO of Multilingual Connections, shares insights with Norah L Jones of Fluency Consulting on how language and culture must be in the forefront of how companies prepare to do business in an interconnected world.
First ask Why. Then point out the path to How. Linda Zins Adams shares with Norah L. Jones of Fluency Consulting the steps to meaningful language learning and life-long cultural connections.
How does language and culture fit into what you share with others? Clarissa Adams Fletcher brings the concept of hope and identity into the forefront of this conversation with Norah L. Jones of Fluency Consulting.
In Episode 39, Jen Carson talks with Norah L Jones of Fluency Consulting about the justice, as well as the power, of insuring that all may be engaged in and profit by world language and culture studies.
My guest this week is language educator superstar Parthena Draggett. Parthena shares inspirational stories and insights leading us to global awareness and participation.
In this week’s conversation with educator and author Parthena Draggett, we explore the power and transformation of connecting language learning and application to life.
The words we know are intimately connected with the cultural environments we learn them in. Let me tell you some stories, and then let’s explore the cultural contexts of the words we know and use.
Come with me on a language and culture journey — and it all starts with bread! What will you discover about YOUR language and YOUR culture? Watch, ponder – and enter the conversation! This video ties to the previous post, “Language, Culture, and Bread.” I welcome you to read my thoughts there as well, andContinue reading “A Video Conversation on Language, Culture, Bread”