• Philogelos Joke 6 – Doctor Shame

    Posted on August 14, 2018 by nmladmin_wp1 in Uncategorized.

    Here’s Joke 6: An idiot sees his local doctor walking towards him, and quickly hides his face. His friend asks him what’s up. “It’s so long since I was last ill,” explains the idiot, “that I’m embarrassed to see him.” Return to the Philogelos Jokes page

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  • Philogelos Joke 164 – Dive Under!

    Posted on August 14, 2018 by nmladmin_wp1 in Philogelos Jokes, Virtual.

    Joke 164 is: A Kymaean is swimming in the sea when it starts to rain – so he dives underwater to avoid getting wet. Return to the Philogelos Jokes page

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  • In Memory of Joseph E. Page

    Posted on July 15, 2018 by nmladmin_wp1 in Blog.

    The Board of Trustees of the National Museum of Language is saddened to hear of the passing of one of our most active and influential founders, Joseph E. Page, on Monday, July 9, 2018. See a newsletter article below describing Joe’s service to the Museum as one of the founding Trustees. Here is the  Gasch’s […]

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  • Interview with Rachel La Russo, PhD candidate at UMass

    Posted on July 9, 2018 by Rob Glass in Blog.

    Each year, more and more young Americans are traveling abroad to teach English. Some are looking for a “gap year” experience after college that will also serve as a resume builder, others do it for mission or volunteer experience, and others use it as an opportunity to learn a second or third language while giving […]

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  • NML’s 2018 Summer Camp: A Spanish Language and Culture Day

    Posted on June 22, 2018 by nmladmin_wp1 in Blog.

    The summer camp returned this summer to College Park City Council Chambers on July 10th, for a pop-up camp called “A Spanish Language and Culture Day.” Make friends, learn a new language, and learn more about people from other nations in a fun setting right in your own backyard. The camp ran from 9:30-12:30. Participants […]

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  • Interview with Tío Antonio, Owner of “Café de las Sonrisas”

    Posted on June 20, 2018 by Rob Glass in Blog.

    Would you be able to communicate with those who are Deaf or hard-of-hearing? Even if you know American Sign Language (ASL), mos countries have their own particular sign languages. “Tío” Antonio Prieto Buñuel, a native of Spain currently residing in Nicaragua, a country with little special education and even less opportunities for people with disabilities, […]

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  • The Future of Language Learning Part 4: Changing Communities, Growing Opportunities

    Posted on June 3, 2018 by Rob Glass in Blog.

    In our first article of this series, we saw the changes that can be made at the federal level; these sweeping, overarching laws and spending bills can have a massive impact on how languages are taught and what money and funding is available to make these changes happen. However, as many of us know, governmental […]

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  • Noah Webster: Creating an American Dictionary for an American English

    Posted on May 20, 2018 by Rob Glass in Blog.

    Have you ever learned to read and write from a reader in elementary school? Have you ever published a book under copyright or wondered how we established intellectual property? Have you ever saw the word “color” and wondered why Americans omit the “u?” Whether or not you know, the man whose dictionary was probably a […]

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  • The Future of Language Learning Part 3: Preserving the Past

    Posted on May 7, 2018 by Rob Glass in Blog.

    Sometimes, the future involves taking a look at the past. In recent years, there has been a renewed interest and effort to preserve the world’s indigenous languages. An indigenous language is defined as a language, usually now the minority, spoken by the original peoples of a nation. There have been many programs designed to preserve […]

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  • The Future of Language Learning Part 2: Do Apps Help or Hinder?

    Posted on April 17, 2018 by Rob Glass in Blog.

    Please note that this article solely represents the opinion of the author   In recent years, the number of apps and programs designed to teach a language to whomever is willing to dedicate the time has grown exponentially. Whereas even 10 years ago Rosetta Stone was the only available program, and fairly pricey at that, […]

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