Pictogloss: a student-driven process of activity development (ETAS Journal, Winter 2012)

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An article on how I worked with my students to develop a variation of Ruth Wajnryb’s dictogloss using small sketches based on an activity by John Fanselow.  The article appeared in the 2012 winter issue of the ETAS Journal and the full article is available (with permission of ETAS) by clicking the above image or following the link here:

Pictogloss, ETAS journal winter 2013-Stein

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