Innovations in Language Teaching and Learning is the blog where I will be sharing innovations that I have produced myself or seen elsewhere and just reporting about.

Included here will be any method or content that enhances, enriches, facilitates, eases and adds fun to Language Teaching and Learning.

Thank you for your  feedback,

Julien Hamilton-Hart


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  1. Hi Julien,

    I came across this image https://iltl.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/facebook-account-creation.jpg in a blog post you wrote entitled, “Using Facebook for Language Learning.” I am preparing some PowerPoint presentations about scaffolding and project-based language learning for teachers, and I would love to include this image as an excellent example of how templates can be used to support students in producing language. I would credit you by name on the slide. I would also include this citation in the notes section of the slide and in the credits at the end of the presentation:

    Hamilton-Hart, Julien. (2010). Using facebook for language learning. ILTL. Retrieved 2012, from
    https://iltl.wordpress.com/2010/11/11/using-facebook-for-language-learning/ Direct link: https://iltl.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/facebook-account-creation.jpg Used with permission.

    Please let me know if this would be acceptable to you.

    Thank you for the wonderful resources your blog provides. They are particularly useful to the pre-service teachers with whom I work.


    Cherice Montgomery, Ph.D.
    Assistant Professor of Spanish Pedagogy
    Brigham Young University
    3177 Joseph F. Smith Building
    Provo, UT 84602
    801-422-3465 (Office)

    • Hello Cherice, thank you for reading and for being so courteous. Of course you may use the material you mention! I am happy that you find it useful. I have another blog at www. Efrenchology.com which you could find useful.
      Please send me a link to your PowerPoint presentations if you slide share them, I’d love to see your work.
      Wishing you much happy and fruitful work with these!
      All best,

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