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Geopats Language

An Education, Society and Culture podcast featuring Stephanie Fuccio
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Daniel has been documenting his process of learning English via his podcast for while now. It's super inspiring so I feel the need to question him about what inspired him to start, what he's learned (other than language) and what his podcast pl
We are looking for non-fluent, non-language learners to talk about a language that is around them but that they do NOT know. This episodes explains this some more. Www.stephfuccio.com Support this podcast
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Today’s episode is not our usual conversation style. Instead we’re going to get a deep dive update from previous guest Von from episode 13 of Geopats Language. Back in November I participated inhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/napodpomo/ ( Natio
I recently wrote a post for The Podcast Host about https://www.thepodcasthost.com/training-development/women-and-femxle-podcast-editors-groups/ (Women and Femxle Podcast Editor's Groups). The response to the post and the conversations that came
Can learning a new language unlock part of your personality? This is something I've wondered my entire language play experience. And I've been asking guests flavors of this question more and more lately. How Kyle and Diane answer this questio
Language can be a lens into culture, a way to share our experiences and a tool to help others.   These are some of the aspects of language that we discuss with guest Elizabeth Gowing. She worked in primary education in inner London before movin
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How can a blind person learn and engage with language?  Kavein, who has been blind since birth, is here to help us understand more about language learning and usage while being blind. We als touch on accessibility issues with technology, specif
If you've ever wondered what it's like to live and do linguistic research in Kathmandu, Nepal, this episode is for you! Big & White, their podcasting nicknames, are two American Linguists who, until very recently were living in Nepal and creati
It makes my heart soar when someone I am interviewing quotes a previous guest. This is what happened with then Mandarin Chinese language learner Von and his "brain burn" description on Geopats Language podcast back in 2018. So even though Von h
This episode is really special for me. Last month for NaPodPoMo I had the extreme pleasure of chatting with Damon Castillo for this episode. Yes, THE Damon Castillo of the Mess of Me album that we've been using for the past 2 years in all of th
Are you bold in your language learning? Matthew Boyle, guest from episode 11, is here to convince you that you should be. More info: https://www.stephfuccio.com/geopatslanguage/34 (https://www.stephfuccio.com/geopatslanguage/34 ) Ways to Suppor
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On September 30, 2020 I was thrilled to lead a language learning Podcasters panel for International Podcast Day. You can watch the video of this panel on YouTube, https://youtu.be/hR8fr0Hapo0, OR you can listen to this on this episode. Thank yo
In this episode we are talking to Ken Hirano, who was born in Japan but his family moved to the U.S. before he started school. He has returned to Japan to live a few times in his life, and now is one of them. He moved back to Tokyo about a year
Welcome to a language learning conversation in 3 acts with Kerstin Cable of The Fluent Show Podcast. Act 1 is where Kerstin and I share our empathy for the language learner during the sometimes arduous process. But then we hit heads in act 2 by
This is our first before and after language follow up episode. Cameron and I chatted about his Mandarin Chinese language learning process and progress in September 2019, in episode 21 (https://www.stephfuccio.com/geopatslanguage/21 (https://www
I really hope you join us in reviewing podcasts that you love to share the podcast joy. I already have 2 reviews that I know I will write myself. Remember, #PodRevDay is on the 8th of every month, so if you can't participate this month, mark yo
The Geopats Podcast has SPLIT into many podcasts. The old Geopats Podcast feed is now Geopats Podcasitng, the podcast about podcasting that taps into the global experience. All other shows from the old Geopats Podcast podcast are listed below w
In this episode, Steph Cook of Transcontinental Overload is kind enough to ponder 3 aspects of German that strike me (Geopats Steph) as strange. Her insights and humo(u)r about these differences is a sheer delight. You will never hear the Germa
How much overlap is there between music and language? Sinologist, Linguist, Jazz Pianist & returning Geopats Podcast Guesthttps://geopats.podbean.com/geopats/episode/update/id/%20https:/twitter.com/david__moser ( David Moser), joins us again fo
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