About the Journal

Published three times per year in open access, Babylonia is the Swiss review of language teaching and learning.

Babylonia features articles written by modern language teachers, teacher trainers and researchers in English, French, German, Italian or Rumantsch. Its aims are to promote quality foreign, heritage and local language instruction, to increase knowledge on research in multilingualism, and to bridge gaps between theory and practice in primary, secondary, tertiary and community language education.

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Babylonia sends 3 to 6 Newsletters in a year. Our Newsletters provide an overview of the newest issues; they also inform you about conferences or news in the area of Second Language Learning/Teaching, Multilingualism and Language Policies.
 

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Vol. 1 (2022): Vocabulary and Digitalization
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Verantwortliche für den thematischen Teil:
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Responsabels per la part tematica:

Laura Loder Buechel, Elisabeth Peyer & Isabelle Udry

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Published: 2022-04-26

Editorial

Introduction

Articles

Finestra

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