Just a few more hours till our "English language learning & #neurodiversity" multiplier event in Wuppertal :)
Thanks to COVID19, I am stuck at home, joining in via Zoom. I *bet* the food in Italy is horrible, and the landscape in Bressano is no better than my view from the balcony.... (No, I don't want to know how much I am missing...)
New article by me
Bit of a labour of love by my co-author and I, a duoethnography on teaching second language listening.
I am doing a cumulative Habilitation, so this manuscript is only the introduction/summary that goes with the core of my Habil (=a pile of published papers). Still....
And, in case you cannot really imagine a hedgehog made from raw mince, served as part of a party buffet: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/0a/Mettigel_1.jpg/220px-Mettigel_1.jpg
So far (episode 7), the Netflix #Sandman looks like a lesser sibling - but a sibling, not a clownish imitation - of the original. Beautifully made, true to the graphic novel, even in its deviations from it. The only thing standing between it and utter perfection is that the original graphic novel had even *more* impact.
10 seconds of Desire - and I HATE them. Perfect casting 🤩
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