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The Linguist 53,6

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Annual Awards 2014 Congratulations to our winners! "It's always a great pleasure to present these Awards to individuals and organisations leading on language study and learning. All the more so given the critical need to spread awareness of the value that languages add to the UK and other world economies, and to the promotion of cross-cultural understanding." Ann Carlisle, Executive Director CIOL & IoLET See for details of all the winners Full feature on the awards and winners to follow in The Linguist 54,1 The Linguist CHARTEREDINSTITUTEOFLINGUISTS 53/2 APRIL/MAY 2014 Talking therapy How counsellors deal with the challenges of working in more than one language A room of one's own The home office can affect your health and wellbeing; could a shared office be the solution? Interpreting from A to B Working into a second language has become taboo but should it always be avoided? The perfect Christmas gift for all linguists The Linguist, the bi-monthly journal of the Chartered Institute of Linguists, offers a wide range of articles that are of interest to everyone working with, or interested in, languages. Did you know you can take out a gift subscription for a friend, colleague or relative? For more information, call +44 (0)20 7940 3100, email or visit Rates for 2015 Subscription One Two type year year UK £44 £84 Europe £59 £110 Rest of the world £63 £118 "Every article is relevant, interesting, well written and of practical value." TheLinguist The Linguist CHARTEREDINSTITUTEOFLINGUISTS 53/3 JUNE/JULY 2014 Haiti's real tragedy How interpreting might have saved lives Exam revision What lies ahead, as major changes are made to the GCSE? On the pitch Revelations from a Premier League interpreter The Linguist CHARTEREDINSTITUTEOFLINGUISTS 53/4 AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2014 Defining Russia Russian culture in the UK, from emerging literature to a multilingual media agency The making of the machine We go inside Microsoft to find out how translation engines are created A classroom that works How does the working environment affect a teacher's ability to inspire students? The Linguist CHARTEREDINSTITUTEOFLINGUISTS 53/5 OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2014 Languages at war From the professionalisation of interpreting to communication between troops, a three-article commemoration of WWI Shaking up the classroom An in-depth look at the controversial new proposals for A-level languages and what they mean for teachers To share or not to share? Could a shared office could be right for you? Find out how other translators are using coworking spaces 14:52 Page 1

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