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translingual approach as it positions writing and language as fluid rather than a static standardization, illustrat- ing a benefit of language negotiation – ‘I realized different languages have different ways of thinking’ – specifically, this points to how the encourage- ment of language negotiation develops critical thinking skills. Looking Forward What these three examples of student writing show us is that the act of translation, while seemingly impersonal, is entangled with the personal through close reading, social practice and linguistic choice. Students almost

, , pp. –. A Note on Method . On the perils of reading social practice from didactic texts, see Jay Mechling, ‘Advice to Historians on Advice to Mothers’, Journal of Social History  (–), pp. –. . Thomas Wemyss Reid, A Memoir of John Deakin Heaton, London, , p. . . For example, the MS Diary of Robert Holt, Liverpool Record Office / DUR/.  Notes to pp. –