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English Teaching: Practice and Critique September, 2013, Volume 12, Number 2 http://education.waikato.ac.nz/research/files/etpc/files/2013v12n2art6.pdf pp. 102-120 Copyright © 2013, ISSN 1175 8708 The language lessons around us: Undergraduate English pedagogy and linguistic landscape research MICHAEL CHESNUT VIVIAN LEE JENNA SCHULTE English Interpretation and Translation, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, Korea ABSTRACT: This narrative article analyses three Korean undergraduate students’ experiences conducting a linguistic landscape research project. Linguistic landscape research, the study of publicly displayed language such as billboards and other signs, is a relatively new area of scholarly interest. However, there has been only limited study of using linguistic landscape as pedagogy. This analysis found that, for these students, participating in this project led to a greater awareness of the complex and contradictory relationships between languages, and aided their deve...