These workshops will introduce Chinese AP exam and themes to Chinese DLI teachers - teachers of all grade levels will be encouraged to work together to form a pipeline from elementary school all the way to high school in order to help students be ready for their AP exam.
This workshop will provide training to Bridge Program instructors on the curriculum of the new CHIN 3117 Bridge course offered in 2020-21. The curriculum designers from UVU, USU, WSU and U of U will introduce the new reading texts and teaching resources that they have developed. The Unit Performance Assessment for each unit will also be discussed during these two days.
SLRP is a a refereed, open-access journal of the American Association of University Supervisors and Coordinators (AAUSC) addressing postsecondary language education from theoretical, empirical, and practical perspectives.
New Resources are continually added to the L2TReC efforts to maintain continuous language learning for students. L2TReC offers a collection of resources to aid teachers, parents, caregivers and students as they navigate language learning in non-classroom settings.
This onsite five-day institute, features a two-day weekend break, and is designed for world language educators. During the Institute, participants will flesh out their ideas for a project design they have already subjected to critique.
The FLLITE project, a collaboration of COERLL (University of Texas at Austin) and CERCLL (University of Arizona), helps teachers to bridge the language/literature divide by developing their own literacy lessons as open educational resources (OER).
Alexandria, VA—The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) will announce the recipient of its annual ACTFL National Language Teacher of the Year Award at its Annual Convention in San Diego next month.