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National K Foreign Language Resource Center This thematic unit was written by Michele Montas and Luz Cannon, middle school Spanish teachers, who were participants in a summer institute held at the National K Foreign Language Resource Center in This unit was created as a result of a summer institute sponsored by the National K Foreign Language Resource Center at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. The Center's goal is to improve student learning of foreign languages in kindergarten through twelfth grade (K). To this end, the Center provides professional support for foreign language educators through ongoing research projects Author: Leslie Kay Bullitt, Augusta C. Gonzalez, Boni Luna. Reading in a Foreign Language Lliteracy and reading are the focus of Reading in a Foreign Language, a refereed international online journal published twice y More publications. CLASS Professional Standards for K Chinese Language Teachers. CLASS Professional Standards [pdf] is the outcome of a collaborative project entitled “CLASS ACT: Articulation Collaboration for Teachers,” jointly sponsored by CLASS and the National East Asian Languages Resource Center (NEALRC) at The Ohio State University.
The Language Resource Center (LRC) Program of the U.S. Department of Education, administered by the International Foreign Language Education Service under Title VI of the Higher Education Act, funds grants to American universities for establishing, strengthening, and operating centers that serve as resources for improving the nation's capacity for teaching and learning foreign languages. Get this from a library! National K Foreign Language Resource Center: evaluation report: executive summary. [Mari Kemis; Kelli Jo Kerry Moran; Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.)]. The National Foreign Language Center administers STARTALK, a national network of summer language programs for students from kindergarten to college, which goes beyond what is commonly taught in the classroom and provides authentic materials from all corners of . ACTFL conducted a National Foreign Language Enrollment Survey of U.S. K–12 Public Schools to investigate the status of foreign language enrollment. This was a three-year project, part of a U.S. Department of Education grant, to provide more detailed and accurate information on K foreign language enrollment and to investigate changes in foreignFile Size: 2MB.
National K Foreign Language Resource Center at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa: Performance Assessment Institute, Teacher Educator Partnership Institute, and New Technologies Institute. It was also piloted in the summer of at the Invitational Workshop of the National Network for Early Language. foreign language assessment at the national, state, district, and local levels. This bibliography is one of the first products to result from the performance assessment initiative of the National K Foreign Language Resource Center, a joint Federal, State, and private effort. The goal of the project was to identify how teachersFile Size: 2MB. World Languages Foreign Language Education Applied Linguistics is working in collaboration with Georgetown University to establish the Assessment and Evaluation Language Resource Center (AELRC) funded by the U.S. Department of Education. National K Foreign Language Survey. In , the U.S. Department of Education embarked on a mission to fund the nation’s most promising foreign language institutions. Known as Title VI Language Resource Centers (LRCs), these groups are housed within universities across the nation and share the aim of developing resources and opportunities for teachers, instructors, and students of foreign languages, helping to make the United.