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2019 NFLRC/CLT Graduate Assistantship

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NFLRC Funding Continued to 2022

NFLRC Funding Continued to 2022

6th International Conference on Language Documentation & Conservation ...

ICLDC 6: Submit your proposals before the deadlines

Language Resource Centers

Explore free resources from 16 National Foreign Language Resource Centers. Learn more about this program filling a critical need.

Language Learning & Technology

Rated in top 20 journals both in linguistics and education by the Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports since 2007, LLT...

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...

Language Documentation & Conservation

Fieldwork methods and ethical issues are only two of the many topics covered in Language Documentation & Conservation (LD&C), a fully refereed open-access...

Pragmatics & interaction: Vol. 4. Interactional competence in ...

This volume of Pragmatics & Interaction is the first to focus on interaction in Japanese

Pragmatics & language learning, volume 14

This volume contains a selection of papers presented at the 2014 International Conference of Pragmatics and Language Learning at Indiana University.

The NFLRC Team @ ACTFL 2018

Going to the 2018 ACTFL Conference in New Orleans? The NFLRC team will be presenting there. Come join us!

Project-Based Language Learning

Despite the natural match between PBL and the needs of language learners, the application of PBL in world language curricula ...

Online Professional Development

The NFLRC will develop and conduct a series of 4 online professional development institutes ...

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Project-Based Language Learning: Promoting Child Literacy in Brazil

Meet Rachel Mamiya Hernandez who has applied principles of project-based learning (PBL) in a Portuguese language class.

Cultura-inspired intercultural exchanges: Focus on Asian and Pacific ...

Although many online intercultural exchanges have been conducted based on the groundbreaking Cultura model, most to date have been between and among European...

Noticing and second language acquisition: Studies in honor ...

Celebrates the life and groundbreaking work of Richard Schmidt, the developer of the influential Noticing Hypothesis in the field of second language acquisi...

Developing, using, and analyzing rubrics in language assessment ...

Rubrics are essential tools for all language teachers in this age of communicative and task-based teaching and assessment—tools that allow us to efficiently...

Aozora: Intermediate-advanced Japanese communication (second edition)

Develops intermediate students’ oral and written communicative skills and provides insights into Japanese society and culture...

NFLRC Resources on ScholarSpace

NFLRC maintains a large searchable archive of free language research and teaching materials on ScholarSpace...

NFLRChawaii YouTube channel

A repository of both general and language-specific resources for teachers and learners of Asia-Pacific, The NFLRChawaii YouTube channel...

Teacher Portfolio & Preparation Series (TiPPS)

TiPPS is designed to help future language educators (specifically graduate students in language departments at UHM) prepare for the job m...

Manchu: A textbook for reading documents (second edition)

“...a welcome event in the field of Manchu studies.” --Journal of the American Oriental Society 130.4 (2010)View the table ...

Summer Institutes for Professional Development

NFLRC has carried out summer institutes since 1991, providing training and professional development for K-16 language educators on conten...

History

NFLRC was among the first three Language Resource Centers established. The number has now grown to fifteen centers nationwide...