TIME TO SHARE!
As we mentioned in our paper newsletter, we want to hear your ideas and successes. Choose a category (funny moment, favorite song, favorite non-tech resource, favorite performance task), or share something completely non-related. Fill out this form, and we will share the comments as the year goes on.
Laurie's website (with links to resources)
JEH KULU DRUM AND DANCE THEATRE A TRADITIONAL WEST AFRICAN PERFORMANCE AND EDUCATIONAL ENSEMBLE BRINGING THE SPIRIT OF WEST AFRICAN MUSIC AND DANCE TO NEW ENGLAND SINCE 1993!
Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL) good site for links and research
JNCL-NCLIS Joint National Committee for Languages & The National Council for Languages and International Studies
FLTEACH excellent "one-stop shop" for foreign language teachers, also hosts helpful listserv
About.com - browse by topic at the bottom of the home page (first letter of your language). A rich source on learning and teaching many languages, with cultural connections.
General info on Latin American countries:
history, government, culture, sports, politics
Diego Rivera, Mexican artist
his writings, biography, links to books, paintings of Aztecs, virtual museum, can enlarge pictures and go to different rooms within museum
North of Boston Library Exchange
in left hand column, you link up to the language of your choice, access to Day of Dead info, as well as 5 de Mayo and Bastille Day
general info, all languages
University of Toledo: The Department of Foreign Languages, The Famous Foreign Language Bookmarks
28 links to Hispanic sites, recipes, lessons, virtual trips to museums, slang dictionary (122 links to French sites, too)
Penobscot School, Rockland, ME
Association des Camps du Quebec www.camps.qc.ca
Karen Glitman's Advocacy PowerPoint presentations
The Value of Foreign Language (133KB)
"Starting a FL Program" (9.48 MB)
"Keeping a FL Program" (6.28 MB)
"Saving a FL Program" (5.87 MB)