Tag: 2013


May 2013

Indigenous Languages Nunavut Official Languages Act and preserving Nahuatl Multilingual Malaysia Gordon Berrick sees Malaysia’s language skills leading to its success Interview with Clay Pell The nation’s new language czar speaks with Language Magazine Coaxing Students Down...

April 2013

Ladino Bryan Kirschen is working to revitalize the Judeo-Spanish tongue that was exiled long ago from the Mediterranean Mainstreaming ESL Common Core State Standards are putting more pressure on all teachers to help English learners achieve...

March 2013

Strange Bedfellows Julie Gordon chronicles the efforts of linguists, indigenous communities, and Google to create a comprehensive online information source on endangered languages Speaking in Our Defense David Edwards reflects on the first year’s work of...

February 2013

European Revitalization Careful management can revive dying languages Winning the Masters Statistical trends point to increased demand for well-qualified ESL teachers so David Newman suggests now’s the time to choose the right program Localizing World Music Franny...

January 2013

Mother Knows Best An African experiment lends considerable weight to the argument for mother-tongue education 2013 Wish List for World Languages What could we do this year to improve world language education in the U.S? The New...
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