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Teacher's board game focuses on language

ACTFL SmartBrief | Sep 27, 2016

A high-school teacher in the Northwest Territories of Canada has developed a version of the board game Scrabble to help students learn the Chipewyan language. One key difference with Paul Boucher's game of Scramble is that students can use resources such as a dictionary as they learn words. CBC.ca (Canada) (09/24)


Study examines Australia's languages, genetics

ACTFL SmartBrief | Sep 22, 2016

Why literacy is literacy, no matter the language

ACTFL SmartBrief | Sep 27, 2016

Teachers make Arabic lessons fun at British school in UAE

ACTFL SmartBrief | Sep 27, 2016

Skype is part of Calif. school's language program

ACTFL SmartBrief | Sep 27, 2016

Minn. district keeps Arabic at forefront

ACTFL SmartBrief | Sep 22, 2016

Educators personalize lessons with OER

ACTFL SmartBrief | Sep 22, 2016

Study: How ELL classification can affect students

ACTFL SmartBrief | Sep 22, 2016

Spanish-immersion program thrives in N.C. school

ACTFL SmartBrief | Sep 22, 2016

The Language Educator calls for article submissions on 2017 focus topics

ACTFL SmartBrief | Sep 22, 2016


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