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How does language learning affect the brain?

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People who are bilingual have longer attention spans and a better ability to focus, assert researchers from the UK's University of Birmingham. Researchers performed tests on a group of people who spoke only English and another group who since an early age have spoken English and Chinese. ScienceAlert (Australia & New Zealand) (09/15)


Study examines Australia's languages, genetics

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Texas district plans to offer K-12 dual-language program

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Do moral views change depending on language?

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Neb. schools blend STEM, German lessons

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3 tips for tech-phobic teachers

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ACTFL task force seeks feedback on Can-Do Statements for Intercultural Communication

ACTFL SmartBrief | Sep 20, 2016

Minn. district keeps Arabic at forefront

ACTFL SmartBrief | Sep 22, 2016

Educators personalize lessons with OER

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Tech teaches languages amid teacher shortage in Maine

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