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Advanced Language Proficiency Bibliography
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Searchable database of research publications with a focus on "Advanced Language Proficiency".

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NFLRC 2015 Intensive Summer Institute: Project-Based Language Learning (PBLL) in Action
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This document reports on and evaluates the NFLRC 2015 Intensive Summer Institute: Project-Based Language Learning (PBLL) in Action (ICLDC) held at the University of Hawai‘i, Mānoa, from July 27–31, 2015.

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Tadriis Arabic Teaching Methods
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The Tadriis site is a multimedia online Arabic teacher training intended for Arabic teachers in the U.S. and abroad. It covers the latest in K-16 Arabic language pedagogy, including learner centered classrooms, learning strategies, learning outcomes, learning skills, and task-based and project-based instruction. With Tadriis, users can access video samples of teacher-student interactions in Arabic classrooms, pedagogical demonstrations and teaching tips, samples of L2 Arabic language production, a glossary of key teaching terms, and suggestions for further reading. The entire site is presented in Arabic and available as a free online Open Educational Resource.

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