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Lesson plans, teacher presentations and handouts that guide beginning-level students through explorations of German-language websites. Designed for paired work and recommended for face-to-face instruction, but could be modified for online/distance instruction.

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Ting Yi Ting


Ting Yi Ting (Listening Makes Perfect) is an online guide that enables learners to hear and identify phonemic categories in Mandarin, including lexical tones, in a variety of phonetic contexts, and to associate those phonemes with correct Pinyin orthography. The project will present a new approach that is specifically geared toward native speakers of English and includes extensive audio examples and computer-graded comprehension checks.

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Dobra forma


Dobra forma provides a web-based overview of basic Ukrainian grammar with contextualized activities that enable students to internalize correct grammatical forms as they focus on the communication of meaning. This approach recognizes that students need to see, hear, and process a target structure in context multiple times before they can reliably produce it themselves. The modules begin with activities that encourage students to comprehend what is said or written while also focusing on how the target structure encodes that meaning; and only after these crucial, initial steps will the students proceed to activities in which they produce the target structures themselves. Such an approach enables students to gain an implicit knowledge of grammar that will increase their ability to interpret new structures. The web-based modules of Dobra forma utilize the 1,000 most common vocabulary items and include computer-graded activities, making them easy to incorporate into any elementary or intermediate course in Ukrainian or into an independent self-study program.

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CERCLL Free Webinar: Poetry and Creative Texts in Any Language Classroom

A webinar presented by Amanda Shufflebarger, Indiana University East. December 10th, 2022, at 10 am Arizona time. Date: December 10, 2022 Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am Location: Online In this free webinar, Dr. Shufflebarger will share multiliteracies approaches to incorporating poetry and creative texts into any classroom. Drawing from K-12, university, and community-based adult language contexts, she will review the theoretical underpinnings of incorporating poetry into language classrooms, share a variety of instructional activities, and discuss strategies for organizing activities within a broader course curriculum. Participants will be invited to share ideas and practices they incorporate into their own teaching contexts. To register, visit https://cercll.arizona.edu/event/shufflebarger/

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