ACTFL 2005-2015: Realizing Our Vision of Languages for All

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Audrey L. Heining-Boynton
Pearson / Prentice Hall World Languages, 2006 - Education - 220 pages

The eleven chapters of this ACTFL volume approach language education from a variety of perspectives including the history and current status of language policies; language needs of our government and our international businesses; teachers, teaching, and learning; assessment; instructional technology; heritage learners; less commonly taught languages; and special learners.   


This volume's authors accepted the challenge of answering the following basic questions related to their topic, as well as that of expanding upon their themes.

  • Where are we now?
  • Where should we be? or Where could we be?
  • How do we realize our vision of languages for all?

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