By: Scott Evans. One intersection often overlooked in language learning is the connection between listening and writing. Here are three ways teachers can more closely tie listening and writing activities in the classroom.
By: Renee A. Foose, Ed.D. The Howard County Public School System built a World Language Program its so students can enter today’s increasingly globalized world with in-demand, marketable skills and the cultural competency for college and careers.
By: Peter McGovern. The ability to listen is a crucial skill for many things in life, but especially for anyone learning another language. A world language teacher shares seven listening resources he has found successful when teaching language learners of all levels.