Applied Linguistics

Arabic Second Language Learning and Effects of Input, Transfer, and Typology

Despite the status of Arabic as a global language and the high demand to learn Arabic, the field of Arabic second language acquisition remains underinvestigated.

Community-based Language Learning

Community-based Language Learning offers a new framework for world language educators interested in integrating community-based language learning (CBLL) into their teaching and curricula.

The Changing Landscape of Spanish Language Curricula

Spanish remains a large and constant fixture in the foreign language learning landscape in the United States.

A Guide to Useful Evaluation of Language Programs

Departments and language programs often are asked to evaluate the efficacy of their own programs and make curricular decisions on the basis of evidence.

Useful Assessment and Evaluation in Language Education

The specific—and varied—ways in which assessment and evaluation can impact learning and teaching have become an important language education research concern, particularly as educators are increasi

A Practical Guide to Integrating Technology into Task-Based Language Teaching

However exciting new technologies and educational tools may seem, they can become solely for entertainment unless their design, use, and evaluation are guided by principles of education and languag

Teaching Advanced Language Skills through Global Debate

Using debate to develop advanced competency in a second language is a method that is finding increased interest among instructors and students alike, whether in synchronous online teaching or the i

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