Teaching Chinese in US K-12 Schools

Teaching Chinese in US K-12 Schools

An open website was created by Project Leaders Wenhao Diao (University of Arizona), Yang Xiao-Desai (San Francisco State University), and Yi Xu (University of Pittsburgh), to respond to the dearth of research focusing on FL education in K-12 contexts (Urlaub &...

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Resources for K-8 Educators

Resources for K-8 Educators

University of Arizona Regents Professor Kathy G. Short works with K-8 educators to internationalize their curriculum, with the Worlds of Words Center of Global Literacies and Literatures (WOW). Her various CERCLL projects began with the creation of CERCLL in 2006, and...

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Tasks for Linguistic Complexity in Arabic

Tasks for Linguistic Complexity in Arabic

A new website has been created for a CERCLL project by Mahmoud Azaz (University of Arizona). These resources are intended for Arabic instructors at the K-12 and college levels, who are teaching Intermediate language classes. The project was co-sponsored by the Center...

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Free Guide for Creating Intercultural Curriculum

Free Guide for Creating Intercultural Curriculum

Global Literacy Communities: Creating Curriculum That Is Intercultural The Worlds of Words Center of Global Literacies and Literatures (WOW), in partnership with the Center for Educational Resources in Culture, Language and Literacy (CERCLL), presents a free guide by...

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The Gender-Just Language Education Project

The Gender-Just Language Education Project

This set of open resources was created by Dr. Kris Aric Knisely (University of Arizona) to support language educators in engaging with trans knowledges and proactively planning for gender justice. It guides these educators in teaching gender-inclusive and non-binary...

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Socioscientific Resources for LCTLs Classrooms

Socioscientific Resources for LCTLs Classrooms

This set of resources includes an archive of contemporary Socioscientific Issues (SSI) as they manifest in Korean media and discourses, and a manual and webinar that train educators in their use. The materials were developed, piloted and refined by a group of...

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Language Program Direction Self-Study Modules

Language Program Direction Self-Study Modules

These modules are for educators who are interested in becoming postsecondary language program directors (LPD) or in learning more about what LPDs do and the multiple facets of this complex and rewarding job. Although the intended audience is novice and aspiring LPDs,...

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