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About the National Heritage Language Resource Center

The National Heritage Language Resource Center is one of 15 Language Resource Centers funded by the U.S. Department of Education. Over 46 million people in the U.S. speak a language other than English at home (U.S. Census 2000). Apply for a Grant STARTALKSTARTALK is a project funded by the National Security Agency and administered by the National Foreign Language Center at the University of Maryland. STARTALKs mission is to increase the number of U.S. citizens learning, speaking, and teaching critical-need foreign languages, with programs for students (K-16) and teachers.

Lessons, Teaching Heritage Languages:An Online Workshop

Teaching Heritage Language Learners:Profiles and Definitions; Lesson 1. Who is a Heritage Language Speaker/Learner? Lesson 2. Heritage Language Learners:Motivation and Language Use; Lesson 3. Teaching Heritage Learners:Language Foci and Sequencing ; Lesson 4. Curriculum Development for Heritage Language Classes Resources - University of California, Los AngelesTeaching Heritage Language Learners:Profiles and Definitions; Lesson 1. Who is a Heritage Language Speaker/Learner? Lesson 2. Heritage Language Learners:Motivation and Language Use; Lesson 3. Teaching Heritage Learners:Language Foci and Sequencing ; Lesson 4. Curriculum Development for Heritage Language Classes Resources ::eTower StartalkResources; About Us; Additional Resources. In conjunction with the modules here on the eTower site, our team has put together a collection of resources to help you further your Chinese language and cultural proficiency. The materials have been curated into two sets of resources - one for students and one for teachers.

Resources ::eTower Startalk

Resources; About Us; Additional Resources. In conjunction with the modules here on the eTower site, our team has put together a collection of resources to help you further your Chinese language and cultural proficiency. The materials have been curated into two sets of resources - one for students and one for teachers. Resources for Korean Language Teachers STARTALKSTARTALK is a federal grant program funded by the National Security Agency and administered by the National Foreign Language Center at the University of Maryland which supports teacher professional development, student language learning, and instructional resource development for critical less commonly taught languages in the United States. Resources for Swahili Language Teachers STARTALKSTARTALK is a federal grant program funded by the National Security Agency and administered by the National Foreign Language Center at the University of Maryland which supports teacher professional development, student language learning, and instructional resource development for critical less commonly taught languages in the United States.

STARTALK Assessment for Language Instructors:The Basics

STARTALK Multimedia Workshop Assessment for Language Instructors:The Basics is a computer-based, interactive workshop created to provide STARTALK instructors with a foundational knowledge of language assessment and testing. The computer-based workshop consists of five modules. STARTALK CLAP Second Language StudiesThe Second Language Studies Program and the Department of Linguistics & Languages at Michigan State University are pleased to offer a STARTALK synchronous online workshop on language-assessment development for teachers of Arabic and Russian. The workshop runs June 7 to 30, 2021, with follow-up components during the 2021-2022 academic school year. By the end of STARTALK STARTALK National Foreign Language CenterThe STARTALK program was created to provide language learning opportunities to students (kindergarten through college age) and professional development opportunities to teachers, and develop resources for the teaching and learning of critical languages, such as Arabic, Chinese, Dari, Hindi, Korean, Persian, Russian, Turkish, Urdu, and Spanish for teacher programs.

STARTALK! Fairfax Academy

STARTALK is a four-week summer course for high school students [rising 9th-12th graders] who are interested in exploring Korean language and culture. This special program is fully funded by the NSA, and will be offered this summer [July 6th - July 30th] at Fairfax High School. The classes offered [Korean levels 1, 2, & 3] will fill up quickly.Language Resources STARTALKLanguage Resources . Principle Resources Applicant Resources Program Resources Back to 2016 Fall Conference Presentations This multimedia production was developed for the STARTALK 2016 Fall Conference by Thomas Sauer and Greta Lundgaard. Each learning episode is an opportunity for learners to build an independence that will eventual