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Al Jazeera's Arabic-learning website incorporates elements of the news with basic vocabulary learning, listening and reading comprehension activities, and cultural information.
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Easily allows you to access and create flash cards for vocabulary games, incorporating pictures and alphabets or characters for many languages.
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Tunein allows you to listen to live radio content from all around the world, allowing students to listen to language as it is used around the world.
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Slideshows, videos, and other resources regarding everything from pronunciation to vocabulary to grammar are provided for free on this website.
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The Defense Language Institute has created this vast database of free activities and lesson plans at a variety of levels for many languages, including Arabic (MSA and 5 dialects) and Mandarin Chinese.
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The University of Texas--Austin has compiled these Arabic videos about food, culture, news, and much more for a variety of levels from Beginning to Advanced.
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Type in Arabic without an Arabic keyboard!
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Teaching World Languages: A Practical Guide provides insight into the teaching of world languages and is based on current best practices. Organized by topic, each chapter is a stand-alone unit that treats both principles and practices of teaching world languages, and includes examples of activities, resources, and rubrics. The Principles section addresses essential concepts in language teaching while the Practices section places emphasis on the authenticity of the resources, experiences, and activities in which learners are engaged. This guide is available in English, Chinese, and Arabic.
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You can download app or log on Animoto.com to discover. This is a free website(app)for you to make digital story. You can simplily drag the picture or video into the timeline and make a video. My students love it.
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When give a talk in community, I always feel chanlleged and frustrated about How little I know about China. Here is a list of recourse you can refer before giving a talk.
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