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Index of teaching tips from the University of Hawaii
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The self-advertised “really big” list of classroom management resources
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This site has been created as a resource for instructors of Arabic, Chinese, Hebrew, Hindi, Japanese, Persian, Sanskrit, Tamil, and Urdu at the University of Virginia. Its purpose it to provide instructors with technology resources and tutorials which will facilitate both classroom instruction and individual research.
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A blog for teachers to share their valuable resources and ideas for the Chinese classroom.
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STARTALK website, home to information on teaching and learning Arabic, Chinese, Dari, Hindi, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Swahili, Turkish, and Urdu. The purpose of this site is to share information on implementing programs as well as to share resources on curriculum design, instructional materials, assessment tools, and useful links.
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A range of resources for cooperative learning, web-quests, inquiry-based learning, assessment, and interdisciplinary teaching
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This is a calendar of events from the Harvard Art Museums. They often offer free webinars for K-12 teachers.
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The National Middle East Language Resource Center’s resource page. Includes a segment that presents different types of greetings in colloquial Egyptian Arabic that would be used with first-year students.
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Pennsylvania University’s Middle Eastern Center has many teaching resources about Arab culture for classroom use.
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Funded by the US Department of Education, the materials of Read Arabic! were developed to provide online e-learning reading lessons aimed at beginning and intermediate students of Modern Standard Arabic
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Resources, tools, and tips for new teachers
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