Foreign Languages at the University
Interagency Roundtable Scale
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STARTALK Multimedia Teacher Workshop Collectionhttp://startalk.umd.edu/teacher-development/workshops
Teaching Foreign Language K-12: A Library of Classroom Practiceshttp://www.learner.org/resources/series185.html
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National Language Service Corps
The International Research Foundation for English Language Teaching (TIRF)
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Developed by faculty and graduate students from the Department of English at the University of Texas at Austin, eComma allows you to experience a text as fully as possible as you share your observations and interpretations with other readers. Collaborative online annotation offers a new kind of reading experience: instead of making notes in the margin of a book, readers can now share their reactions instantaneously and build a body of commentary about a text together.
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