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Australia-wide
United Kingdom
  • The National Centre for Languages (CiLT, UK) - A very impressive collection of ideas and resources for promoting languages

  • Languages Work (CiLT, UK) - This website is the online information portal supporting a wide range of products designed to show the true value of languages in the workplace and beyond. The information is tailored to serve four key groups, from young student through to adults.

  • Routes into Languages - The Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) agreed to fund a programme to encourage the take-up of language courses in England. The resources are particularly impressive, including a Why study Languages? website.

Europe
USA
General
  • Learn a Foreign Language Blog - All about learning foreign langauges, the benefits of learning a language, and the best ways to go about learning them. A source of aid and comfort for language buffs of all ages, abilities, and nationalities.

  • Foreign Languages: An Essential Core Experience - A site with lots of links to research on the coginitive and academic benefits of language learning.

  • Foreign Language Teaching Forum (FLTEACH) - The Foreign Language Teaching Forum is an integrated service for FL teachers including this WWW site, the email LISTSERV Academic Discussion List, list archives, and the FLNews. Our topic is foreign language teaching methods for all levels and all languages including school/college articulation, training of student teachers, classroom activities, curriculum, and syllabus design. Students in teacher training programs, teachers both new and experienced, administrators, and other professionals interested in any aspect of foreign language teaching are invited to participate in the discussions.