The new issue of the NECTFL Review is now up on our website and available for your reading pleasure: http://nectfl.net/documents/Review68.pdf
The Review is a free, juried, online, biannual publication of the Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. It contains articles, information, and peer-written, objective reviews of textbooks, ancillaries and other materials.
This issue's articles are
Rifkin, Benjamin. "Language learning journeys and destinations: Are we there yet?"
Long, Sheri Spaine. "How and why did the Spanish curriculum get supersized? And how can we fix it?"
Kissau, Scott; Kolano, Lan Quach; Wang, Chuang. "Motivation, race, and foreign language instruction: The need for culturally responsive teaching."
Mast, Douglas W. "Using semantic maps and word families in the beginning-level middle school foreign language classroom."
Reviews include materials in Arabic, Chinese, French, Spanish and more!
Kline, R. [FLTEACH] NECTFL Review 68. FLTEACH listserv (FLTEACH@LISTSERV.BUFFALO.EDU, 15 Sep 2011).
Access this and past issues at http://nectfl.net/review.html