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2019 (Fall, Volume 89)
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About PLF, Submissions and ContactN/AN/A
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Message from the PresidentLevensonN/A
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“The Upside Down” Introduction to Spanish Subjunctive Lesson PlanGeareSpanish
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Hosting a Successful World Language Career SymposiumGarrettAll
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LGBTQIA+ Students ISO Allies & Advocates @ACTFLBrowneAll
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PSMLA in PrintFlinchbaughAll
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2018 (Fall, Volume 88)
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About PLF, Submissions and ContactN/AN/A
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Message from the PresidentLevensonN/A
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Message from the EditorFlinchbaughN/A
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How I Utilize Available Resources for Peer Learning, Encouraging Socialization, and Building Global PerspectivesMing RuiChinese
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Russian Culture Lesson Plan: GeographyPorechnaiaRussian
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Russian Vocabulary Lesson Plan: ClothesPorechnaiaRussian
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A Model For Attracting Students To College-Level Language Study: Juniata’s Community-Engaged Collaborations
Benz, Frazier-Yoder & Roney
German, Spanish
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Pennsylvania Language Proficiency Requirements for Teacher Candidates: The Disconnect between PDE and ACTFL/CAEP on the OPI and WPTYamamoto & CorbittAll
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2017 (Fall, Volume 87)
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About PLF, Submissions and ContactN/AN/A
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PSMLA Global Scholars Program and 2017 Participating SchoolsN/AN/A
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Message from the PresidentNimmrichterN/A
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Message from the EditorFlinchbaughN/A
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Infographics: Providing Visual Scaffolding & Cultural ContextBogdanSpanish
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Using Learning Stations to Engage Students in All 5 Cs
Flinchbaugh & Campbell
All
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Spanish Heritage Language Learners: Meeting These Students’ Unique NeedsGenaoSpanish
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Implementing Strategic Reading Strategies in the Foreign Language ClassroomKingAll
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The Intersection of the IPA and PBL: Exploring a unit that demonstrates how the Integrated Performance Assessment pairs naturally with Project Based LearningMadelSpanish
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En Cuernavaca fueWalton-MasonSpanish
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Novice Teachers’ Perceptions of Cultural Differences in Chinese Language TeachingWangChinese
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A favorite project for Written and Oral Communication for Spanish-speaking Heritage Learners: An interview with a family member from another generation about his/her musical tastesZimmermanSpanish
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2016 (Fall, Volume 86): Online Articles
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Addressing the Gap between Standardized Test and Language ProficiencyLiangAll
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STEAM into World language EducationBroderickAll
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PSMLA Global Scholars: Pilot YearStewartAll
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2016 (Fall, Volume 86)
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About PLF, Submissions and ContactN/AN/A
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Message from the PresidentNimmrichterN/A
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Message from the EditorFlinchbaughN/A
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Connecting the “Día de los Muertos” Workshops in the Spanish Language Program with the “Meeting the Needs of English Language Learners” Class in the School of EducationOsa-MeleroESL, Spanish
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Donde duermen los niños: An Intermediate Spanish Lesson about Childhood Experiences through the Lens of Social JusticeMadelSpanish
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Flexible Instructional DayFoster KreissSpanish
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Cultural Portfolios for Post-Secondary and Secondary Language ClassesHuhn & LentzAll
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Journeys With Journals: Encouraging Language Learning Through Creative WritingSurvinskiAll
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Yonkoma Manga for Facilitating Interpersonal and Presentational CommunicationYamamotoJapanese
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Discover Paris with Jules VerneHudsonFrench
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The Hermione: The Ship, Life Aboard, and Notable PassengersTraubFrench
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Teaching German with German-Only TextbooksSippelGerman
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The Role of Relevance in an Integrated Approach to the Cultures StandardsDieterSpanish
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2015 (Volume 85)
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Message from the PresidentStewartN/A
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Message from the EditorSpanglerN/A
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PSMLA Global Scholars Program: A Program to Honor Competency in PA StudentsStewartAll
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Our Top Ten Tech Tools for the World Language ClassroomClouser & ShirkSpanish
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A Journey through Mindfulness in the World Language ClassroomFasnachtAll
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Storytelling in the World Language Classroom: Digital Storytelling and MovieTalkSpanglerAll
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NECTFL Sans Inc. / MEAD Leadership Fellow 2014ZimmermanSpanish
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How an Absent-Minded Toad can help Learners take Language beyond the Classroom: Building Community through Service LearningCaula & DieterSpanish
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New Teacher Evaluation System in PAShragerAll
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Expressing Emotional Reactions based on a Spanish Travel Review WebsiteBogdanSpanish
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A Content-Based Instruction (CBI) Lesson Plan for Chinese Level 2Yuanhao & ChouChinese
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An Easy Way of Teaching Pronunciation in Elementary Foreign Language Class: The Method of iCPRsMartinGerman
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Eternally Grateful to the City of Eternal SpringAleySpanish
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2014 (Fall, Volume 84)
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Message from the PresidentStewartN/A
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Message from the EditorSpanglerN/A
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Mid-Quarter Slump - Getting Back On Track Using 90% Target Language (TL) With Level One ClassShragerSpanish
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Mentoring the Next Generation: In Praise of the Student TeacherEdwardsAll
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Ode to a TeacherLuisSpanish
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It Pays to Be Bilingual: Literally!TaftafAll
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Mapping the World Language Teacher Evaluation in Pennsylvania: Hopes, Information, Challenges, and QuestionsSpanglerAll
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How I Combine Art and Project-Based Learning in Teaching the Chinese Language and CultureMing RuiChinese
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Information-Gap Lesson on the Comparsion of Popular Sports for Chinese and American StudentsXu & WangChinese
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Differentiated Instruction on Chinese Color Words and their Cultural Meanings: A Lesson PlanWang & LiuChinese
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Thanksgiving in EcuadorMazzanteSpanish
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Seeing Through New EyesMazzanteSpanish
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Kennard-Dale Students, Friends, and Parents Explore Spain and PortugalSnyderSpanish
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Johann Gottfried Herder and the Idea of European UnityHallsteinGerman
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2013 (Fall, Volume 83)
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Message from the PresidentWhiteN/A
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Message from the EditorReitlingerN/A
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One ACTFL ExperienceWhiteAll
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Higher-Order Thinking Activities in the Novice Level ClassroomRicardo-OsorioSpanish
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Digital StorytellingOrsattiAll
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My Cemanahuac ExperienceHolowatzSpanish
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Talking to the TextTaftafAll
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Bridging the Gap: from Novice to Intermediate-Level ProficiencyRodríguezSpanish
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The Effects of Computer Assisted Language Learning and Traditional InstructionsWangChinese
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PACE Lesson: Señor Coyote y el QuesoLeidenSpanish
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PACE Lesson: el Carnaval y la CuaresmaCarnevaliSpanish
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Interactive Reading Model Lesson Plan: Ya no se qué hacer conmigoFontesSpanish
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Teaching Poetry in Learning Chinese for Students of Novice to AdvancedRuiChinese
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Ideas for Using Stories to Develop Vocabulary and Grammar ConceptsKauffmanSpanish
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Interactive Reading Model Lesson Plan: How to Change a TireLeidenSpanish
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Creative Writing: Preguntas a quemarropaOtero RuizSpanish
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Agnes Irwin School French Students Win Creative Arts CompetitionBarnettFrench
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Kizuna (Bond) Exchange Program in Pittsburgh Allderdice High SchoolEspino de ValdiviaJapanese
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2012 (Volume 82)
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Message from the PresidentWhiteN/A
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Message from the EditorReitlingerN/A
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A Research Toolkit of 12 Reading Strategies for the Foreign Language ClassroomMazzanteAll
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