This article in the publication New Technologies and Language Learning: Cases in ...
This article in the publication New Technologies and Language Learning: Cases in the Less Commonly Taught Languages concerns the issue of providing instruction in less-commonly-taught languages, specifically Arabic. It addresses the concern of expense and proposes a new approach through long distance learning, using the Arabic Language and Middle East/North African Cultural Studies Program, also known as the Arabic Project, as a template. The majority of the article describes the successes of this program and how it works. The PDF file is 27 MB in size.
- Arts and Humanities
- World Cultures
- Material Type:
- Teaching/Learning Strategy
- University of HawaiŐi at Manoa, Second Language Teaching & Curriculum Center
- Norman J. Peterson