If you’ve ever taken a language class, chances are there was a map of the language’s “home country” on the wall. This map was useful when talking about a specific region, but otherwise it was just a picture on the wall 99% of the time. These days are–or should be–over. Maps Mania is a HUGE […]
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Keep an eye on the development of various podcasts (audio and video), blogs, and more for use in language learning. http://www.oculture.com/2006/10/foreign_languag.html has a nice listing of some podcasts. Also open iTunes on your computer and do a search for your languages in Podcasts at the iTunes store as well as new iTunesU offerings.
–Greetings from the University of Northern Iowa / Cedar Falls, Iowa (USA) I have developed a series of websites for language students and their instructors. I hope that you will share this information with interested persons and add this URL to your website and/or publication(s). Having taught in a private academy, public schools, the Ohio […]