A Multilingual University Model Brings Benefits
CALEC Bulletin #58 - Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera argues that the English-centric practices of U.S. universities have numerous adverse consequences while a multilingual university model offers many advantages
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The English-centric practices of U.S. universities have many detrimental effects, writes Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera.
The Francophone Cup is a co-ed adult soccer tournament that supports the French Heritage Language Program, an initiative that helps francophone immigrants and young Americans with Francophone background maintain their linguistic and cultural heritage!
The French Language in the U.S.
Meet the Louisiana-based contributors to the new book French All Around Us in this recorded conversation organized by the Alliance Française of New Orleans.
An improvised and informal approach to learning that will reawaken readers’ passion for French. This spirited exploration of language, literature, and culture mixes the task-based approach with piecemeal learning for an unconventional alternative to classroom instruction.
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