View this powerful story about a boy in Anchorage who–at the age of 5–decided that he wanted to study Arabic. Five years later, he has now taken seven semesters of Arabic online, attended Concordia Language Villages, and more! His study of Arabic led him to start a philanthropic organization that provides ‘postcards of hope’ to Syrian refugees. Watch … More Learning Arabic…in Anchorage!
In a recent email from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, the publishing company shared ideas for using the novel “The Little Prince” in World Language classes. Since the email subtitle was “Pique interest in languages with The Little Prince!”, we just had to share the resources that they put together on our AFLA blog to give you a … More Pique interest in languages with The Little Prince!
The preservation and revitalization of Alaska Native languages is one of AFLA’s most important objectives. We are always looking for ways to connect with teachers in the outlying school districts in Alaska and to provide quality training to teachers that are working hard to preserve our Native languages. Recently, Charles Wohlforth of ADN wrote this commentary that highlights … More Alaska Languages in the news!