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The Language Hoax

By John H. McWhorter

The Language Hoax "argues that that all humans process life the same way, regardless of their language."


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Language and Development in Africa

By H. Ekkehard Wolff

Language and Development in Africa "discusses the resourcefulness of languages, both local and global, in view of the ongoing transformation of African societies as much as for economic development.. "


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The Tennessee Foreign Language Teaching Association
 
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The TFLTA (Tennessee Foreign Language Teaching Association) is an organization for all world language educators in the state of Tennessee. Our aim is to promote and to advocate for world language education in the state, and to provide assistance and resources to those teaching modern and classical languages at all levels. TFLTA began as a formal professional organization in1967 and continues to grow each year. It has an elected Board of Directors with members from all levels of K-16 WL venues, representing all languages taught in the state and drawn from each of the three great regions of Tennessee. It promotes and supports outreach activities (i.e., regional workshops across the state; liaisons with regional and national language associations), promotes WL advocacy issues, and publishes a quarterly newsletter, The TFLTA Newsletter and an online peer-reviewed journal, The TFLTA Journal. TFLTA has its annual 2-day conference in the Nashville, TN area, the first weekend in November.