NYSAFLT Journal Archive

The information below has been compiled to assist you in scholarly research or to help you know more about the status of foreign language education in New York State over the years. If you are interested in an article, please contact NYSAFLT HQ to obtain a copy. This archive is 90% complete as some publications have gone missing. If you can assist us in locating these lost publications, it would be most appreciated. Please remember to cite all sources.


  • Summer 2014 (Volume 65, No. 1)
    Common Core State Standards and LOTE

    • A Response to Common Core Initiatives (Warford)
    • LOTE Advocacy through STEM (Rouse)
    • TEACHER TO TEACHER
      • Using NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do Statements as World Languages CCSS (Tuttle)
      • Farmworker Advocacy Day in Albany (Zuckerman)
      • A Once in a Lifetime Opportunity (Perla)
      • Who are the Huguenots and Why Are They in New Paltz, NY? (Trivilino)
  • Fall/Winter 2013 (Vol. 64 No. 2)
    Checking in on Checkpoint A: Advocacy and Best Practices from K to 8 and Everything Pre-Checkpoint B

    • All Work and No Play? – The Imperative of Play in the Language Classroom (Langer de Ramirez)
    • Addressing Culture in Introductory Levels of World Language Teaching: Insights from Research in Pre-K to Post-Secondary Classrooms (Kearney)
    • TEACHER TO TEACHER
      • Top 10 Tried and True Activities for Checkpoint A (Labroo)
  • Summer 2013 (Vol. 64 No. 1)
    Articulating K-16 Standards: Process and Progress

    • Slowing Down to Get Ahead (Telfer)
    • Use of the Harkness Conference Table Method to Improve Proficiency and Critical Thinking Skills in Second Language Acquisition (D’Ugo and Corrado del Vecchio)
    • Peer Formative Assessment Improves Student Speaking Fluency (Tuttle)
    • TEACHER TO TEACHER
      • Bridging with Beckett: Spiraling from Checkpoint B to Checkpoint C with Samuel Beckett’s En Attendant Godot (Dean and Rivière)
      • Using a Speaking Student Learning Using a Speaking Student Learning (Tuttle)
      • Three Considerations for Maintaining a Robust Classroom (Lutz)
  • Winter 2012 (Vol. 63 No. 2)
    Technology in LOTE Teaching and Learning: Sharing Success and Looking into the Future

    • Tech Success! Ideas and Experiences to Inform and Motivate (Hughes)
    • Improving Students’ L2 Oral Proficiency through Common Smartphone Uses (Tuttle)
    • The Future of the Future: What Technology May Hold for Us in the Years to Come (Hughes)
    • Popcorn and Publishing: www.studentreasures.com (Telfer)
    • Google Earth Tours and Music in the LOTE Classroom (Brown)
  • Summer 2012 (Vol. 63 No. 1)
    Teaching and Learning in the Target Language: Challenges and Opportunities

    • Engaging Millenial Learners: Problem-Based Learning, Technology and LOTE (Hiller)
    • Challenges and Opportunities in Language Teaching: Connecting the Dots (LeLoup)
    • TEACHER TO TEACHER
      • Theatrically-Inspired Activities for the L2 Classroom (Frembes Boise)
      • Lifelong Learning … For Real! (Lorefice)
      • Matching Assessment with Our Expectations: A Summary of the 2012 NYSAFLT Colloquium (Mitchell)
  • Winter 2011 (Vol. 62 No. 2)
    Foreign Language Education in the Era of Globalization and Internationalization

    • Coping with L2 Learners’ Transculturally-Based Cognitive-Linguistic Needs (Ji)
    • Health Care Students’ Attitudes toward Language Study: Multilingualism and Multiculturalism in a Small New York Community (Thomas & Culyer)
    • TEACHER TO TEACHER
      • The Importance and Value of Early Foreign Language Instruction (Barnett)
      • Around the World in Five Days (Hoffman)
      • Advocating for Speaking the Second Language (Tuttle)
  • Spring 2011 (Vol. 62 No. 1)
    Foreign Language Education Advocacy and Policy

    • A Tribute to Robert J. Ludwig (Carlino)
    • MLA President Address: English is Not Enough (Porter)
    • Do You Care Enough to Act? Are You Scared Enough to Act? (Campanaro)
    • Shall We Continue With Our Heads in the Sand and Ignore Foreign Language Early Start? (McKee)
    • World Language Advocacy All the Time (Zuckerman)
    • TEACHER TO TEACHER
      • French Word Study (Yoken)
      • Does Language Learning Fast Equate to Learning Language Effectively: A Reflection on a Representative Foreign Language “Self-Teaching” Book (Murphy & Sanatullova-Allison)
      • A True Cultural Experience – Bitten by a Donkey (Silver)
  • Winter 2010 (Vol. 61 No. 3)
    Foreign Language Education and ACTFL Standards for Foreign Language Learning

    • Cultural Perspective in the Language Classroom: Providing A Meaningful Context for Communication (LeLoup, Ponterio & Heller)
    • TEACHER TO TEACHER
      • What Would You Do with an Extra $200? (Kaindl-Richer)
      • History Lessons (Hoffman)
      • Reflections on an Immersion Experience (Whalen)
  • Summer 2010 (Vol. 61 No. 2)
    Foreign Language Education and Student Diversity

    • Simply Inspirational: A Report from the 2010 NECTFL Conference and NYSAFLT Spring Colloquium (Ketz)
    • Getting Down to the Core with Foreign Language Advocacy (Peckham)
    • TEACHER TO TEACHER
      • NYSAFLT Teacher Incentive Award Changes Lives (Berg)
      • Modern Language Learning Success through Formative Assessment (Tuttle)
  • Spring 2010 (Vol. 61 No. 1)
    Heritage Language Learning and Teaching

    • Using U.S. Census Data for Heritage Language Education (Bauckus)
    • Potential! Promises! Problems! Challenges of Heritage Language Education in New York State (White & Vermy)
    • A Saturday in the Life of Our Ukranian School (Hawryluk & Panchyshyn)
    • TEACHER TO TEACHER
      • Bringing Culture into the Classroom (Tuttle)
      • Student to Student, Learner to Learner (Hoffman)
      • Realia for the Foreign Language Classroom (Belluardo)
  • Winter 2009 (Vol. 60 No. 3)
    Professional Growth and Development

    • National Board Certification in WLOE: Self-Directed Professional Development (Bernstein, Ketz & Shiland)
    • JNCL-NCLIS Executive Summary (Davis)
    • TEACHER TO TEACHER
      • Being an English Language Assistant in France (Wagner)
      • What a Deal: A Habitat for Humanity Trip to Guatemala (Hosp)
      • Using Audacity with Elementary School Students to Improve Speaking Skills (Knotek)
      • HOLA – Helping Other Learners Achieve (Wagner)
  • Summer 2009 (Vol. 60 No. 2)
    Classical and Less Commonly Taught Languages

    • Less Commonly Taught Languages: Often Overlooked But Equally Important (Editorial) (Sanatullova-Alison)
    • Overcoming Conceptual Ambiguity: Integrating Cultural Subtleties into Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language (Ji)
    • The Importance of the Second LOTE Standard: Insights from the NYSAFLT Colloquium (Martínez de la Vega Mansilla)
    • TEACHER TO TEACHER
      • Using Literature Circles to Promote Student Discourse in High School Spanish Classes (Feret)
  • Spring 2009 (Vol. 60 No. 1)
    Many Hands, Many Voices, One World

    • Increasing Online Contact with Mandarin Chinese through Action Research (O’Neill)
    • Inspiring Students Through Fair Trade (Andersen)
    • TEACHER TO TEACHER
      • Making Cross-Cultural Connections Using DVDs and Videos (Isom)
      • La Francophonie: Underestimated, Undervalued, Undertaught (Piron)
      • Hands Across the Ocean: Videoconference Connects U.S. and German Schools (Niemczura)
  • Winter 2008 (Vol. 59 No. 3)
    Language Learning and Technology

    • Annual Meeting Site Committee Results and Annual Meeting Survey 2008 (Carlino)
    • Between Classroom Process and Pedagogical Competence – Training Chinese Language Teachers for the American Classroom (Ji)
    • TEACHER TO TEACHER
      • Step-By-Step Tech: Your “How to” Guide to the Most Popular Technology Tools Today (Hughes, Lutz, Sumod)
    • The Key to QUIA! An Interactive Website to Engage Students (McCarthy)
  • Summer 2008 (Vol. 59 No. 2)
    Language Teacher Education

    • Nut and Bolt of Teacher Training (White)
    • A Brief Summary of the Federal Government’s Role in Education: Accountability, Standards and the No Child Left Behind Act (Davis)
    • TEACHER TO TEACHER
      • New Teacher Induction – The Facebook of Teacher Education (Mitchell)
      • Grassroots Advocacy (Ketz)
      • Why Attend A Conference (Barnett)
  • Spring 2008 (Vol. 59, No. 1)
    Language Learning in the Elementary School

    • K-12 Foreign Language Programs in the Era of NCLB: Survey Results and What We Can Learn From Them (O’Toole & Hughes)
    • A Journey Into FLEX (Zuckerman)
    • TEACHER TO TEACHER
      • From Acadia to Zaire: Around The World in a Sixth Grade FLEX Program (Berg)
      • Rolling Into Happiness, Thoughts from a First Year FLES Teacher (Frank)
      • The Pleasures of Teaching Languages in Elementary School (Navelet)
      • Foreign Language Week Ideas: Your Ideas To Share (Hughes)
  • Winter 2007/2008 (Vol. 58, No. 3)
    Assessment for Instruction

    • NYCAFLT-UFT Annual Conference – NYCAFLT-UFT Annual Conference (Russo-Rumore)
    • Teaching Intermediate College Level Spanish in New York State High Schools: A year of Observations (Thomas)
    • Assessment through Differentiation: RAFTs and Think-Tac-Toes (Gomez)
    • NYSAFLT Annual Meeting Featured Session Methods and Materials Energize your classroom with Music Videos (Walton-Schafer)
    • Ten Burning Questions (Falsgraf)
    • Language Legislation from JNCL-NCLIS
  • Summer 2007 (Vol. 58, No. 2)
    Articulation

    • Designing Differential Lessons in LOTE (Hume-Nigro)
    • The Pathway to the Bridge of LOTE: Bridging K-12 Post Secondary Education (Carlson)
    • Keynote Spring Colloquium Articuluation (Tursi)
    • TEACHER TO TEACHER
      • Video Conference Life with Cicero-North Syracuse High School and Albert Schweitzer Gymnasium in Gundelfingen, Germany (Niemczura)
  • Spring 2007 (Vol. 58, No. 1)
    Assessment and Articulation

    • Assessing Foreign Language Teaching Methodology: From Static Mode to Dynamic Process (Ji)
    • Comprehensions of L2 videos: Does what works for French in Action work for Destinos? (Thomas)
    • Meaningful Tests Promote Articuation (Heller)
    • Sharing Ideas for Growth in German Language Enrollment (Lalande & Djukic-Cocks)
    • Unpacking the NY standards: Uncovering Content through Culture and Performance Assessment (Eddy)
    • TEACHER TO TEACHER
      • The Satellite Academy: A Small Learning Community at Long Island City High School (Isom)
      • Teaching Culture through the Study of Spanish Proverbs (Lipani)
  • Fall 2006 (Vol. 57, No. 3)
    The Arts in Language Learning and Teaching

    • Using Six Organizing Goals as a Framework for Incorporating Commercial Art in a Foreign Language Classroom (Sanatullova-Allison, Sanatullova)
    • Should School Districts Redirect Funds or Resources Toward Developing New Programs for Critical Languages? (Scalera)
    • Developing Pen pal / Key pal Partnerships (Jourdain)
    • JNCL Update / Kennedy Bill (Edwards)
    • TEACHER TO TEACHER
      • Incorporating Yoga Into The Foreign Language Classroom (Ogren)
      • Multicultural and Multilingual Approaches to Teaching Shakespeare (Isom)
      • The Amish Experience: A Multicultural Excursion at Long Island City High School (Isom)
      • Integrating the Arts in the LOTE Classroom (Villani)
      • Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling: TPRS Teaching Method (Steflik)
  • Summer 2006 (Vol. 57, No. 2)
    Uncovering Culture: Curriculum and Assessment for Intercultural Competence

    • Tribute to the Graduates (Donaldson-Evans)
    • Partnerships in Full Sail (Warford)
    • WAFLE Keynote Speech (Barnett)
    • Designing Assessment to Inform Practice (Perrin)
    • Technology Integration: Not Just “A Point and Click” Affair (Isom)
    • How I Spent My Summer Vacation… (Colbert)
    • NYSAFLT Spring Colloquium Partnerships for Success: Supporting Our Students, Promoting Our Profession (Campanaro, Holmes, Piscitelli)
    • Using Technology to Meet LOTE Standard Two: Cultural Understanding (Berg)
    • Speech for Release of Report by the Committee for Economic Development (Coleman)
    • Landing the Job You Deserve (Hughes)
  • Winter 2006 (Japan Pictures, Vol. 57, No. 1 – 19mb)
    Open Theme

    • Transcultural Consciousness for Teaching Chinese to American Learners (Ji)
    • Of Methods and Lenses: Considerations on Our Methodological Past, Present and Future (Garatti)
    • Reconciling Global Language Learning with Mandated Standards: Some Solutions for Today’s Second Language Educators (Iasevoli)
    • Using Hyperstudio to Tell and Experience a Story in a French Language Classroom (Sanatullov, Sanatullova-Allison)
    • Esquisse pour une auto-analyse de Pierre Bourdieu (Blanchard)
    • Evolucíon propia e inglés (Rubín)
    • JNCL-NCLIS Executive Summary (Edwards)
    • A New Era for Foreign Languages (Edwards)
    • The National Museum of Language (Barr-Harrison)
    • LOTE Growth: It’s Your Move (Campanaro)
    • “The Wind Beneath Our Wings” (Delson-Karan)
  • Fall 2005 (Vol. 56, No. 3)
    The NYS Regents Exams in LOTE

    • The NYS Proficiency and Comprehensive Regents Exam in LOTE: How Do Teachers View Their Effects (Rissel)
    • Proficiency, Standards, Performance, and the New York State Regents Comprehensive Examinations in Language Other Than English (Grady)
    • Awakening The Student Writer (Martino)
    • POINT/COUNTERPOINT
      • The NYS LOTE Proficiency Exam Needs Improvement (Lasnick)
      • In Praise of the NYS LOTE Proficiency Exam (Heller)
    • LOTE: The Path for Every Student to All the Standards – Reflections on the 2005 NYSAFLT Colloquium (Arroyo, Beeley, Champagne-Myers & Levine)
    • TEACHER TO TEACHER
      • Speaking Points: An Innovation with Far-Reaching Effects (Rizzo)
      • Puppets Encourage Communication (La Paglia & Barrett)
      • Integrating Technology in Second Language Classes at Long Island City High School (Isom)
      • Job Security 101 for a Foreign Language Teacher. Taking Advantage of The Year of Languages: What to do today to make sure tomorrow you still have your job (Nuss)
    • NYSAFLT Constitution
  • Summer 2005 (Vol. 56, No. 2)
    LOTE Means Business!

    • Fulbright Exchange Connects Language Learners Across Continents in The Year Of Languages (Hiller)
    • Making The Year of Languages Last: Public Advocacy (Terry & Martialay)
    • In The Year of Languages “Teaching Tips” for My NYSAFLT Colleagues (Marino)
    • TEACHER TO TEACHER
      • The Year of Languages in Smithtown Schools (Picataggio)
      • Extending The Year of Languages (Meierjurgen)
      • The Proverbs Project: Validating School Cultures Through Quotes and Sayings in World Languages (Ramirez)
      • Learning a Foreign Language is a Mind Altering Experience (Policano)
      • On The Occasion of the 400th Birthday of Don Quijote (Cussen)
    • Pulling Proficiency Out of a Hat … Magic Tricks Can Be Your Curtain-Opener (Mazziotti)
    • Without Words: Further Study On The Effect of Music on Language Learning (Eddy)
    • FLES Weather Instruction with Curriculum Integration (Meng)
  • Winter 2005 (Vol. 56, No. 1)
    No theme

    • Using PowerPoint to Create Storybooks in Level Four French (Apuzzo)
    • Writing Process of Older EFL Children in Test Situations (Chen & Tsou)
    • FLES Weather Instruction with Curriculum Integration What’s the Weather Like? = Qué tiempo hace? (Meng)
    • Building Community from the Foreign Language Classroom (Epstein)
    • Partnering with Parents (Campanaro)
    • Election 2004 – Come Alive in Foreign Language Classrooms (Astarita)
    • How to Improve Your French without Going to France (Helie)
    • Foreign Language Class at the United Nations (Madonia)
    • Communication Station (DiNatalie)
    • Integrating Public Folders & Electronic Bulletin Boards In Staff Development Activities At Long Island City High Schools (Isom)
  • Fall 2004 (Vol. 55, No. 3)
    Interdisciplinary Teaching Activities

    • Take Them Out To The Ball Game (Vincent)
    • Making Connections: LOTE and the 28 Standards (Ketz)
    • An Administrator’s Journey Back to the World of LOTE (Morse)
    • Strategy Training and Foreign Language Instruction (Tsou & Chen)
    • Interpreting the Year of Language (Spokane)
    • Taking French into the Next Century: The Development, Production, and Dissemination of Multimedia Instructional and Promotional Materials (Angelini, Loughrin-Sacco, Thompson)
  • Spring/Summer 2004 (Vol. 55, No. 2)
    Culture in the LOTE Curriculum

    • The Invisible Learner: Unlocking the Heritage Language Treasure (Scalera)
    • Demystifying The Tower of Babel At Long Island City High School (Isom)
    • A Web Diagram to Introduce Students to Culture (Mittlesteadt)
    • Examining Cultural Practices and Perspectives through the Coquí (Rissel)
    • Can Foreign Languages Be Effectively Taught or Learned Online? (Pallotta)
  • Winter 2004
    • Acknowledging, Nurturing, and Protecting the Teacher Within (Webb)
    • The Unduction Bridge: Linking Theory to Practice (Lippman)
    • A Product of New Teacher Induction (Mitchell)
    • Keynote Address – Teachers in Training: A Conference for Future Foreign Language Teachers (Guillet)
    • Intricacies and Challenges in Training Novice Foreign Language Teachers to Use the Internet (Castillo)
    • Post 9/11, Post Iraqi War – An Update on the Case for Foreign Languages (Terry & Martialay)
    • Foreign Languages Left Behind? (Keatley)
  • Fall 2003
    • Languages Other Than English and Middle School Education: A Perfect Match (Heller)
    • Making Connections with the Classical World: The Latin Twelve Curriculum (Sugarman)
    • Ensalada Mixta (Duke, Hirsch, Plain, Plasencia, & Rivas)
    • Stage de perfectionnement en enseignement du français à l’université de Montréal (Garvey)
    • What We Can Learn from Foreign Language Teaching in Other Countries (Pufahl, Rhodes, & Christian)
  • Spring/Summer 2003
    • Opening Doors for LOTE (Martino)
    • Leveling the Playing Field in the LOTE Classroom: An Overview of Current Practices (Chandler)
    • Point / Counterpoint
    • Guide to the 86th Annual Meeting
    • Differentiated Instruction (McBride & Santiago-Marullo)
    • Teaching ALL Students in a Heterogeneous Classroom, YAY! (Barnett)
    • The James E. Allen Award … A Time for Reflection and Celebration (Moretti)
    • Constitution and By-Laws
  • Winter 2002/2003
    • The German Connection in NYC: A Story of Lederhosen and Bratwurst on Fifth Avenue (Carlino)
    • Foreign Languages for Our Times (Terry/Martialay)
    • Bridges for Education: A Rewarding Educational and Personal Experience (Szczesny)
    • Interview with Herbert Lottman (Yoken)
  • Fall 2002
    • Wanted: Educational Leaders Ready, Willing and Able to Create “Healthy” LOTE Departments (Morse)
    • What do Colleges Want? Some Answers to Share With Your Foreign Language Students (O’Toole)
    • Putting It All Together: Fostering a Language-Proficient Society (Marcos/Peyton)
  • Summer 2002
    • FLES REINVENTED (Hiller/Clemente)
    • Lessons from the Classroom: Onsite Professional Development (Barnett)
    • Thematic, Communicative Language Teaching in the K-8 Classroom (Haas)
    • Making the Most of a Target Culture Experience (Rissel)
  • Spring 2002
    • Teacher Education Changes in NYS: 1998-Present (Levine)
    • What the New Certification Standards Mean to LOTE Teacher Preparation (Warford)
    • The Impact of Certification Changes for K-12 Lote Instruction (Heller)
  • Winter 2002
    • LOTE at the Heart of the Core: An Interdisciplinary Approach A Report on the NYSAFLT/SED Colloquium 2001-09-02 (Lorefice & Guillet)
    • The Crystal Ball (Terry & Martialay)
    • Windsor, NY, and San Ramón, Costa Rica
    • 2002 NYSAFLT Directory
  • Fall 2001
    • Reflections on attending the “Integrating Technology in the FL Classroom” workshop at the NFLRC (National Foreign Language Resource Center) (Warford)
    • Federal Language Policy Gains Momentum (Perry)
    • NYSAFLT 2002 Poster Contest
    • In Memoriam
    • Rationale for Elementary Foreign Language Study (Colangelo-Pannozzo)
  • Summer 2001
    • Why Not Start a Mariachi Band? (Kinney)
    • 10 Tips to Consider in Developing a Foreign Language Arts and Crafts Club (Bianchi)
    • Guide to the 84th Annual Meeting
    • Making Foreign Language and Business Connections (Sabatino)
  • Spring 2001
    • A Rubric for Helping Students Develop Intercultural Sensitivity (Rissel)
    • The R’s: Recruitment, Refinement and Retention of Teachers: A Report on the NYSAFLT/SED Colloquium 2000 (Marino/Militscher)
    • Smaller Learning Communities: The Language Institute At Prospect Heights High School (Isom)
    • An Overview of a Web-Based Application for Second Language Instruction: Blackboard (Alvarez-Torres)
  • Winter 2001
    • The Euro: Once Currency for Europe (Gigante)
    • A Most Unforgettable Tour to the Geographical Center of France (Yoken & Yoken)
    • Changing Attitude on the National and State Levels 2001 (Terry & Martialay)
    • 2001 NYSAFLT Directory
  • Fall 2000
    • Developing Speaking and Writing Tasks for Second Language Assessment A Guide for Assessment Development (CARLA)
    • Capture the Teachable Moment (Godron)
    • Dual-Language Immersion – The Wave of the Future (Terry & Martialay)
    • NYSAFLT Annual Meeting Site Survey
    • A Dialogue on the Standard (Valentini)
    • Creating Rubrics for Foreign Language Assessment (Delett)
  • Summer 2000
    • Using Computers To Develop Higher Order Thinking Skills: A Virtual Trip To Paris (Isom)
    • FLES Methods Course Offerings
    • Preparing An Impressive Nomination Packet (Tucker)
    • Guide to the 83rd Annual Meeting
    • A Cross-Curricular Game For The Second Language Classroom (D’Aquila)
    • The Importance of Foreign Language Studies and Career Opportunities (Sabatino)
  • Winter 2000
    • The Ten Top Tips for Success in the Millennium (Lipton)
    • Enhancing, Assessing and Evaluating Oral Proficiency (Barnes)
    • 2000 NYSAFLT Directory
    • Advice From the Powers That Be (Terry & Martialay)
    • Springing From the Board Article 2: Music (Baskinger)
  • Fall 1999
    • The Impact of Early Language Programs on the Program for Language Other Than English (Margarita & Barnett)
    • “Give Me French!” (Gailey)
    • Springing From the Board Article 1: Films (Baskinger)
    • 10 Tips To Consider While Traveling With Children (Bianchi)
  • Summer 1999
    • Webquests: Blending Technology and Culture (Santiago-Marullo)
    • 82nd Annual Meeting Guide
    • FLES Programs in New York State (Barnett & Reardon)
    • A National Survey of K-12 Foreign Language Education (Branaman, Rhodes & Rennie)
    • CARLA Website: An Index
  • Spring 1999
    • The New Teacher, Part I (Hughes)
    • Review
    • JNCL-NCLIS 1998 Executive Summary
    • Why I Started Portfolio Assessment In My Classroom (Medina)
    • Establishing A Learner-Centered Foreign Language Classroom (Barnhardt)
  • Winter 1999
    • Creating Webpage Lesson at Paul Robeson High School (Isom)
    • Guidelines for Logs and Journals Via E-mail (Barnhardt)
    • Using Journals and Logs in the Foreign Language Classroom (Delett)
    • Learning A Second Language (Norton)
  • Fall 1998
    • “Making Connections: Foreign Language in NYS and School-to-Work: A SUMMARY of the 1998 NYSAFLT Colloquium and Its Recommendations (Remaley & Manley)
    • A Call to Action Research (Freitag)
    • For Your Immediate Attention (Graham)
    • Where Have All the Foreign Language Teachers Gone? (Morse)
    • How Effective are E-mail Dialogs in Providing Advanced Foreign Language Students with Input from the Target Cultures? (Jogan)
    • Virtual Picture Album for the Less Commonly Taught Languages: A National Resource Center Initiative
  • Spring 1998
    • Foreign Languages and Business (Sabatino)
    • Paul Robeson High School Making Electronic Connections To The New Standards (Isom)
    • Guidelines for Media Publicity (Meltzer)
    • Next Step For the Minnesota Articulation Project
    • Summer Institute for LCTL Teachers: A National Language Resource Center
  • Winter 1998
    • Raising the Bar for Second Language Teachers: The Ontario Model (Johnson)
    • Content-Based Language Teaching: Another Fad or “The Real Thing”? (Langer de Ramírez)
    • 1998 NYSAFLT Directory
    • Advocacy: The Cutting Edge (Martialay)
    • Schools and Community: A Vital Relationship for Our Future (Morse)
  • Summer 1998
    • Making the Connections: Foreign Languages in NYS and School-to-Work (Hill)
    • Lobbying 101 (Terry & Martialay)
    • A National Language Resource Center Initiative
    • The American Council on Immersion Education: A National Language Resource Center Initiative
    • 81st Annual Meeting Guide
    • Language Teachers Align Curricula with Standards: Preliminary Results of A National Survey (Solomon)
  • Fall 1997
    • Eight Days in Nicaragua (Santiago-Marullo)
    • Total Physical Response Storytelling: A Communicative Approach to Language Learning (Marsh)
    • Foreign Language and Business: Part I (Martialay)
    • Second Language Acquisition Through Language Immersion Strategies (Bonavista)
  • Summer 1997
    • Aiming for Mastery (Stark)
    • Bringing Culture Into The Schools (Quinn & Forman)
    • Field Trips: Fun and Fluency On The Art Scene (Whorrall & Shoudy)
    • 80th Annual Meeting Guide
    • Native American Culture Heritage School Project (Pollard & Dunn)
    • Foreign Language Resources and Training
    • The Northeast and Islands Regional Educational Lab at Brown University
    • Oral Proficiency Testing Kits In Spanish, French, German, Chinese and Japanese Now Available From CAL
    • Puppetry For Pre-K: El Teatro Español
    • Spanish Diplomas Offered This Fall
  • Spring 1997
    • The Interdisciplinary Approach to Opera For the Foreign Language Classroom (Valentini)
    • Letter to the Editor
    • Constitution and By-Laws
    • “Vamos Al Restaurante”: Integrating LOTE Standards for Language and Culture in an Authentic Role Play (Dooher)
    • Contemporary Trends in American Sign Language (Forestal)
    • Foreign Language Test On the World Wide Web
  • Winter 1997
    • SED Solicits Contributors to Curriculum Resource Guide (Crooker)
    • Culture and Communication Implementing the Standards in Our Classrooms (Bloom)
    • Let’s Put Foreign Languages in the Spotlight: Here’s How! (Martialay)
    • 1997 NYSAFLT Directory
    • How Foreign Language Teachers Can Better Prepare Their Students for International Business Careers – The Rochester Model (Goodwin)
    • National K-12 Foreign Language Resource Center (Wilson)
  • Fall 1996
    • Schools to Careers and Foreign Languages (Martialay)
    • Computer Technology Challenges the Language Teacher (Cussen)
    • The NYSAFLT Council of Affiliate Organizations: A Vital Member of the NYSAFLT Family (Manely & Santiago-Marullo)
    • Commissioner of Education Richard P. Mills Delivers 1996 Annual Meeting Keynote Address
    • The Two Italies (Valentini)
    • Changes to the NYSAFLT Constitution
  • July/August 1996
    • Meeting the Challenge of Cross-Cultural Awareness (Iasevoli)
    • Global Satellite Field Trips at Paul Robeson High School – From Theory to Practice (Isom)
    • Standards for Foreign Language Learning
    • 79th Annual Meeting 1996
    • Using A Foreign Film to Improve Second Language Proficiency: Video vs. Interactive Multimedia (Cardillo)
    • NYSAFLT to Establish Site on the World Wide Web
  • April 1996
    • Using HyperStudio in the Foreign Language Classroom (Cardillo)
    • Advocacy Update (Martialay)
    • NYSAFLT Poster Contest Grand Prize Winning Poster
    • Comments On Three Weeks at the University of Montreal In The Summer of 1995 (Bradshaw)
  • January 1996
    • Expectations of Excellence: Preparing for Our Future (Terry)
    • New York State Framework for Language Other Than English: New Challenges for Teachers, New Opportunities for Learners! (Webb)
    • 1996 NYSAFLT Directory
    • Call for Ad Hoc Committee on Needs of Native Speakers of LOTE (Scalera)
    • In Search of New Motivators (Strauss)
  • October 1995
    • If This Is Friday, It Must Be Dark Sun World: A Role-Playing Game Fantasy Makes Communication A Reality in A Checkpoint C Classroom (Baff)
    • Winslow Homer at Giverny: Tracing the American Master’s French Influences (Wilson)
    • Editor’s Comments (McKee)
    • What Employers Expect of College Graduates: International Knowledge and Second Language Skills
  • July/August 1995
    • Learner-Centered Methodologies Makes Learning More Meaningful (Eno)
    • Telecommunications at Paul Robeson High School: Making Global Connections from the Inner City (Isom)
    • The Teacher’s Voice – Action Research in Your Classroom (Chaumot)
    • NYSAFLT Annual Meeting 1995
    • Editor’s Comments (McKee)
    • Software for Foreign Language Teachers (Curran)
    • Intensive Multimedia Spanish Language Source Available From Open World Interactive (Fisher)
    • Meeting the Challenge of GATT: The Impact of Cross-Cultural Communication on the U.S. Balance of Trade (Brecht & Walton)
  • April 1995
    • Forming A Video Network: A Practical Guide for Integrating Video Into the Foreign Language Classroom (Cardillo)
    • A French Africa Week Celebration (Castro)
    • Overseas Study Guidelines for H.S. Students and their Parents (Bailey)
    • Center for Applied Linguistics to Lead the U.S. Initiative In Global Language Education Study
    • National Standards in Foreign Language Education: Answering the Questions (Draper)
    • Editor’s Comments (McKee)
    • A Shot in the Arm (Orwen)
  • January 1995
    • Interpretación al español basada en “She walks in beauty”
    • An American in Novgorod: The Fulfillment of One Educator’s Dream (Gasparro)
    • Merecen Todos Nuestros Elogios
    • 1995 NYSAFLT Directory
    • Project Pluma
    • Teaching Foreign Languages to Young Students (TFLYS)
    • Seven Receive Prestigious ACTFL Awards
    • Three New Officers Elected for ACTFL
    • A Letter from Your President (Reed)
  • October 1994
    • “Whole Brain” and Foreign Language Instruction: Strategies For A “Bimodal” Pedagogical Approach (Palotta)
    • Beyond the Regents: Exploring Checkpoint C (Jeffries)
    • Northeast Conference Fellowship Program
    • A Legion of Honor: Napoleon’s Meritocracy (Mikelbank)
    • Editor’s Comments (McKee)
  • July/August 1994
    • Articulation, Achievement, and Assessment: The Challenge of the 1990’s in FL Education (Jackson)
    • The Goose Story
    • NYSAFLT Annual Meeting 1994
    • Educational Reforms in France: 1982-1992 (Crouse)
    • Deputy Secretary of Education Speaks at Luncheon
    • On a Mission of Discovery (Castro)
    • Teacher Awarded NEH Fellowship
    • Results of the Oral Interpretation Contest
  • April 1994
    • Poetry and the Portfolio (Margarita-Buckley)
    • Conference Keynote Speech
    • Editor’s Comments (McKee)
    • To The Editor
    • An Unforgettable Experience (Cardillo)
    • Activities As Instructional Tools: Selection and Design (McKee)
    • Teacher Education
  • January 1994
    • Using Telecommunications In The Modern Foreign Language Classroom (Johnson)
    • A Rewarding Experience (Stelk)
    • Building A Learning-Centered Curriculum For Learner-Centered Schools
    • Legislative Update (Martialay)
    • News From The Gap: Report On The October First Teleconference on High School-to-College Articulation (Jeffries)
    • What Is The LOTE Committee (Bloom)
    • 1994 NYSAFLT Directory
    • Foreign Language Perspectives – Past and Future (Cabat)
    • Linking Foreign Language to Occupational Education: A Unique New Sequence at Ticonderoga High School (Connors)
    • Tips on Administering the Speaking Portions of the Regents and Proficiency Examination (Tripi)
    • Cracking Corporate Codes: French and American Approaches to Hiring and Firing, Perks and Promotion (Joyce)
  • October 1993
    • The New York State Compact For Learning To The Classroom: Frameworks in Progress (Bloom & Champagne-Myers)
    • Making It Real – Sparkling Communication After Checkpoint B (Baff)
    • Teaching At Checkpoint C: Identifying Heroism Through Literature (Segrue)
    • Editor’s Comments (McKee)
    • Closing the Door on A.P. to Open a Window on the World (Iasevoli)
    • The Language Explosion: Europe Starts It Early (Peck)
  • July/August 1993
    • SUNY and SED Aim At New Standards For Language Instruction (Jeffries)
    • Is It Over Already? (Carlino)
    • Eating A Deadly Dinner (Werner)
    • NYSAFLT Annual Meeting 1993
    • NYSAFLT Rebate for New ACTFL Members
    • Integrating Culture Into The Italian Class (Orwen)
    • Editor’s Comments (McKee)
    • Remembering the Forgotten Art of Memory (Scruggs & Mastropieri)
  • April 1993
    • Creating Positive Images and Role Models Through Literature Within the Spanish Language Classroom (Garcia-Rodriguez)
    • The F.L.E.S. Program (Roach)
    • Driving Mlle … / Srta …
    • Editor’s Comments (McKee)
    • French For A Day (Boyce)
    • Global Awareness: Foreign Language Week (Conway)
    • A Practical Note (Orwen)
    • Write On! (Reinoehl)
    • From the MAFLA Newsletter
  • January 1993
    • Foreign Language Anxiety (O’Toole)
    • The Multicultural Challenges of the Twenty-First Century: Confronting Paradox (Edwards)
    • 1993 NYSAFLT Directory
    • The National FLES Institute of U.M.B.C.
    • “Québécois For A Few Months” : A Project (Berman)
    • Book Review (Levine)
    • A Philosophy of Teaching (LaHood)
    • Editor’s Comments (McKee)
  • November 1992
    • Instant Photography In The Foreign Language Classroom (Sonich)
    • Excellence and Equity Through Collaborative Consultation (Hiller)
    • Language Loss: An Emerging Field of Research (Taylor)
    • China Revisited (Clark)
    • Culture Capsules From China (Chen)
    • Sivak Award Given to Harriet Barnett
    • Editor’s Comments (Taylor)
    • Cultural Immersion in Mexico (Milham)
    • Announcements From The New York Council For The Humanities
  • September 1992
    • The Brain Chain: Applying Theories of Multiple Intelligences and Brain Research to the Learning of Language (Regan-Baker)
    • NYSAFLT Poster Contest Rules
    • Asking for Help and Obtaining Information: Developing Learner Skills in Questioning (Armstrong)
    • Guide to the 75th Annual Meeting
    • Using Placement Data for Research (Jeffries)
    • A New Resource for NY Teachers: culturefront
  • May 1992
    • Assessing The Regents Action Plan: A Call For Research (Jeffries)
    • A National Plan for a Use-Oriented Foreign Language System (Lambert)
    • Citation for FLTP Circle
    • Humanities Teacher Institute on the Quincentenary (Lambert)
    • Announcing the 1992 Annual Meeting
    • An Interview With A Recipient of the Ruth A. Wasley Distinguished Teacher Award Post-Secondary Level
    • Letters to the Editor
    • The Sub Speaks Out (Weibezahl)
    • How Good A Motivator for Your Foreign Language Students Are You?
    • Spotlight on Articulation: Building Bridges, Not Walls (Gordon)
    • The Challenge of Change (Phillips)
    • A Much-Needed Ally (Orwen)
  • March 1992
    • Changing the Attitudes Toward Schooling: A Challenge for Teachers in the 1990s (Schermerhorn, Jr)
    • “Teachers in Training” – Conference Report (Levine)
    • Guide to the 1992 NYSAFLT Symposium/Colloquium
    • Distance Learning: Proficiency Through Technology (Montillet)
    • Winners of Foreign Language Poster Contest Announced
    • An Interview With A Recipient of the Ruth A. Wasley Distinguished Teacher Award Post-Secondary Level
    • Russian Winter (Clark)
    • Call for Papers on Checkpoint C
    • 1992: The Columbian Quincentenary
    • Bulletin Editor Vacancy Announced
  • January 1992
    • One Day On Red Square (Shultz IV)
    • Editor’s Comments (Taylor)
    • Report of A Recent Visit to Cuba (Fellion)
    • An Interview With A Recipient of the Ruth A. Wasley Distinguished Teacher Award Post-Secondary Level
    • 1992 NYSAFLT Directory
    • Foreign Language For Everyone Through Mastery Learning (Hiller)
    • Re-Test Entitlement
    • Culture Capsules From China (Chen)
  • November 1991
    • Homework Assignments That Develop Proficiency Outside the Classroom (Rissel)
    • Editor’s Comments (Taylor)
    • What Research Says About Homework In The Middle and High School Foreign Language Class (Sullivan)
    • The Evolution of Homework and Its Implications for Today (Levine)
    • A Vital Link in Communication: The Assignment and Correction of Homework (Felsten)
    • Homework: Yes? No? How (much)? (Rogers)
    • FLES and Homework (Barnett)
    • “Are you collecting this?” – A Question of Homework (Maibaum)
    • Homework At The Secondary Level: Teacher Dilemma / Student Turn-off (Greenbaum)
    • Creative Homework for Proficiency (Montillet)
    • “Homework” For College-Level Beginning Language Students (Lyons)
  • September 1991
    • Quo Vadis – A Keynote Address delivered to the NYSAFLT by Dr. W. Ann Reynolds, Chancellor, The City University of New York, May 10, 1991
    • Report on the NYSAFLT Pre-Colloquium Seminar For High School to College Articulation
    • Guide to the 1991 NYSAFLT Annual Meeting
    • Quincentenary Humanities Institute Trains New York Teachers
    • The European Community: The Road to 1992 and The Latest Happenings (Wilk)
    • NYSAFLT Poster Contest Rules
    • Letter to the Editor
  • May 1991
    • Report of the Task Force on Teacher Preparation: Investing in the Future of Foreign Language Teaching: A Design for Teacher Preparation
    • Relevant Reading Using Real Resources (Stelk)
    • Letter to the Editor
    • Editor’s Comments (Taylor)
    • Teaching Opportunity in India
    • Some Observations About India (Macris)
    • India – Linguistically Speaking (Taylor)
    • Moscow-Brighton Telecommunications Program (Gersitz)
    • Book Review (Nolfi)
    • NYSAFLT Grant Money at Work: Creating A Centralized Database (Serotsky)
  • March 1991
    • The Making of the Foreign Language Teacher: A Report of the 1990 NYSAFLT/SED Colloquium (Webb & Hume-Nigro)
    • In Memoriam
    • “‘Tis A Puzzlement” Requiem For The Communicative Approach (Tallis)
    • Italian Update – Italian – a living language, not afraid to change (Wilder)
    • A Shot In The Arm (Orwen)
    • Cooperative Learning Tasks From Interdependence to Independence (Mike)
    • Foreign Language Post Contest Winners Announced
    • 1989 ACTFL National Priorities Conference – Summaries of Priority Proceedings
  • January 1991
    • Working Together: Resources For Foreign Language Instruction (LeClerc)
    • Marist College Plans Concours d’Interpretation Orale
    • Editor’s Comments (Taylor)
    • NYSAFLT/SUNY Symposium On High School to College Articulation (Jeffries)
    • A Hands-On Guide to Establishing Articulation (Bossong)
    • 1991 NYSAFLT Directory
    • Once Again: Why Study Literature? (Alcorn)
    • What is NADSFL?
    • Book Review (Nolfi)
    • 1989 ACTFL National Priorities Conference – Summaries of Priority Proceedings
  • November 1990
    • New York State Council on Languages: Two Languages for Everyone
    • Two Languages For Everyone: Working Principles of the New York State Council on Languages (Quintanilla)
    • SCOL Position Statement – Supervision of Language Education Programs in New York State
    • The Classic’s Response to Language as Communication (Nicholls)
    • SCOL Position Statement – A Multilingual New York
    • The Role of Native Language Instruction In Bilingual Education Programs (Carrasquillo)
    • The Issues Confronting ESOL Professionals (Balbi & Quintanilla)
    • Foreign Languages Education: An Era of Challenges Renewed (Webb)
    • SCOL’s Agenda: Past, Present and Future (Wintergerst)
    • SCOL Position Statement – The Role of Part-Time Instructors in Post-Secondary Education
  • September 1990
    • Articulation: Beyond the Syllabus (Seaver)
    • Total Immersion in French at the Elementary School Level: An Observer’s Report (Feindler)
    • “Columbus Countdown 1992” Announces A Year-long 1991-2 Multi-faceted Cultural Project To Be Based in New York City
    • Revising the Scope and Content of the Foreign Language Teacher Education Curriculum (Johnson)
    • A Guide to the NYSAFLT Annual Meeting
    • SCOL Update
    • Soviet Television in North America
    • The First Year Teacher: Transition to Professionalism (Yuro)
    • NYSAFLT Videotape Resource Lending Library
    • NYSAFLT Member Selected Fulbright Teacher
    • Western New York Regional COnference
  • May 1990
    • A Decade of Change to A Decade of Challenge (Simon)
    • Teaching Foreign Languages with Icons (Melnick)
    • Students Perform Russian Play (Weinraub)
    • Homestays: Bringing the World To Your Classroom (Dye)
    • You Don’t Always Need To See It … To Believe It! (Kaplan)
    • Book Review (Alcorn)
    • The New Europe, 1990 NYSAFLT Summer Workshop
    • Language Learning Outside the Classroom … A Language Day (Cardillo)
  • March 1990
    • A Frontier-Free Europe: Deadline 1992 (Stefanacci)
    • 1992: The British Perspective (Raymond)
    • Europe 1992: The Economic and Political Outlook from Spain (Haering)
    • A Frontier-Free Europe After 1992: A German View (Fischer-Dieskau)
    • Development of School Programs in the European Perspective (Kieffer)
    • European Journal
    • Recent Interviews with German Citizens Available
    • Editor’s Comments (Taylor)
    • European Cultural Unity (Marchetti)
    • Deadline 1992 – Some Educational Considerations (Meyer)
    • Europe 1992: A Cultural, Linguistic and Educational Perspective From Spain (Haering)
    • 1992: Foreign Language Training and Educational Exchange: A British Perspective (Raymond)
    • The View From America
    • 1990 NYSAFLT/SED Colloquium
    • Conclusions of the President European Council Strasbourg, 8 and 9 December 1989
    • Winners of Foreign Language Week Poster Contest Announced
  • January 1990
    • Today’s Foreign Language Professionals Prepare For the Future: A Report of the 1989 NYSAFLT/SED Colloquium (Webb)
    • SCOL Update (Wintergerst)
    • Oral Proficiency – Round Two (Maibaum)
    • 1990 NYSAFLT Directory
    • An Interview With The Recipient of the Ruth E. Wasley Distinguished Teacher Award Secondary Level
    • Nominating Committee Seeks 1991 Slate
    • Small “c” Culture & Communications A Unit on the “llamada telefónica” (Iasevoli)
    • Book Review (Nolfi)
    • ACE Calls for Foreign Language Competency For College Graduates
    • Letter to the Editor
    • Homage to Rassias (Yoken)
    • On Culture and Linguistic Generalizations (Valentini)
  • November 1989
    • The “PTA” of the Future (Ervin)
    • Setting Fires in the Classroom – The Life Stories Project ’88 – ’89 (Rose)
    • Boost Your Vocabulary (Orwen)
    • The Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL) Offers Two National Oral Proficiency Testing Programs
    • Success Is Possible: Techniques for Positive Outcomes In The Second Language Classroom (Montillet)
    • Toy Making, Technology, and German: An Interdisciplinary Project (Clayton & Niemczura)
    • Book Review (Nolfi)
    • Celebrating the Study of Culture: Showcase ’89 (Schermerhorn, Jr.)
    • The 8th German Elderhostel at Keuka College (Falkenstein & Rubin)
    • Elaine Tears Elected Vice-Chair of National Committee
  • September 1989
    • Articulation in New York State (Jeffries)
    • University in High School: A Successful Program for Secondary School/College Articulation (Baff)
    • CAFLA: A Regional Teacher Association Serving the Rural Teacher (Vandenheuvel & Turits)
    • Articulation and the College Foreign Language Requirement: Potsdam College’s New Experiment (Cross)
    • Articulation for Teachers and Students (Maibaum)
    • High School and College Foreign Language Faculty: Articulation in Teacher Training (Levine)
    • Activities of the NYSAFLT Articulation Committee (Taylor)
    • 72nd NYSAFLT Annual Meeting Information
    • NYSAFLT Articulation Survey (Jeffries)
    • Building Bridges, Not Walls (Gordon)
    • Hampton Bays Teacher Awarded Fulbright to Teach in Colombia
    • Foreign Language Week NYSAFLT Poster Contest Rules
    • “On to the Past” Successful Latin Workshop on Long Island (Keith)
  • May 1989
    • 1949-1989 Happy 40th Anniversary NYSAFLT Language Association Bulletin
    • Italian Update: Recent Linguistic Phenomena (Bonavita)
    • New York State Citizens’ Committee for the Bicentennial of the French Revolution Announces Planned Activities
    • The Bicentennial of the French Revolution (Hammond)
    • Board Action
    • Foreign Language Instruction: Where We Need to Go
    • Connecticut College Introduces Unique International Undergraduate Program
    • Culture Capsultes from China: “Confusion Caused by Good Intentions” and “Quick Rice and Kentucky Fried Chicken” (Chen)
    • The 90s and the New Learner of Foreign Language (Remaley)
    • Building Memories and Documenting Them (Taylor)
    • Lesson Planning – Key to Success (Liotta)
    • Sprachfest ’89 A Huge Success
    • Think Globally … Act Locally! “Education for Peace” (Blandino & D’Aiuto)
  • March 1989
    • From Checkpoint A to Checkout B Without A Text (Dye)
    • Results of Poster Contest Announced
    • Soviet-American Comparative Education Conference (D’Aiuto)
    • Oral Proficiency – Taking the First Step (Maibaum)
    • Constitution
    • NYSAFLT/SED Colloquium – Today’s Foreign Language Professional Prepare for the Future
    • From the Board
    • New York State Citizens’ Committee for the Bicentennial of the French Revolution Formed
    • The Bicentennial of the French Revolution (Hammond)
    • Advantages of the Total Physical Response Method And Why It Works So Well (Martone-Burdette)
    • Letters to the Editor
  • January 1989
    • Using Audiotapes For Instruction and Assessment: La Musique C’est Quelque Chose de Magique (Graham)
    • An Interview with the Recipient of the Ruth E. Wasley Distinguished Teacher Award Post-Secondary Level
    • Culture Capsule from China: “The Black and White Colours” and “I Am From Beijing” (Chen)
    • 1989 NYSAFLT Directory
    • Student Exchange With The Federal Republic of Germany (Steffens)
    • Where Has All the Grammar Gone? One Teacher’s Observations On The Communicative Approach (Tallis)
    • Effective Testing With Computer Assistance (Tuttle)
  • November 1988
    • Planning Cooperative Learning Activities for the Foreign Language Classroom (Hiller)
    • Letters to the Editor
    • Foreign Language Week NYSAFLT Poster Contest Rules
    • An Art Project in the Foreign Language Classroom (Barnett)
    • “Barcelona – mes que mai” (Dickinson)
    • Foreing Languages and the Middle School Student (Maibaum)
    • How Good A Motivator for your Foreign Language Students Are You?
    • Junior Classical League Students Win Awards
    • U.S. Foreign Language Instruction: Assessing Needs and Creating An Action Plan
    • Learning for Life: Multimodality Encoding (D’Aiuto)
  • September 1988
    • “Languages for Communication” Actions and Reactions (Grijnsztein)
    • Culture Capsule from China: Naming Taboos (Chen)
    • That National Foreign Language Center, Institute of Advanced Studies Announced 1989-90 Research Fellowship Opportunities
    • 71st Annual Meeting Information
    • Language Is A Bridge Between Old and Young (Glassman)
    • Building Bridges, Not Walls (Jeffries & Taylor)
    • Editor’s Comments (Taylor)
  • March 1988
    • Testing in the Communicative Curriculum (Hartzell)
    • Letter to the Editor
    • Modifications in Rating Part 4 of Modern Foreign Language Regents Examinations Effective June 1988
    • Constitution
    • The Italy of Today: Reflecting on Some Changes (Taono)
    • Culture Capsule from China “Auspiciousness” and “Modesty” (Chen)
    • Issues in Curriculum, Instruction, and Evaluation – 1988 Colloquium Theme
  • January 1988
    • Success with the “New” Foreign Language Learner – Dream or Reality (Barnett)
    • Physical Response in the Classroom: Ham with the Cheese (Cramer)
    • Committee on Authentic Materials
    • The Montessori Environment as a Natural Setting For A Successful Immersion Experience: A Model For Foreign Language in the Elementary Classroom (Mazziotti)
    • 1998 NYSAFLT Directory
    • From the President (Benzin)
    • A Neglected Ally (Orwen)
    • Post-Secondary Faculty Data Base is Growing
  • November 1987
    • Continuing Collaboration for Success: Academic Alliances in Foreign Language and Literatures (Silber)
    • Foreign Language Series Carried By Public Television
    • Letter to the Editor
    • Nothing New Under the Sun (Donatelli)
    • Authentic Materials Revisited: Dealing with the Unknowns (López)
    • Culture Capsule from China: Ms Would Cause No Misunderstanding (Chen)
    • Culture Capsule from China: “Yes” or “No” (Chen)
    • La Nochebuena: A Class Rewriting project (Vitale)
    • Commercial Language in The College Classroom: Available Materials and Resources (Pereda)
    • Latin Teacher Shortage
    • The Importance of Studying Foreign Languages (Karsen)
    • Thoughts on the Current Scene (Orwen)
  • September 1987
    • A Brief Overview of L2 Reading Research Implications for the College Curriculum (Ballman)
    • Creating an Environment for Second Language Acquisition (Webb)
    • 70th Annual Meeting Workshops/Panels
    • Literary Aspects of the Russian School Language Program (Chabe)
    • Book Review (Rossi)
  • May 1987
    • Excellence in Teaching: How Teacher Training Institutions Can Help (Taylor)
    • The Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship for Foreign Language Teachers in the High Schools
    • FLEX: A Foreign Language Experience in Seaford (Hiller)
    • Culture Capsule from China: Sense of Privacy (Chen)
    • Annual Meeting Workshops/Panels
    • Literature and Cross-Cultural Communication (Karsen)
    • Catch the Wave – Immersion Day (Englert)
    • Summer Travel/Study Grant to Italy
    • Committee Member Sought
  • March 1987
    • Foreign Languages: The Future – Pike’s Peak or Bust! (Van Vliet)
    • Summer Travel/Study Grant to Italy
    • Commercial Spanish As An Integral Part of the Traditional Offerings of the Foreign Language Curriculum (Karsen)
    • Constitution
    • French Savoir-Faire (Kendris)
    • Do’s and Don’ts of the Successful Russian Program (Alston, Jr.)
    • Computer-Assisted Creative Writing Activities For The Foreign Language Classroom (Hiller)
    • The Cure for Being A Bore (Provenzale)
    • After Second Language Immersion – What? (Larew)
  • January 1987
    • A Proposed Plan for Secondary/Post Secondary Articulation (Taylor)
    • The Television Documentary As A Learning Aid In The Foreign Language Classroom (Greenberg)
    • Commercial Languages in the College Curriculum: Possible Directions (Torrance)
    • NYSAFLT Directory
    • From the President (DeNapoli)
    • Reflections on 1986 – Commitment (Sherburne)
    • Brazil: Past and Present (Karsen)
    • Editor’s Comments – On The Loss of A Friend (Webb)
    • Of Special Note (Webb)
    • Book Review (Nolfi)
  • November 1986
    • A NYSAFLT Tribute to Dr. Anthony Papalia
    • “The moving finger writes; and having write, moves on …” Anthony Papalia: The Researcher and Human Being (Schenider)
    • Effective Foreign Language Leadership Through Human Dynamics (Papalia & Copeland)
    • Teacher Education Takes New Shape (Papalia)
    • Techniques for Administering and Scoring An Oral Test in Foreign Languages (Papalia & Zelson)
    • The Effects of Grouping on Students’ Self-Concepts (Papalia)
    • Techniques for Developing Listening Comprehension (Papalia)
    • Promoting Real Competition in the Classroom (Papalia)
    • Avoid Malpractice: An Individual Differences Inventory (Papalia)
    • A Research Report on Motivating the Language Learner (Papalia)
    • Testing the Language Skills: Product, Process and Effort (Papalia)
    • Developing Communicative Skills in the Second-Language Classroom: A Preliminary Report (Papalia)
    • Teaching All Students: An Inventory of Teachers’ Classroom Strategies for Self-Analysis (Papalia)
    • Dimensions of a Learning Profile of Selected Foreign Language Students (Papalia)
    • Second Language Learning and the Brain: Learners’ Strategies and Pedagogical Implications (Papalia)
    • Colleagues Remember
    • A Letter to Tony Papalia (Zampogna)
  • September 1986
    • The Teacher in the Communicative Classroom (Jeffries)
    • Editor’s Comments (Webb)
    • To All NYSAFLT Members: A Special Request (Webb)
    • From The President (Sherburne)
    • Around South America in 60 Days (Karsen)
    • I Lost My Voice TWICE – What to do??? (Barnett)
    • A Guide to the NYSAFLT Annual Meeting – October 17-19, 1986
    • La Methodé Dynamique: Theory and Practice in the Primary Classroom (Loft)
    • The Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship for Foreign Language Teachers in the High Schools
    • Using the Microcomputer in Second Languages – A Questionnaire
  • May 1986
    • Authentic Materials in Second Language Instruction (López)
    • Constitution
    • From The President (Sherburne)
    • Spanish Heritage Award
    • In Spanish Composition Class – Write (Larew)
    • Puerto Rican Painting in New York: Its History, Institutions, and Major Exhibits from 1900 to 1980 (Wilson)
    • A Short Message to my Colleagues from A FLES Veteran (Barnett)
  • March 1986
    • Homework and Student Errors: How Do We Correct Them? (Graham)
    • Italian Summer Immersion
    • Empire State Scholarships and Fellowships for Teachers
    • A Perk for Italian Vocabulary (Orwen)
    • The Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship for Foreign Language Teachers in the High Schools
    • Argentina: The Return of Democracy (Treschan)
    • From the President (Sherburne)
    • New York State Assembly
    • A Summer in La Rochelle (Mc Clusky)
    • The Cockroach Conquers! (Baff)
    • The Development of Communicative Interaction In The Classroom (Cammarata)
    • Book Review (Tursi)
    • Student Travel Abroad Questionnaire
    • Immersion Programs/Activities Questionnaire
  • January 1986
    • The Early Second Language Experience: An Overview (Wallace)
    • Foreign Language for Younger Students and Foreign Language For All Students: A Perfect Marriage (Barnett)
    • Reflections on 1985 (Wood)
    • From The President (Sherburne)
    • College Language Students in the Elementary School Classroom (Alcorn)
    • A Synthesis on What Research Says on Early Second Language Learning (Papalia)
    • French Summer Institute
    • 1986 NYSAFLT Officers and Directors
    • Teaching Culture to the Middle School Child (Silverberg & Auerbach)
    • Italian Immersion Institute Planned At Nazareth College
    • NYSAFLT Co-Sponsor of 1986 German Summer Institute at SUNY Cortland
    • Books and Instructional Materials for Elementary Grades (Nolfi)
    • Multi-Cultural Incentive Projects (Smith)
    • News from the Early Foreing Language Experience Committee (Wallace)
    • Questionnaire – Elementary School Foreign Language Programs in New York State
  • November 1985
    • 1985 Sensation in the Book World: The Grimm Encyclopedic Dictionary in Paperback (Taylor)
    • NYSAFLT Co-Sponsor of 1986 German Institute At SUNY Cortland
    • The Teaching of Commercial Spanish on the College Level (Karsen)
    • From the President – Presidential Perspective (Wood)
    • Letters to the Editor
    • Book Review (Nolfi)
    • French Summer Immersion
    • The Intercultural Studies Program for Students in the Rochester School District (D’Aiuto)
    • The Romans: Their Language, Their Lives
    • What’s In A Language? (Finn & Davicino)
  • May 1985
    • Language for Everyone: A New York Frontier – A European Tradition (Schnitzler)
    • Promoting Language Proficiency Through Print Shop (Tuttle)
    • The Political Scene As Seen Through Literature: Miguel Angel Astorias, El Senor Presidente (Karsen)
    • French! A Foreign Language??? (Delson)
    • From the President (Wood)
    • Non-Traditional Methodology Introduces High School Teachers to FLES Methods (Larew)
    • Integrating the Arts in the Foreign Language Classroom (Symansky)
    • 1985 NYSAFLT Summer Workshop Skidmore College
    • The Joy of Traveling with Students (Volpe)
    • Book Review (Gersitz)
    • Questionnaire NYSAFLT Committee on the Classics Survey
  • March 1985
    • Interaction and Creativity in the Foreign Language Classroom (Talarico)
    • How To Develop the Less Commonly Taught Foreign Languages (Karsen)
    • From the President (Wood)
    • Editor’s Comments – The Language Mandate in Rural Schools (Webb)
    • Pardon the Error
    • Constitution
    • Conversos, Marranos, Chuetas: Relevance to Spanish Culture (Ash)
    • NYSAFLT/SED 18th Annual Colloquium
  • January 1985
    • A New Challenge: The Foreign Language Learner With Special Educational Needs (Barnett & Webb)
    • Editor’s Comments (Webb)
    • Teaching the Slower Student (McCabe)
    • Foreign Languages for the Learning Disabled: A Reading Teacher’s Perspective (Barnett)
    • Foreign Languages for Special Education Students: A Special Education Teacher Speaks (Miller)
    • From the President (Wood)
    • 1985 NYSAFLT Officers and Directors
    • Teaching All Students: An Inventory of Teachers’ Classroom Strategies for Self-Analysis (Papalia)
    • Concluding Remarks (McMahon & Underwood)
  • November 1984
    • Critical Reflections on the Use of Technology In The Foreign Language Classroom (Taylor)
    • Language and Politics (Nyquist)
    • Survival Exercises: Encouraging Communication In Spanish Three (Baff)
    • Editor’s Comments (Webb)
    • Completion of Project Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities
    • American Italian (Orwen)
    • From the President (Webber)
    • Honor Societies on the Two-Year College Level (Symansky)
    • Ecrivons Une Histoire (Rosler)
  • September 1984
    • Global Education in American History (McCabe)
    • Bringing Your Travel Experience into the Classroom (LeServiget)
    • Editor’s Comments (Webb)
    • A Guide to the NYSAFLT Annual Meeting, October 7-9, 1984
    • How Much Italian I Know (Orwen)
    • The Language Generation – Join Conference Between NYSAFLT and Ontario MLTA
    • Gifted and Talented in Foreign Language Learning: A Position Paper (Adams & Feindler)
  • May 1984
    • Taking the Next Step on the Regents’ Mandate for Language Study: An Agenda for Action (Papalia, Ludwig & Webber)
    • Book Review (Nolfi)
    • The Communicative Approach, Or What Are Functions, Notions, and Communicative Skills All About? (Stock)
    • Learn A New Language and Get A New Soul (Vander Heide)
    • The Need for Communication Among Language Specialists (Milgrim)
    • Attention Teachers of Latin!
    • Foreign Language in the Elementary School (McKeon & Lockwood)
    • Using Global Activities to Develop ESL Skills (Tuttle)
    • Some Observations on the Natural Approach to Second Language Acquisition (Palotta)
    • French Immersion Institute Is Planned for SUNYAB in 1984
    • Teaching Language Through Literature (Wilk)
    • New York State Education Department Invites Applications
  • March 1984
    • Integrating A Global Perspective and Second Language Study (Loew)
    • Report to the Membership on the Revised Action Plan to Improve Elementary and Secondary Education Results in New York (Webber)
    • Book Review (Nolfi)
    • Translation As the Art of Communication (Karsen)
    • Constitution
    • The Survival of the Sephardic Language and Culture (Ash)
    • Seniors Teaching French in Elementary School (Haigh)
    • Teaching Literature at the Junior High Level (Nolfi)
  • January 1984
    • How Clear Is Your Crystal Ball, or What’s the Future For the Foreign Language Plan? (Ferguson)
    • NYSAFLT Priority in an Interdependent World: Promoting a Basic Functional Proficiency in Language and Culture (Papalia)
    • Teaching All Students (Webb)
    • Tips for Traveling Teachers (Hume-Nigro)
    • 1984 Directory
    • The Use of Shortwave Radio in Foreign Language Education (Ash)
    • From The President (Webber)
    • Guidelines for Developing Communication Activities (Cramer)
    • Questionnaire: The Foreign Language Learner with Special Needs
    • NYSAFLT / NYSCSS / NYSSSA / SED 17th Annual Colloquium
  • November 1983
    • Foreign Languages and the World of Business (Bonaparte)
    • Technology and Foreign Language Education (DeNapoli & Lyons)
    • A Major Task Ahead: How To Obtain Funds for Curricular and Innovative Projects in Second Language Education (Papalia)
    • How Teachers Can Use Their Travel Slides for Teaching Culture in the Foreign Language Classroom (Ash)
    • Of Special Note (Webb)
    • World Interdependence – Global Questions (Tuttle)
    • Foreign Languages and International Understanding (Nolfi)
    • Breaking the Cultural Barrier (Luchsinger)
    • No Hay Mal Que Por Bien No Venga (Larew)
    • Foreign Language Assistance Act of 1983 (Moynihan)
    • Survey for Publication on the Classics in Global Education
  • September 1983
    • Language/Culture Priorities in an Interdependent World (Loew)
    • Statement on Study of Languages by the Great Lakes Colleges Association
    • Notes on the Translation of a Poem by Borges (D’Ambrosio)
    • Tentative Regents Goals for Elementary and Secondary Education: Languages for a Richer Tomorrow (Papalia)
    • Computer Literacy? Foreign Language Helps (Krajnik)
    • Alpha 8: The First Electronic Dictionary (Manne)
    • Guide to NYSAFLT’s 66th Annual Meeting (Wood)
    • Constitution and Bylaws Revision
    • A Practical Guide For Secondary School Programs
    • A Little Culture Please (Orwen)
    • NYSAFLT Film Now Available
    • Microcomputers: Panacea or Paranoia (Johnson)
    • Survey for Publication on the Classics in Global Education
  • May 1983
    • Building the Basic Skills through Foreign Language In The Elementary Schools (Flaitz)
    • A Review of the Regents’ Elementary-Secondary Education Goals for The Next Decade: Languages Essential to the Foundations of Education and Basic to the Schools’ Core Curriculum (Papalia)
    • Spanish Heritage Award for the Summer of 1984
    • Editor’s Comments (Webb)
    • Attention Teachers of Latin!
    • Cultural Cornerstone
    • Introduction in Foreign Language: A Course Designed For the Less-Able Learner (Tallis)
    • Education for a Global Perspective: Seriously Now! (Hume-Nigro)
    • The Chanson Quebecoise in the French Curriculum (Delson-Karan)
    • Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: A Citizen of the World Promoting World Literature (Taylor)
    • NYSAFLT Film Now Available
    • Foreign Language Computer Software: What? Where? How Good? (Harrison)
    • NYSAFLT Teacher Incentive Grants Available
  • March 1983
    • The Thematic-Cultural-Interdisciplinary Approach To Foreign Language Learning (Baer)
    • Editor’s Comments (Webb)
    • Update: France (Hume-Nigro)
    • NYSAFLT Film Now Available
    • Providing A Language Continuum In Schools: A Blueprint for Action (Papalia)
    • Announcing A New NYSAFLT Publication
    • A Remembrance of Things Past (Castellanos)
    • In Memoriam – Dr. Bernard M. Pohoryles
    • Remarks by Dr. Bernard Pohoryles Upon Accepting the Ruth E. Wasley Distinguished Teacher Award – October 12, 1981
    • The Art of Translation (Pohoryles)
    • Foreign Languages and Business (Hallick, Jr.)
    • Extra-Curricular Activities in the Foreign Language Program (Muller)
    • Notes from the SED (Dammer)
    • Is The Cart Before the Horse In Our Classrooms? (Gersitz)
  • January 1983
    • Keynote Remarks (Anderson)
    • The Regents’ Plan: Education For A Global Perspective – Actions, Reactions and Implications (Papalia)
    • Attitudes of Elementary School Students Toward Learning A Second Language: The Orchard Park Experience (Wallace)
    • Buenos Aires-Cosmópolis: Cultura Comunicada Con La Modernidad Europea (Marún)
    • Directory 1983
    • Education For A Global Perspective – A Plan For New York State – Draft (Papalia)
    • “We Need To Implement Language Programs From The Primary Grades Through High School” (Papalia)
    • NYSAFLT Film Available
    • What Research Says on Second-Language Learning (Papalia)
    • Translation and Interpreting: A Starting Point (Hallick, Jr.)
    • NYSAFLT Board of Directors Action Items
  • November 1982
    • The Effects of Criterion-Referenced Tests on Language Learning: A Humanistic Approach (Papalia)
    • What Children Teach Us About Teaching Languages (Klein)
    • The Arts and Foreign Language Education: A Revelation of Culture (Castellanos)
    • Interhostel – An International Learning Experience (Pohoryles)
    • Teacher Incentive Grant Committee Winner (Gentile & Morris)
    • On Understanding The Less-Able Learner (Barnett)
    • If You’ve Got A Good Thing Going (Shear)
    • The Use of the Short Story in a Foreign Language Class (Stambler)
    • In Memoriam – Remunda Cadoux (Weibezahl)
    • How To Expand Communication for Gifted and Advanced Students (Wilk)
    • Address By Dr. Adrienne Rogers to Alpha Chapter of Sigma Delta Mu, Spanish National Honor Society – Columbia-Greene Community College – April 23, 1982
    • A Global Perspective And The Second Language Teacher (Tuttle)
    • Language Teaching Via Drill and Entertainment (Symansky)
  • September 1982
    • Innovative Courses in the Business Schools (Bonaparte)
    • NYSAFLT Resolutions (Greenberg & Greenbaum)
    • Franglais in Reverse (Orwen)
    • Education For A Global Perspective: What Is It? How Do We Assure It? (Castellanos)
    • Proposed Amendments to the Constitution and By-Laws
    • Background
    • The Importance of Foreign Languages in an Interdependent World (Karsen)
    • A Note from the NYSAFLT Committee on Integrating the Arts in the Foreign Language Classroom
  • May 1982
    • Teaching French for Business: An Eight-Year Experiment (LeGoff)
    • Report of the Standing Committee on the Less-Able Student in Foreign Language Learning
    • Central America’s Dilemma: A Global Perspective (Castellanos)
    • Exploiting the “Hispanic” Westchester (Thorsen)
    • Do They Really Live Like That? (Anderson)
    • JNCL/CLOIS Oppose All Cuts to Education
    • Teaching English As A Second Language Abroad Is An Adventure (Larew)
  • March 1982
    • Innovative Teaching (Szogyi)
    • A Foreign Language Promotion Close-Up? Start With The Screen (Castellanos)
    • Deutsche Wellen Am Keuka See (Scioli)
    • Languages For Everyone: Are We Ready? (Jarvis)
    • NYSAFLT/SED 15th Annual Colloquium (Papalia)
    • Do They Really Live Like That? (Anderson)
  • January 1982
    • Language For Everyone: Are We Ready? (Jarvis)
    • Tomorrow’s Needs Today: Exploring In-Service Opportunities (Arnold et al.)
    • Multilingual Constituents and Legislators: A Visionary Alliance (Castellanos)
    • In Retrospect: NYSAFLT – 1981 (Lyons)
  • November 1981
    • NYSAFLT Honors 200th Anniversary of the Board of Regents
    • A Research Report on Motivating the Language Learner (Papalia)
    • Re-Establishing The Keystone of Communications: Language (Lyons)
    • A Two Decade Assessment of Foreign Language Methods (Wilkens)
    • Foreign Language Conversation Courses (Young)
    • Utilizing Films in the Teaching of Foreign Languages (Howland)
    • The Place of Foreign Language in The College Curriculum (Morris/Holdman)
    • Foreign Languages and Their Role in America’s International Preeminence (Rotta)
    • “Independent Study Coordinator” – Proposed for Gifted FL Students (Feindler)
    • Special Survey of Part IV (Writing) in June 1981 Modern FL Regents Examination (Damner)
    • Revive Teacher-Training Programs (Larew)
  • September 1981
    • Language At The Crossroads (Orwen)
    • The Reagan Administration’s Challenge to Bilingual Education (Vesce)
    • President’s Corner Countdown to 1984
    • Board of Directors Actions (Lyons)
    • Guide to the NYSAFLT Annual Meeting
    • Preparing For A Better Tomorrow (Sweet)
    • Summary of Remarks Made at the NYSAFLT-SED Colloquium (Abramowitz)
    • The Role of Foreign Languages in Today’s Business World (Coords)
  • May 1981
    • Computers in the Modern Language Classroom (Tuttle)
    • Teacher vs. Student vs. Teacher Pro Student (Cramer)
    • Implementing International Education Programs in New York State (Symansky)
    • What Ever Happened to the Joy of Foreign Language Learning (Feindler)
    • An Open Letter to the Profession from ACTFL
    • Are We Ready for Utopia? (Lyons)
    • New Approaches: How to Conduct A Foreign Language Fair (Butera)
    • New Curricula: College Curricul in Light of the President’s Commission Report (Sullivan)
    • Testing the Language Skills: Product, Process and Effort (Papalia)
    • New York State: An International Center for Foreign Language Education and International Studies (Morris)
    • Why Go To College? (Pohoryles)
  • March 1981
    • Foreign Language Self-Instruction and N.A.S.I.L.P. (Means)
    • A Report on Self-Instructional Programs in NYS ’79-’80 (Karsen)
    • Classical Language Education and the Goals of the President’s Commission (Lawall)
    • Notes on a Napkin (Sweet)
    • President’s Corner (Lyons)
    • June 1981 Modern Language Regents Examination (Dammer)
    • CAES News
    • Global Education: A Basic Need (Wilk)
    • Using Tapes and Cassettes (Giblin)
    • AIFS Award Winner
  • January 1981
    • Unity in Diversity: Some Views From A Prodigal Son (Hancock)
    • The “Group Composition” (Van Der Heide)
    • President’s Corner (Sweet)
    • Once Again The Gauntlet Has Been Flung (Lyons)
    • Statement From Legislation Committee (Rudman)
  • November 1980
    • Once Again: Strategies for Activating the Language Class (Taylor)
    • A Research Report on Motivating the Language Learner (Papalia)
    • Language Acquisition and Cognitive and Creative Skills (Rotta)
    • The Place of Foreign Languages In The College Curriculum (Starcevic)
    • The President’s Corner (Sweet)
    • Recommendations Concerning President’s Commission Report (Eppolito)
    • Careers in Foreign Languages (Pohoryles)
    • Learn A Foreign Language? Sure It Is Important (Garcerán)
    • A Christmas Celebration (Loewer)
    • Peace Corps Partnership (Lascurettes)
    • Basic Education/Basic Skills – NYSCEA Rationale (Ludwig)
    • Institute on Contemporary French Culture and Civilization (Waldinger & Sourian)
  • November 1980
    • A New American Perspective (Chodos)
    • The President’s Corner – A Seismic Situation
    • Report from the Legislative Committee (Greenburg)
    • The Place of Modern Foreign Languages in the College Curriculum (Rogers)
    • Board Actions (Sweet)
    • Report on NYSCEA Leadership Meeting May 8-9, 1980 (Greenburg)
    • Talent Inventory
  • September 1980
    • A New American Perspective (Chodos)
    • The President’s Corner – A Seismic Situation
    • Report from the Legislative Comittee (Greenberg)
    • The Place of Modern Foreign Languages in the College Curriculum (Rogers)
    • “What Students Don’t Know When You Get Them” (Wilkens)
    • Board Actions (Sweet)
    • Report on NYSCEA Leadership Meeting May 8-9, 1980 (Greenburg)
    • NYSCEA’s Position Paper on “Teaching As A Profession”
    • Talent Inventory
  • May 1980
    • Foreign Language in the College Curriculum (Fulvi)
    • Articulation: The Why and the How (Morris)
    • Two Receive Mini-Grants (Taylor & Tursi)
    • Foreign Languages: Focus on the Basics (Sweet)
    • State Council on Languages (Sherburne)
    • Multi-Cultural Education
    • There Are Jobs For Our Students
    • The President’s Corner
    • Report From The Legislative Committee (Greenburg & Rudman)
    • Bilingual-TESOL Certification (Ludwig)
    • A Call For Action (Sweet)
    • Remarks (Perkins)
    • Culture in the College Curriculum (Karsen)
    • Spanish Heritage Offers Travel And/Or Study Award to Deserving NYSAFLT Teacher of Spanish
    • A.I.F.S. Offers French Award to Outstanding Teacher
    • 1980 NYSAFLT Annual Meeting – Facing Realities: An Interdependent World (Castellanos)
    • Learning Styles and Strategies
    • Are The Flashcards On The Shelf?
  • March 1980
    •  International High Schools: Their Time Has Come (Starr)
    • The Role of Foreign Cultures in Global Education (Tuttle)
    • Learning Through Survival: A Project (Travers)
    • NYSAFLT Public Awareness Campaign
    • The President’s Corner – Let’s Work Together To Make The 80’s The Decade of Languages For All (Sweet)
    • Integrating the Arts into Education: A Progress Report (Ludwig)
    • Recipes for Teaching Vocabulary: A Report (Bailey & Caoba)
    • To What Extent Does Accented French Speech Affect Ratings of Student Pronunciation By Selected High School Teachers of French (Coderre)
  • January 1980
    • A Report to the President From the President’s Commission on Foreign Language and International Studies (Perkins)
    • Report of the 1979 President (Sherburne)
    • The President’s Corner – Won’t You Pour? (Sweet)
    • Developing A Multi-Dimensional Learning Environment in a Second Language Classroom (Papalia)
    • Project Lineal – It Works For us! (Brewer)
  • November 1979
    • Report on the Presidential Commission
    • The President’s Corner (Sherburne)
    • School for International Studies Program (SIS) (Salmon)
    • Content Area Reading Education and Foreign Language Instruction: Reading Readiness (Eppolito)
    • Evaluating Foreign Language Textbooks (Nolfi)
    • Second Language Learning: An Oral Composition Cycle and Some Techniques
    • Results of the Survey on Second Language Teachers’ Involvement With the Teaching of Reading (Hancock & Loew)
    • The Language and Cultural Connections on Spaceship Earth (Papalia)
    • El Día de los Muertos (Phillips & Bailey)
  • September 1979
    •  If U.S. Wants to Keep Up With the World … We Need To Foreign Languages (Shanker)
    • A Report on Language Learning – Brain Development and Implications for Language Learning (Papalia)
    • School of International Studies
    • The President’s Corner (Sherburne)
    • Promoting Foreign Language: Beyond the 70’s (Baslaw)
    • The School of International Studies: Interdisciplinary Education at the High Schoo Level (Salmon)
  • May 1979
    • Integrating Culture into the Foreign Language Class (De Costa)
    • Techniques for Promoting Creative Writing in the Advanced Foreign Language Classroom (Hume-Nigro)
    • AIFS Offers Marcella DeMuth Award to NYSAFLT Teacher of French
    • 1979 NYSAFLT Annual Meeting News (Lyons)
    • The President’s Corner (Sherburne)
    • An Analysis of the Current Goals and Objectives of Foreign Language Education (Eppolito)
    • Learning Strategies: Questions Looking for Questioners (Hosenfeld)
    • French Culture Institute Project (Saunders)
  • March 1979
    • Parlaying Language Into A Career Aid (Porter)
    • Deutsche Wellen am Keukasee: A German Total Immersion Program (Manne)
    • Push Early Study of Foreign Languages, Panel is Urged (Scully)
    • Articulation Among Disciplines: Concord Workshop A Success!
    • Peer Teaching: How and Why? (Hartin)
    • Evaluating Group Work (Tuttle)
    • Why Attend A Conference? (Barnett)
    • Total Immersion: “A Weekend Gastronomique” (Clark & Bugh)
    • A Survey of Foreign Language Experts Concerning Their Views on the Foreign Language Requirement in Higher Education (Klayman)
    • Research Notes
    • How The FL Teaches Interacts in the Classroom: A Self-Profile
    • Teachers of German Participate in Berlin Seminar (Taylor)
  • January 1979 (Incomplete)
    • New York: The Multilingual State (Ambach)
  • November 1978
    • Students’ “Mini-Theories” of Second-Language Learning (Hosenfeld)
    • Middle School – Junior High – High School Student Affiliates
    • ERIC FL Accessions
    • The President’s Corner (DeMuth)
    • NYSAFLT Regions and James E. Allen Coordinators
    • Research Notes
    • Foreign Language Graduates Can Enter The Business World If… (Larew)
    • Extra-Curricular Activities for Foreign Language Students (Sherburne)
    • Inventory on Teaching Styles: A Self-Profile For Self-Analysis (Papalia)
    • Survey of FL Teaching Funded
    • Teaching Outside One’s Subject Area – Morality, Money and the Sticky Seniority System (Goldfarb)
    • On Individualized Learning Techniques (Wilkens)
    • Le Volleyball (Remaley)
    • President Carter Appoints Commission on Foreign Language and International Studies
  • September 1978
    • Culture: The “In” Thing: Summation of the 11th Annual Colloquium (DeNapoli & Levy)
    • The President’s Corner
    • Culture and More Through Stamps (Merola & Beckwith)
    • Increasing Foreign Language Students’ English Vocabulary (Tuttle)
    • Interest and Support Are “Out There” (Vander Heide)
    • A Survey of Successful Techniques Used To Promote Communicative Competence (Papalia)
    • Research Notes
    • How Do You Incorporate Cultural References (Combopiano)
  • March 1978
    • Expanding Romance Vocabularies (Orwen)
    • Toward Humanizing Education
    • A Message From The Commissioner of Education
    • The President’s Corner (DeMuth)
    • Public Education: Long May It Live (Ludwig)
    • A Book Review (Castellanos)
    • Suggested Guidelines For Foreign Language Teacher Preparation Programs (Hancock, Baslaw, Ludwig, Mistretta, Papalia, Spencer, Tursi & Zampogna)
    • Putting The Pieces Together: A Useful Framework to Guide Foreign Language Instruction (Papalia)
    • When Can I Stop Feeling Guilty (Mirsky)
    • Eleventh Annual Colloquium
    • News from ACTFL
  • January 1978
    • Foreign Languages in the United States — A Look Into The Future (Elling)
    • How To Survive in Spite of Tight Budgets, Increasing Pressures and Kaleidoscopic Board Members (Phillips)
    • Teaching Grammar: A Communicative View (Hosenfeld)
    • The Value of Foreign Language Study: Students Know It! (Taylor)
    • The President’s Corner (DeMuth)
    • Robert J. Ludwig Is Recipient of the Florence Steiner Award
    • Chairpersons and Coordinators List
    • Amendments to the Constitution and Bylaws
    • The 1977 President’s Report (Seagrave)
    • Helene Z. Loew Elected to Executive Council of ACTFL
    • “Together We Did Reach Out”
    • Meeting The Challenge of the Multi-Level Class (Levy)
    • Initiating and Carrying Out Small Group Learning in the Foreign Language Classroom (Papalia)
  • September 1977
    • Helsinki Monitors Urge Better U.S. Effort on Foreign Language Studies
    • Starting Young
    • Au Dehors (Shugarts)
    • The President’s Corner (Seagrave)
    • NYSAFLT Professional Calendar
    • CAES 14th Annual Institute 1977
    • Update on Noteworthy Innovative Second Language Programs in New York State
    • A Guide To The NYSAFLT 1977 Annual Meeting
    • Secondary School Educators’ Reactions to the Foreign Language Requirement in Colleges and Universities (Klaymann)
    • Swap Shop (Roberta)
    • Issues in Supervisory Roles: A Survey (Loew)
    • A Quality Foreign Language Program: Rational and Characteristics (Born, Dammer, Ludwig & Sherburne)
    • Quo Vadis? or Directions in Foreign Language Instruction (Papalia)
    • Humdrum – Beater (Goldstein)
    • Let’s Not Underestimate our Influence Beyond The Linguistic Skills (Silvermann)
    • Florence Steiner Award For Leadership in FL Education
    • Poetry in the Language Classroom
    • How Visible Is The Foreign Language Teacher in Your School (Killea)
    • Proposed Amendments to the Constitution and Bylaws
  • May 1977
    • National Foreign Language Week (Carter)
    • CAES News
    • The President’s Corner (Seagrave)
    • Outstanding Teacher Chosen
    • NYSAFLT Teacher Recognition Awards
    • “Getting It On” With The Less-Able Student (Bantle & Sherburne)
    • Mini Courses in Latin (Tress)
    • Foreign Language Consciousness and the Job Market: A Program of Action for High School and College Teachers (Cramer)
    • Clip and Use (Majewicz)
    • Goethe House at SUNY Cortland (Taylor)
    • Teachers – People Who Need People (Hancock)
    • Reaching Out: Caring, Coping, Creating
    • Implementation of the Thematic-Cultural-Interdisciplinary Approach to Foreign Language Learning (Baer)
    • Avoid Malpractice: An Individual Differences Inventory (Papalia)
    • Swap Shop (Roberta)
    • Education Is A Societal Priority (Ludwig)
    • A Successful Language Club (Maloney)
    • Is Bilingualism For Everyone (Wigder)
    • Let’s Grab Them and Hold Them (Wilkens)
    • The Teacher as Entertainer (Goldfarb)
    • Get to Know the Cultures of Meso-America Through Independent Study (Short)
  • March 1977
    • “A Success Story” – “Person to Person (Killelea)
    • Immersion Training Program
    • The President’s Corner (Seagrave)
    • A Model for Adapting Instruction to Individual Differences (Papalia)
    • Steele Decision Has Far-Reaching Effects
    • Educational Baggage (Bottigheimer)
    • People Who Need People: Foreign Language Teachers
    • Constitution of NYSAFLT
    • Did You Know That … ?
    • College Seminar to be Held At Rockland Community College
    • The Year After (King)
    • A Report From The Committee on Legislation: NYASFLT – Legislative and Political Activist (Blake)
    • “Art” Is Happening at North Rose-Wolcott High School (Conklin)
  • January 1977
    • Joan of Arc and the Less-Able Foreign Language Learner (Popper)
    • Languages in Russia
    • German Programs
    • The Why and Wherefore of a Foreign Language Day (Wood)
    • Membership Report (Dick & Rossin)
    • Swap Shop (Roberta)
    • Innovative FL Programs in New York State (Loew)
    • What to Do With the Silent FL Student (Wilkens)
    • If Your Students Like To Eat And You Don’t Mind Being The PX … This is For You! (Esrich & Gallanda)
    • NYSCEA President Ludwig Sounds Warning (Ludwig)
    • Plan To Attend The Northeast Conference
    • Recapture the Richness of Culture Through Voices From The Past (McBride)
    • Attitudes Toward the Degree of Doctor of Arts in New York State (Schneider)
    • Fifth International Conference
    • Learning Modalities Inventory: A Self-Assessment (Papalia & Zampogna)
    • “Situations” for FL Teaching (Gonzalez)
    • A Need for Statistical Surveys of Foreign Language Study (Vesce)
    • Interested in International Visitors?
    • NYSAFLT Regions and Directors
    • ACTFL Materials Center
  • November 1976
    • Success With The Less-Able Foreign Language Learner (Popper)
    • A Treasure Chest of Free Three-Dimensional Visual Aids (or) Let’s Recycle Our Children’s Old Toys (Garman)
    • Promoting Real Communication in the Classroom (Papalia)
    • Proliferating Polyglots
    • Learning Learning From The Simple To The Complex (Giuliano)
    • Foreign Languages and Guidance (Weiss)
    • Articulating Music With Foreign Language Study (Chazanoff)
    • Articulating Home Economics with Foreign Language: A Team Approach In Developing Culture (Stewart)
    • Adding The Total Immersion Dimension: A Case for Extra-Curricular Programs (Thayer)
    • CAES Scholarship Award
    • NYSAFLT Member Forms Veterans Caucus
    • New Journal
    • A Source of Information For Advances Placement in Spanish
    • Council on International Educational Exchange
    • Developing Language Proficiency (Zelson)
  • September 1976
    • Revision of the Modern FL Syllabus: Towards A Student-Centered Curriculum in N.Y. State (Dammer)
    • One Component of Professionalism (Born)
    • Everything You’ve Always Wanted To Know About Organizing A Foreign Language Festival — But Were Afraid To Ask (Feindler)
    • Latin As A Modern Language
    • An Integrative Model for Teaching Culture (Papalia & Herold)
    • A Preview of The Annual Conference – No One Way
    • The French Are Coming! (Connors)
    • Swap Shop
    • We Can’t Let Up A Minute (Lehman)
    • Spanish For Travelers (Schneider)
    • Goethe House Reaches Out (Manne)
    • The “It” Spelling Game
    • In Memorium – Dr. Paul Pimsleur
    • Les Portes (Shugarts)
    • ACTFL Annual Meeting
    • Testing?
  • May 1976
    • Sensible Foreign Language Regents Review – If, When, How? (Loew)
    • Simulation Works in The Spanish Class (Mandelson)
    • The President’s Corner (Born)
    • Sight and Sound In Foreign Correspondence: A New Approach (Remaley)
    • Developing Writing Skills (Papalia)
    • Leave The Teaching of Literature To The College — Teach Reading! (Larew)
    • Selected Recent ERIC Accessions
    • Linguistics Summer Institute
    • Flannel Is Not Just For PJs (Freilich)
    • Poems about Love, Life and Language (Vecchio)
  • March 1976
    • Foreign Languages and Reading (Barnett)
    • Institute of Transportation, Travel and Tourism Expresses Need For Knowing Other Languages (Porrath)
    • Get Involved!
    • NYSAFLT Bicentennial Poster Contest
    • Activities For Developing Reading Comprehension (Papalia)
    • Cooperation and Communication: Channels for Success
    • Need A Job? Contact Your Local Representative
    • News from The Bilingual Front
    • Be A Participant in the 1976 Annual Meeting — Get Involved
    • Teaching for Communication (Savignon)
    • Selected Recent ERIC Accessions
    • Weekend Live-Ins
    • Conference On The Teaching of Foreign Languages
  • January 1976
    • “The Was That Is” … or President’s Report On NYSAFLT Activities and Accomplishments, 1974-75
    • Slipup
    • Teaching and Learning for Communication (Valette)
    • A Parent Relations Event
    • Get Involved! A Report From the Mid-Hudson Regional Conference
    • CAES Holds Annual Conference
    • Learning Materials Bank
    • Call on NYSAFLT For Assistance
    • Techniques For Promoting Conversation in the Foreign Language Classroom (Papalia)
    • Results of a Survey To Determine The Status of Foreign Language Education At The College Level (Orofino & Simmonds)
    • Does The Bi-Centennial Celebration Belong In The Foreign Language Classroom? (Lyons)
    • From The Committee on the Less-Able Students: Fairy Tales For The Practical Language Class (Murphy)
    • Resources for Foreign Language Teachers (Loew)
    • Minutes of the 58th Annual Business Meeting (Whalen)
    • Try Self-Instruction (Loew)
  • November 1975
    • Elimination of the Culture Section From The Regents Examinations in Modern Foreign Languages
    • The Teaching of Hebrew Culture (Bendavid)
    • Techniques for Developing Listening Comprehension (Papalia)
    • Did You Know That…?
    • In Memoriam – Ferdinand DiBartlolo
    • A Rationale For The Elimination of the Cultural Section From The Regents Examinations in Modern Foreign Languages (Dammer)
    • “Opening Night” for the Foreign Language Department (Burrelli)
    • Teaching German Culture for the Bicentennial (Loew)
    • Oktoberfest: A FL Teacher’s Dream (Volpe)
    • Survey of Foreign Language Chairpersons and Supervisors in New York State (Demuth)
    • Preparing Educators For Bilingual Education: Needs and a Response (Light)
    • Affirmative Answers To These Questions Indicate Excellent Latin Programs
    • A Successful Idea For Foreign Language Week (Monkiewicz)
    • Inter-Language Competition Creates Enthusiasm For Language Learning (Conklin & Murphy)
  • September 1975
    • Language For Life – Language For Living – A Preview of the 1975 Annual Meeting
    • New Professional Journalism
    • A Preview of the 1975 Annual Meeting
    • Most Widely Spoken Languages
    • Effective Articulation
    • Rationales For Foreign Language Study (Baslaw)
    • The Teaching of Language and Literature (Elling)
    • Wanted: A Specialist in Spanish and Italian or Latin and Italian For the State Bureau of Foreign Languages Education
    • The Role of Foreign Language Teachers in Career Education (Dammer)
    • Western New York Regional Conference Slated November 15
    • An Inventory of Motivational Techniques (Papalia)
    • Criterion vs. Norm-referenced Testing (Pimsleur)
  • May 1975
    • What Does Your Classroom Reflect?
    • $$ Practicality $$
    • The Action Corner – “Don’t Talk About It, Do It!” (Cincinnato)
    • Foreign Languages in Careers (Jaffa)
    • Metric Education
    • The Effects of Grouping on Students’ Self-Concepts (Papalia)
    • Foreign Languages and The American Bicentennial
    • Supervising in A Sea of Permissiveness (Balancewheel)
    • Prison Spanish? (Vander Heide)
    • Pen Pals and Tape Pals
    • Monotony Breakers
    • Never a Borrower Nor a Lender Be??
    • Appraisal of Courses
  • March 1975
    • The Language Classroom, A Cultural Island: What Can Language Clubs Do To Create and Maintain It? (Garceran)
    • Special Thanks
    • How The Dollar Got It’s Name
    • Set your Sights on NYSAFLT Activities
      • Eighth Annual Colloquium – Where Do We Go From Here?
      • Summer Workshop – The Five W’s of Reading
      • Language Live-In
    • The Use of Community Resources in a Foreign Language Program (Loew)
    • Annual Meeting Planning Underway
    • How to be Successful With The Less-Able Student (Dalis)
    • There Are Jobs For Our Students (Huebener)
    • Accountability
    • Rationale for FL Requirement (Smith)
    • A Foreign Language Teacher’s Credo
    • Helping Guidance Counselors See The Value of Foreign Languages (Harvey)
    • NYSAFLT Publications
    • New Films Available
    • Peace Corps Needs Skills in French
    • Technique Aids with Culture Comprehension (Kalivoda)
  • January 1975
    • Recipients of Association Awards
    • ESL Mandates
    • Membership Report
    • Minutes of the 57th Annual Business Meeting
    • New Officers and Directors Announced
    • Committee Chairpersons Named
    • Association Regions Established
    • To Be Read Aloud To Spanish Classes
    • Institute for “Plattdeutsch” Established
    • Free Film on the Renaissance
    • An Overview of the Fourth International Conference
    • Resolutions Approved
    • Robert Ludwig Named NYS Teacher of the Year
    • Morning Short-Wave Broadcast in German
    • The President’s Corner (Cincinnato)
    • Northeast Conference Scheduled
    • Teaching Foreign Language To All Students
      • Wine Anyone (Silverman)
      • Language Games (Conklin & Murphy)
      • Have You Tried … ? (Potter)
      • FL: How and Why? (Robichard)
    • Just Who Is the Less-Able Foreign Language Student (Marino Jr.)
    • Tips to Foreign Language Chairpersons and Supervisors
    • Teaching Police Spanish: A Partial Answer to a Decreasing Enrollment (Rodriguez)
    • Learning Language in a Hurry (Geng)
    • Foreign Languages ad the Metric System (Loew & Blanchet)
    • Center for Translation and Intercultural Communication
    • ERIC/CLL
    • Foreign Information Source Guide
  • September 1974
    • A Preview of the 1974 Annual Meeting
    • Proposed Amendments to the Constitution and By-Laws
    • Vote to Be Taken on Abolition of FL Regents
    • An Open Letter to the Membership (Lipton)
    • Annual CAES Conference Scheduled
    • Teaching Foreign Language to All Students – Exdos ’73 (Murphy & Conklin)
    • FL Study Featured in SED Journal
    • The Name of the Game is Learning German: Games in the Curriculum (Lindahl)
    • Want to Increase Enrollments, Interest and Awareness in French?
    • High Schools Can Score Language Tests Locally
    • Quotable Quotes on the Value of Language Study
    • Publish in Your Parish: Getting in the Local Newspaper
    • Free ERIC Documents
    • Free or Inexpensive
    • French for Fun (Prawer)
    • Bilingual/Bicultural College
    • FL Requirements at Verrazzano College
    • Sooner or Later
    • Rockland County FL Fair
    • We Perform Wonders
    • Come Again?
    • Linguists’ Lament
  • November 1974
    • This Was The Year That Was … Or President’s Report of NYSAFLT Activities and Accomplishments, 1973-74
    • Student-Prepared Materials for Instructional Purposes (Becker & Powell)
    • NEA Resolutions “Must” Reading for Teachers and Administrators
    • IBM and Foreign Language Study
    • US Number 5
    • Characteristics of Successful Language Programs (Papalia)
    • Private Universities in Germany?
    • ESL?
    • Work Experience for Bilingual HS Students (O’Neill)
    • Die glucklichen Fliegen – Die Glucklichen fliegen
    • Trends in Job Openings for Foreign Language Graduates
    • Film Series Still Available
    • UN University
    • Student Initiative: Key to Motivation and Meaningful Practice (Jarvis)
    • Israelis Don’t Speak Good, He Says (Wertheimer)
    • OAS Expands Radio Programs
    • She Translates Languages into Business Profits (McGowen)
    • Alternatives in College Foreign Language Programs (Karsen)
    • Techniques for Intercultural Communication
    • Forum for “Artes Latinae”
    • A Preliminary Look at Potential Job Alternatives for Bilingual Students and Students of Foreign Languages: A Career Education Concept (Walser)
    • Latin is Coming Back, At Least in Albany
    • Spanish Language Stations Thriving (Buck)
    • Teacher Competencies Outlined
    • Language Gap Cited in Government Report
  • March/April 1974
    • Committee on Foreign Languages in Careers
    • Spanish Teacher’s Guide To NYC
    • Metrics: Just Around The Corner
    • The Membership Corner
    • An Open Letter to the Membership (Lipton)
    • How To Take A Group To Spain (Galas)
    • The Effects of Behavioral Objectives on Learning Foreign Languages (Papalia)
    • Preserving Foreign Language Resources
    • The Reader Speaks Up – Don’t Be Afraid To Ask (Nussenbaum)
    • Two Years of Latin in Ten Difficult Week-Long Lessons (Jenkins)
    • German Students in U.S.
    • Coping With Leadership (Sherburne)
    • Consumers’ Report (de Galante)
    • Computer Study of Spoken French
    • Talent Inventory
    • Teaching Foreign Language to All Students, An Experiment in Spanish with Less-Able Students (Campbell)
    • Teaching the “Slow” Learner in the FL Class (Handelman)
  • February 1974
    • Report of the Buffalo Regional Meeting (Seagrave)
    • A Travel Tip
    • 1974 Northeast Conference
    • FL Periodicals Studied
    • 1974 Central States Conference on FL Teaching
    • A School Model for Foreign Children
    • An Open Letter to the Membership (Lipton)
    • PR in Action (Hemkes)
    • The Membership Corner
    • Cazenovia Copes (Read)
    • One Credit University FL Courses
    • FL Services of the State Education Department
    • Pardon Us – Your Slips Are Showing
    • Bilingual Education Series Regains Federal Backing (Wentworth)
    • Language Weekend Planned
    • What About Foreign Languages?
    • Teaching Foreign Language To All Students
    • Let’s Make A Deal (Howard)
    • Classroom Simulations (Mandelson)
    • French for Fun – An Innovative Course (Popper)
    • Teaching Through Pictures (Schlessinger)
    • Language Study As A Stimulus (Kaufman)
    • Inside the Lycée (Marchionni)
    • No Better Performances in Selective School Systems
  • November 1973
    • Recipients of Association Awards
    • The President’s Annual Report, October 1972-October 1973 (Tursi)
    • Good Morning America, How Are You?
    • Minutes of the 56th Annual Business Meeting (Rossin)
    • New Officers and Directors Announced
    • Resolutions Approved
    • An Open Letter to the Membership (Lipton)
    • NJ Hires Berlitz to Teach Employees
    • Mazel Tov! (Berr)
    • New Center of Italian-American Studies
    • Translation in the Sciences (Fischbach)
    • Germans Translate Most
    • Individualized Instruction and Independent Study (Baer)
    • Spanish Speaking Population in the U.S.
    • Testing the Ability to Communicate (Poulin)
    • Teacher Attitude and Individualization (Elling)
    • Every Third German Speaks Two Languages
    • Words By An Interpreter (Roesch)
    • Ministers Favor Grammatical Simplification
  • September 1973
    • Certification and Evaluation of College and University FL Teachers
    • The President’s Corner – And in Conclusion
    • West German FL Research Center Established
    • Farley Flight Day (Sweet)
    • McDonald’s in Paris
    • Hope in Bilingual Education (Rothmyer & Zimmerman)
    • An Open Letter To The Membership (Lipton)
    • Survey of Innovative Programs Available
    • First Correspondence Course For Foreign Teachers
    • Court Translators Proposed
    • Play Charades
    • Teaching Metrics
    • 1972 College FL Enrollments
    • Techniques for Administering and Scoring An Oral Test in Foreign Languages (Papalia)
    • Use the Telephone!
    • Changes at Middlebury
    • Language Brigade Helps (Levin)
    • Lessons from the Teacher Surplus (Bush)
    • Can Russian Survive in a Changing Secondary School Curriculum? (Ziegler)
    • Russian Summer Camp
    • It’s What you Know That Counts (Olick)
    • The UN English Translation Section
    • Bilingual Educational TV
    • Number Practice Brings Results
    • French Bilingual Schools for Haitians (Brewe)
    • Does Anyone Here Speak French? (Venon & Wolcott)
    • Course on Italian-Americans at SUCNY, Buffalo
  • May 1973
    • A Preview of the 1973 Annual Meeting
    • Unique Polish Program in Wisconsin
    • The Reader Speaks Up – Individualization: Better Education
    • Foreign Languages and the Understanding of Other Cultures (Nyquist)
    • Contact Between Young Germans and Young Americans
    • The Married Woman as Foreign Language Teacher (Feindler)
    • The President’s Corner – A Progress Report (Tursi)
    • Collegians’ Rating Said to Help Teaching (Olick)
    • A Simplified Alphabet for French
    • Can Mom Learn New Tricks in the Classroom Today?, or How One Teacher Responded to the New Russian Challenge (McIntyre)
    • Business Administration Master’s in International Management
    • Effective Foreign Language Leadership Through Human Dynamics (Copeland)
    • Bibliography of Hispanic Paperbacks
    • Attention Sufferers of Faltering Foreign Language Figures
    • Learn a Language At The Trade Center
    • A Foreign Language Proclamation
    • My Sabbatical Semester in France (Côté)
    • Congratulations!
    • Is Their School Like Ours (Short)
    • ACT for ACTFL – 1973-1974 Membership Contest
    • Learning German Grammar Can Be Fun (Muller)
    • The Tale of the Rolling Stone – or What Goes Up Must Come Down (Paquette)
    • Ici On Parle Espagnol
    • FL Activities at Hostos Community College
    • Teaching English in Germany
  • March 1973
    • COPING: The 1973 NYSAFLT Colloquium
    • CAES Summer Workshop Slated
    • A Report on Membership
    • Careers and Foreign Languages
    • Mini-Courses in Translation (Boring)
    • Bilingual University Founded
    • The Foreign Language Teacher: Change Agent or Status Quo-Tician? (Copeland)
    • Gov. Reagan on FL Study
    • 1973 NYSAFLT Summer Workshop
    • Foreign Radio Stations for Real Language – Where and When (Smith, Jr.)
    • “Guten Tag”, Phase Two (Dill)
    • NYSAFLT’s New Committee on Individualized Instruction
    • Polyglot Language Class
    • End of A Long Road
    • Bilingual Program Benefits Pupils and Their Teachers
    • A High School Middle East Studies Program
    • “In Hoc Signo Vinces”
    • The Rewards of a Teacher (Young)
    • Stewardesses Wanted
    • Japan Foundation Established
    • Die Feder Meiner Tante
    • More Teacher from the USA for Hamburg
    • Short of Language Teachers in England
    • Teaching Postwar Germany
    • The President’s Corner – NYSAFLT – A Total-Professional Organization
    • The Reader Speaks Up – Why Do We Turns Students Off? (Lustgarten)
    • Sign Language
    • The Music of France
    • 1972 Higher Ed FL Enrollment Survey – Preliminary Results
    • Trimm Dich!
    • Job Information Survey
    • “Nous Sommes Deux”
    • European Studies in the U.S.
  • January 1973
    • 3rd International Conference Plans
    • New Officers and Directors Elected
    • NYSAFLT Resolutions – 1972 Annual Meeting
    • NYSASCD Conference Slated
    • We Grow Stronger (Barnett)
    • How To Bridge The Gap Between School and Community (Warner)
    • High School FL Enrollments
    • The President’s Corner (Tursi)
    • New York Spanish Theater
    • Individualization: Beginning of the End?
    • Hackensack Has It! (Lavergneau)
    • Yiddish To Live (Winslow)
    • Exciting Teacher Training Program in Alabama
    • Toward Humanizing Education 3
    • Carnival: One To Four With So Much More (Cooperman)
    • Operation Enthusiasm for Language Learning (Stavenhagen)
    • Are Festival Foreign To You? (de Muth)
    • Guidance A GoGo, or How To Bear The “You Only Need Two Years of Foreign Language” Syndrome (Loew)
    • Individualized Instruction Moves Into College Curriculum (Stanfield)
    • A Survey of Foreign Language Teacher Preparation Programs (Martone)
  • November 1972
    • Recipients of Association Awards
    • Me? Study A Language? I Don’t No English! (Gahala)
    • Teaching Foreign Languages “The Silent Way” (Karembelas)
    • The Honeymoon is Over (Schnaidt)
    • Stop! (Kuipe)
    • The Teaching of Foreign Languages Through Suggestion (Bancroft)
    • The Spanish Experience in Translation (Aaron)
    • English is Not Enough (Mannes)
    • To Contract… Or Not? (Morain)
    • How To Attract Students to the College Foreign Language Program (Karsen)
    • A Sketch of Linguistics (Dickinson)
    • A Computer to Grade – and Pay – Teachers (Hall)
    • How the Electronic Paymaster Thinks (Hall)
    • Help in Another Tongue (Dana)
    • Regents Revision Discussed At SED
  • September 1972
    • Annual Meeting Program Preview
    • HS Students Set Up FLES Program
    • TV Commercials Available
    • The Selling of Foreign Languages (Teitelbaum)
    • Nixon’s Stand on FL Study
    • Exciting Educational Experiences (Galante)
    • Are You Coming? A Forecast
    • CAES Annual Institute Highlights
    • PI in Latin (Dimpfl)
    • Mandatory Bilingual Education
    • Blue-Plate Special Seasons Taste for Foreign Culture (Wright)
    • Making of a Movie (Norton)
    • To Smile or to Sigh?
    • French in an African Setting
    • Guidelines for Evaluating Foreign Language Programs Abroad for High School Students: A Reappraisal (National Council of State Supervisors of Foreign Languages)
    • Teacher Shortage After 1980 Predicted
    • Off The Grading Merry-Go-Round (Brannick)
    • Suggested Readings for FLES Teachers & Administrators
    • Meet the Press (Auxier)
    • Rochester FL Week Activities
    • Interdisciplinary Courses
  • May 1972
    • Student-Centered Workshop Set
    • Opportunities for Training in Bilingual Education
    • New Board Members
    • Information, Please
    • Mini-Courses
    • The Creative Classroom Revisited
    • History, Art and Music Taught in French and Spanish
    • Individualization in the Foreign Language Program: Report of a Visit to the Ithaca City School (Taillefer)
    • French News
    • Categories
    • Bilingual Teachers Wanted
    • Cartoons Auf Deutsch (Disterheft)
    • Social Science Readings In Third-Semester Spanish
    • Translating is Precise Skill (Mulqueen)
    • Turnpike to Go International
    • Appreciation of Literature: How to Generate It
    • Tips for the Cooperating Teacher (Elling)
    • ACTFL/SCOLT Meeting Planned
    • Questionnaire on FL Programs for the Less-Able Learner
    • Annual Meeting Committees Are Formed
    • An Experiment on the Teaching of French Pronunciation (Herold & Papalia)
    • Teacher Training Survey in California
    • A Study-Travel-In-Europe Program (Phelan)
    • Teaching Games (Ulrich)
    • To Our Retired Members
    • Cold Figures and Hard Facts
    • Higher Education in Nine Countries
    • As Others See Us
    • Free Materials
    • 1971 Northeast Conference Available – On Tape
    • CAES Conference Set
    • FL Teacher on Retirement Board
    • Rembrandt in Russia
    • Demonstration Films and Videotapes in German
  • March 1972
    • California State Superintendent Urges Youth to Study Languages
    • 1971 Annual Meeting Proceedings
    • International Conference Proceedings Available
    • Cultural News from Germany
    • A New Approach to Teacher Certification in New York (Reich)
    • Minutes of the 1971 Annual Business Meeting
    • Standing Committee Chairmen Announced
    • The Case for FL Study
    • APP Conference Called
    • Treasurer’s Annual Report
    • Dorothy Reid Will Be Missed
    • FLES Survey in Wisconsin
    • WHY FLES: A Rationale for Beginning Foreign Languages at the Elementary School Level
    • Let’s Prepare for the Future: An International Future! (Burk)
    • Second Junior/Community College Conference Set
    • TESOL?
    • How Can We Help Ourselves? (Fenley)
    • The Successful Foreign Language Teacher: His Characteristics and Behavior
    • Less Money + Teacher Cuts = Larger Classes
    • Students: Take Level 4! (Wilkens)
    • New Breakfast Wrinkle (Walker)
  • January 1972
    • New Officers and Directors Elected
    • Subscribe to the MLJ Now!
    • Relevancy and Motivation
    • Nominating Committee Chosen
    • The Foreign Language Chairman – Relationships with the Total School Staff (Loew)
    • BLIP Perks up Student Interest in Foreign Language
    • Updated Observation Techniques (Blume)
    • Public Relations Committee Approved
    • The Advantages and Disadvantages of Intervistation (Harnett)
    • Highlights of Colloquium Keynoters (Arsenault)
    • The Foreign Language Curriculum: A Joint Venture (Blake)
    • Individualized Instruction: An Example at UC Berkley
    • Materials for Teachers of Italian
    • The Teacher-Curriculum Relationship: Impressions of the Situation As It Actually Exists (Rapp)
    • Regents Evaluation Instrument For Speech Production
    • Need To Borrow Russian Materials?
    • The Role of the College Chairman: What It Is and What It Might Be (Neat)
    • LOTTO
    • Incidental Reinforcement or Review
    • Greeting from ACTFL (Scebold)
    • A Child’s Bill of Rights
    • Interdisciplinary Classical Humanities Program
  • November 1971
    • Recipients of Association Awards
    • Language Methods for the Community College (Seld)
    • Overheard in the Classroom (Wilkens)
    • Is There A Foreign Language in Your Career? (Wilkins)
    • German Dialect Tape Library
    • Using Library Resources
    • German Summer Camp (Nelson)
    • Le Trafic Formidable de Paris (Mulligan)
    • Overseas Teaching Opportunities
    • The Less-Able Student: Personalizing and Individualizing Instruction (Levy)
    • Linking the Levels: FLES Through High School (Di Sanza)
    • Interest in Foreign Languages: Girls Outrank The Boys
    • Current Status of the Doctor of Arts in Language and Literature
    • What Does The Existing Curriculum Do To Contribute To The Articulation Problem in Foreign Language Teaching? (Martone)
    • Good News For Wine Lovers
    • Changes In The French Lycée
    • Contract Learning
    • The Teaching of Foreign Languages
    • “Audio In The 1970’s”
    • Experimental School in Canada
    • How Can Cultural Understanding Be Developed in a Foreign Language Classroom (Papalia)
    • Tapes of Spanish Broadcasts Available
    • FLES Newsletter Available
    • Progressive School In Germany Shows Better Results
    • New German School in Washington
    • Education in France
    • 13,000,000 Foreign Tourists in France in 1970
    • Newsletter on Individualization of Foreign Language Learning
    • FL Commercials
  • September 1971
    • Annual Meeting Program Preview
    • Association’s Hopes Come to Fruition
    • I’m Waiting!
    • Questionnaire on Speech Production in Regents Examination
    • Is FL Requirement the Only Guarantee for Enrollment? (Barlow)
    • Standing Committees Plan Open Meetings
    • Foreign Languages: The Most Attractive Subject (Huebener)
    • Awards to Be Presented At Annual Meeting
    • Learn To Speak Like A Native (Myers)
    • Thank God It’s Friday!
    • Colloquium on Teacher Preparation Held
    • The American Translators Association
    • Services to Classics Teachers
    • Constitution and Amendments
    • ACTFL 1971 Annual Meeting
    • MLA/ERIC Expands Scope
    • TESOL?
    • Annual Meeting Exhibits
    • The “Petit Larousse”
    • Classics Bibliography Available
    • The Future Foreign Language Teacher and the Liberal Arts (Bernardo)
    • Open Doors
    • Material For the Classics
    • French Publications
    • Social Sciences Look To Foreign Languages for Advice
    • School for Translators
  • May 1971
    • Grittner To Keynote Annual Meeting
    • Honorarium Approved
    • Annual Meeting Committees Being Formed
    • FL Teachers Need ACTFL
    • NYSAFLT Annual Meeting Overview
    • MLJ Subscriptions
    • Second Volume of Brittanica Overview Now Available
    • Colloquium Held
    • Russian in Canada
    • Articulation Chairman Named
    • Rent Tapes
    • Interest Rises in Colleges in Classics, Not Languages
    • Pen Pals and Tape Pals
    • Food For Thought (Rosenstein)
    • Techniques for Personalizing Instruction at the College Level (Luther)
    • Become Artistic!
    • Meeting Foreign Language Objectives Through Personalized Instruction (Opdyke)
    • Spanish: The Fun Language (Gould)
    • The Implications of Behavioral Objectives for Teacher Supervision and Certification (Scebold)
    • Student-Determined Goals
    • Free Cultural Materials
    • Company Hurdles Language Barrier (Prior)
    • Haiku
    • Experience is the Best Teacher (Seagrave)
    • Cafeteria Motivation
    • 1971 ACTFL Annual Meeting
    • An Invocation (Goldberg)
    • Report of the Committee on College Foreign Language Requirements (Karsen)
    • Methodology Videotapes Available
    • Ford Foundation Grants
    • Using Native Speakers
    • FL Welcome Wagon
    • An Alternative to Summer Abroad (Blake)
    • Using Exchange Students
    • Teacher Pen Pals
    • Classics-Romance Language Chart
    • An Individualized Program of Instruction in Foreign Languages (Braxton)
    • Teaching Letter Writing
    • Peer Teaching
  • March 1971
    • Why Study Foreign Languages? (Sullivan)
    • Educational Isolationism
    • Memorials for Sister Rose
    • Coordinating Curricula Between Schools and Colleges (Brewer & ONeill)
    • The Department Head: A Survey of Duties and Responsibilities (Papalia)
    • Why We Study A Foreign Language (Fusaro)
    • Pen Pals in France (Becker)
    • An Organization with An Active Program (Moore)
    • Nominating Committee Chosen
    • Latin FLES Film Available
    • News About FLES
    • Reports from MLA/ERIC
    • Teaching Metrics
    • Students, If You Don’t Speak the Language in Class, Where Will You Use It? (Wilkens)
    • FL Enrollment Survey
    • Signs of Retreat From The “Hard” Foreign Languages (Bready)
    • International Meeting Enlists Foreign Language Leaders
    • College Classics Week 1970 (Meyer)
    • French FLES Contest
    • German Workshop
    • Why Study A Foreign Language (A Student at Mater Christi HS, Astoria)
    • English Not Greek Now (Gilbert)
    • Report of Mid-Hudson Regional Meeting
    • Changes in College Board Foreign Language Tests
    • What The Foreign Language Teacher Has To Offer To The Art of Communication in Contemporary Society (Levy)
  • January 1971
    • Will-Robert Teetor To Chair 54th Annual Meeting
    • Conference on FL’s in Two-Year Colleges
    • Colloquium Scheduled
    • Subscribe to the MLJ and Help The Federation
    • ACTFL Membership Committee Solicits Members
    • President Sharon E. Moore Appoints Regional Chairmen
    • International Meeting Enlists Topflight Leaders
    • Minutes of the Board of Directors and the Annual Business Meeting, 4-6 October (Leonard)
    • Nominations for Federation Board Sought
    • Adapting Foreign Language to New Educational Designs (Levy)
    • Getting “Involved” in Culture (Oudot)
    • Specifying Behavioral Objectives (Sherrow)
    • National Language Honor Society to Hold Convention
    • National French Contest
    • What The Foreign Language Teacher Has To Offer To The Art of Communication in Contemporary Society (Levy)
    • Committee Chairmen Named
    • Nat’l Foreign Language Week 28 March – 3 April, 1971
  • September 1970
    • FL Attitude Questionnaire Available
    • Current Events – French Point of View
    • Chartered Buses for Annual Meeting
    • Laurence Wylie To Be Keynote Speaker
    • Constitutional Changes Proposed
    • Annual Meeting Program
    • The Changing Role of Students in Curriculum Construction (Hakke)
    • Candidates for Board Presented
  • May 1970
    • Report of Syracuse Regional Workshop
    • Voice of America Job Openings
    • React to Regents Exams!
    • Proceedings Available
    • New Study of Foreign Language Testing
    • Federation Honors Nelson Brooks
    • Federation Plans 53rd Annual Meeting
    • Wisconsin Foreign Language Education Center
    • Foreign Language from the Viewpoint of an Administrator (Norton)
    • US Programs in Germany
    • “Starting English Early”
    • Methods and Instructional Materials in Foreign Language Teaching (Martone)
    • AATF Establishes National Headquarters
    • TESOL Status Report
    • New Portuguese Text
    • My Experience with Student Teaching (Kaplan)
    • 36th NYU Conference Planned
    • Pierre Delattre Memorial Fellowship Fund
    • Foreign Language Career Day
    • The Changing Role of Students in Curriculum Construction (Hakke)
  • April 1970
    • Paquette Leaves ACTFL
    • Mark Your Calendar
    • Sharon Moore New President
    • Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
    • Plato: The Teacher’s Mentor – Dialogues with a Computer (Myers & Gilpin)
    • The Departmental Conference: Symbol of the Democratic Process (Cincinnato)
    • Report of the Committee on College Foreign Language Requirements
  • January 1970
    • In Memoriam
    • 53rd Annual Meeting
    • Regional Workshops Planned
    • Installation of New President
    • Minutes of the Annual Business Meeting October 20, 1969
    • Worthy of US Imitation?
    • Resolutions – 1969
    • Report of the Canadian Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism
    • Interpreters Sought
    • ERIC Focus Reports
    • Classical Folia
    • New Publications Available: MLA/ACTFL Materials Center
    • The Art of Teaching – Changing or Immutable (Caimano)
    • Italian Roster
  • September 1969
    • In Memoriam
    • At the French Embassy
    • Our 52nd Annual Meeting
    • Coming Events
    • Our Ten Last Former Presidents
    • A Message From Robert J. Ludwig
    • In Honor of the Late Ruth Wasley
    • Our Fight To Retain FL
    • Modernized FL Instruction?
    • Bilingualism Gains in Canada
    • International Federation of Teachers of French
    • FLES Committee of the AATF
    • FL Teaching in Wyoming
    • FLES Teaching in Georgia
    • Publications
    • Reaching and Teaching The Less Able Student in the FL Classroom: The Guidance Program Needed (Mayer)
    • Reaching and Teaching the Less Able Student in the Foreign Language Classroom (Manch)
    • Indigenous Languages of South Africa (Ziervogel)
    • National Association of Language Laboratory Directors Meeting (Dodge)
    • The Language Laboratory, Aid or Onus (Cincinnato)
    • A Report on FLES Programs in Western New York (Papalia)
    • The Department Head – A Teacher’s Point of View (Spokoini)
  • May 1969
    • Federation Fights To Retain FL
    • In Memoriam
    • Let’s Save FLES
    • Our Board Members
    • The International Conference (Ludwig)
    • NYSFFLT Central NY Regional Meeting
    • NYSFFLT New Paltz Regional Meeting
    • Positions Offered
    • Summer Workshop of CAES
    • In Memory of Charles A. Choquette
    • Textbooks
    • Publications
    • A FL Syllabus for the Less Able Student
    • FL For the Non-College Bound Student (Press)
    • Grouping Foreign Language Students (Hernick & Kennedy)
    • Bread-and-Butter Spanish (Matlock)
    • Micro-Teaching and the FL Teacher (Calabro)
    • Changes in the FL Regents Examination
    • How Is Your TUQ? (Wilkens)
  • January 1969
    • Calendar of Events
    • Correction
    • To The Membership Committee
    • International Meeting in Buffalo
    • News of NFMLTA
    • Capital District Meeting
    • R.C.F.L.D.C.A.
    • Meeting with Commissioners Challenges Federation (Ludwig)
    • Sixty Days (Ludwig)
    • Professors: A Most Modern Squabble
    • Culture in the Italian Classroom (Rizzo)
    • Programed Logic for Automatic Teaching Operations (PLATO) (Nolan)
    • The Vice-Principal Is An Acting-Prince (McDonnell)
    • The Men Who Founded the AATF (Meras)
    • Publications
    • French-American Student
    • Creativity in Teacher Preparation (Seagrave)
    • Education Professions Development Act (EPDA)
  • November 1968
    • In Memoriam
    • Coming Events
    • Our Board Members
    • A Message From The Membership Committee
    • AATF Summer Scholarships
    • Modern Language Journal
    • Responsibilities of Local Districts (Schroeder)
    • The FL Teacher: The Dynamics of Continuing Professional Growth (Ludwig)
    • Those Who Are About To Teach: Some Observations on Attitude (Sheppard)
    • FL Program in the Junior High School (Vocolo)
    • “Daily” Linguistics Delights (McDonnell)
    • Some Reminiscences (Waas)
    • Publications
    • The Men You Founded AATF (Meras)
  • May 1968
    • Our 51st Annual Meeting
    • Library Subscriptions
    • Position Offered
    • Coming Events
    • Regional Meeting in Syracuse
    • Regional Meeting in New York City
    • Colloquium on Culture in Albany
    • Regional Meeting in Buffalo
    • New York City
    • From Our Annals
    • U.S. Foreign Curriculum Specialist Program
    • Our Professional Ties with Canada
    • Books
    • Foreign Language in High School (MacKeigan, Matlock & Barker)
    • Who Should Study FL? (Manley)
    • A New Option for Foreign Language Students? (Cullen)
    • The Language Laboratory
    • Fra Cristoforo and L’innominato: Two of A Kind? (Colaneri)
    • Attributes of A Creative Teacher (Wasley)
  • March 1968
    • The Annual Meeting
    • Announcements of Openings
    • DFL Succumbs
    • To Save NFMLTA
    • The Scholarly Dispute Over The Meaning of Linguistics
    • Linguistic Appetizers (Pohoryles)
    • Remarks on FL Methodology (Wilkens)
    • Some Reminiscences (Munro)
    • Publications
    • French III Compositions
  • January 1968
    • In Memoriam
    • Coming Events
    • Trips Abroad
    • Federation Effect Major Accomplishments in December Meeting with Commissioners (Ludwig)
    • The Grade 13 French Oral Testing Kit (Taillefer & Schatz)
    • Prerequisites for Creative FL Teaching in College (De Luca)
    • The Need for for a Special School of Languages (Huebener)
    • The Creative Teacher of Modern Foreign Languages (Ludwig)
    • Books and Tapes
    • NYC FL Experiment in Intermediate Schools
    • College FL Programs Criticized
    • Purpose of FL Study?
    • Some Reminiscences (Munro)
    • 1968 NDEA Programs
  • November 1967
    • Felicitations
    • Our Golden Anniversary Meeting
    • Our Fiftieth Anniversary Award Winners
    • Prof. Cross Needs Your Help
    • An Open Letter to the Foreign Language Teachers of the New York State Federation (Di Bartolo)
    • Committee Making Tapes Available To All
    • Bilingual Education (Knox)
    • California’s FL Teachers and Their State Legislature (Fallandry)
    • The Creative Teacher of Modern Foreign Languages (Ludwig)
    • Dropsie College
    • New Directions in the Teaching of FL: Programed Instruction (Spokoini)
    • Publications
    • Ontario Modern FL Teachers Association
    • Free French Tapes
    • M.A. in Italian
    • M.A. in TESL
  • September 1967
    • The Annual Meeting
    • New Directors
    • Coming Events
    • Recent Publications
    • A Look At The Record: Present and Future (Ludwig)
    • Applying the Syllabus To Everyday Practice (Cadoux)
    • Is Audiolingual What It’s Gimcracked Up To Be? (Gronberg)
    • Criteria for Evaluating Foreign Study Programs For High Schools
    • An Academy of FL Instruction in NYC
    • NDEA, Title VI in New York State
  • March 1967
    • Positions Offered
    • The Regents Examinations in Modern FL
    • 1967 Northeast Conference, Washington DC
    • Coming Events
    • Eastern European Languages
    • New Directors
    • Our Next Workshop
    • FL Teachers’ Trips Should Be Tax-Exempt
    • Dr. Conant’s Second Report
    • Language Learning: The New Approach (Brooks)
    • Putting Linguistics To Work in the Classroom (Politzer)
    • Common Sense and the Direct Method in Language Learning (Hannan)
    • The Eternal Dilemmas (Politzer)
    • Neglected Languages
    • A National FL “Council”?
  • January 1967
    • An Urgent Appeal
    • Coming Events
    • In Memoriam
    • Meeting with Dr. Walter Crewson
    • Assistant Directors in FL for NYC
    • NYC FL Experiment in Intermediate Schools
    • An “Encyclopedic” FL Textbook?
    • Edouard Morot-Sir’s Address To Our 1966 Annual Meeting
    • New Paltz Gets French Library
    • The Young College Instructor Needs Help Too (McDonnell)
    • New Books
    • An M.A. Program in German with a New Approach (Friesen)
    • Language Learning: The New Approach (Brooks)
    • 1967 National Defense Language Institute Program
  • November 1966
    • Note from the President’s Desk
    • Our 1966 Annual Meeting in Albany
    • From The Treasurer’s Corner (McDonnell)
    • Trips Abroad
    • A Letter From Dr. Chomsky
    • Developing Programs in Chinese on the Secondary Level (Lee)
    • Recent Trends in the Hebrew Program of Instruction (Benari)
    • The Jerusalem Examination
    • On the Teaching of Italian (Arcudi)
    • On Teaching Russian (Wolkonsky)
    • Moscow Founds A Language Center
    • New Books
    • Book Reviews
    • Federal Financial Assistance
    • 1967 NDEA FL Institutes
    • Key to Advancement
    • The Durable Dr. Theodore Huebener
    • Modern Language Association of America
    • Foreign Language Annals
    • Teaching and Learning A Spoken Language (Rice)
  • September 1966
    • Transfer of Editorship
    • Come To The Annual Meeting
    • New York State Federation of Language Teachers
    • Star Pupils
    • A New Look at the Lingual Approach (Ludwig)
    • Excerpts from “Linguistic Theory” (Chomsky)
    • Literature or Basketball (Hocking)
    • The Status of Italian in Higher Education in 1966 (De Luca)
    • Educational Testing Service
    • New Association
    • From Canada
    • Coming Events
    • NYC FL Enrollment, 1965-1966
    • Highest Peak?
  • July 1966
    • Slavic News
    • Italian Culture Council Notes
    • Publications
    • Evaluation Workshops Materials
    • New Reprints Available from MLA Materials Center
    • New Job for Dr. Guerra
    • New Editor for the Bulletin
    • The Teaching of the Italian Language in the United States
  • April 1966
    • Arts and Humanities Institutes
    • Vergil Now
    • Annual Meeting
    • New York State Federation of Foreign Language Teachers
    • Italian Notes
    • Important New Book
    • National Foundation of the Arts and Humanities
    • The Linguistic Reporter
    • Modern Language Association of America – Advice to the Language Learner
    • “It is Our Contention That Foreign Language Education Should Be An Integral Part of Every Child’s Experiences Beginning in the Elementary School”
    • MLA Materials Center
    • Classical Association
    • Aptitude Tests
    • Enrollment in Italian in High Education
    • Board of Education of the City of New York
    • From FL Program Notes
  • September 1965
    • Italian Notes
    • Press Release
    • 31st Annual Foreign Language Conference – New York University School of Education
    • Book Review
    • News Release
  • June 1965
    • Department of Foreign Languages at NEA Convention in New York
    • Italian Notes (From the Italian Culture Council)
    • French Radio Programs
    • Language No Barrier?
    • National Gallery
    • FL Films
    • Language And Literature
    • Evaluations Needed
    • Association d’Accueil Aux Etudiants Americains
    • Northeast Conference Reports
    • A New AAT
    • Sequence
    • MLA Consultant Service Ends
    • High School Offerings and Enrollments
    • “Language is for Speaking”
    • Chinese-Mandarin Speech Contest for High School Students
    • Realia
  • February 1965
    • FL Films
    • Linguistic Innocence
    • Graduate Study
    • Review, Si! Retreat, No!
    • National Defense Institutes Modern Foreign Languages, Summer, 1965
  • December 1964
    • Outstanding Teacher
    • Greek Scholarship
    • Recommended Revisions in the NYS Regents Examination in Modern Foreign Languages
    • Retiring
    • Minutes of the NYSFFLT Board of Director’s Meeting
    • The Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages
    • Summer Study in Europe
    • Foreign Language Teaching (J. Wesley Childers)
    • Summer Seminar in France
    • Treasurer’s Interim Report (July 1, 1964 – November 10, 1964)
    • Materials Center Booklist
    • Annual Conference Program
    • Receipts and Disbursements for Annual Meeting
  • September (1964 ?)
    • Study Opportunities in Eastern Europe
    • Articulation
    • Slavic News
    • New International Language Review
    • Chilton-Didier Newsletter
    • Report of Films
    • Do You Really Know American Culture
    • Publications List of the Center for Applied Linguistics of the MLA
  • July 1964
    • Want Russian Teachers?
    • Meeting with Dr. Crewson
    • Summer Russian
    • Annual Meeting
    • Paperback Translations
    • Russian Newsletter
    • Minutes of the NYSFFLT Executive and Board of Directors’ Meeting
    • Constitution of the New York State Federation of Foreign Language Teachers (Revised March 21, 1964)
    • By-Laws
    • Modern Language Association of America (The Impact of the Language Provisions of the National Defense Education Act: A Projected Survey)
    • Do’s and Don’ts of Lab Planning
  • March 1964
    • Workshop for Teachers of Latin
    • Federation News
    • Historic Decision
    • Speak and Read Modern Greek
    • German Summer School
    • Let’s Learn Latin
    • Critical Languages
    • From the Italian Culture Council
    • Texas Squanders Non-English Resources
    • Afternoon Good
    • English As A Foreign Language
  • January 1964
    • National Defense Language Institute Program 1964-65
    • Federation Committees
    • Reading in FLS
    • Pattern Drill
    • Faulkner Foundation Awards
    • 1964 Northeast Conference to Deal with Ideals and Practices
  • November 1963
    • From The Italian Culture Council
    • Translators
    • Thank You, Dr. Klemm
    • Resolution
    • New Filmstrips
    • New FL Director, New York City
    • The Annual Meeting
    • Minutes of the NYSFFLT Board of Directors Meeting
    • Language Institute Program
    • Annual Treasurer’s Report (September 1, 1962 – August 31, 1963)
    • Language Labs
    • Merrill Trust Fellowships
    • MLA Proficiency Test
    • Linguists of the World
  • April 1963
    • The Twain Shall Meet
    • Hospitality
    • Programming Guide
    • Culture
    • Freshman Summer Abroad
    • Paris
    • Contrastive Structures
    • FL Training for Vassar
    • Why Study Russian?
    • Let’s Talk
    • IberoAmerica
    • Latin American Fellowships
    • Listening Comprehension
    • Midwest Slavic
    • Undergraduate Fellowships
    • FLES
    • Jobs Abroad
    • Operation Crossroad Africa
    • Evaluation
  • January 1963
    • National Defense Language Institute Programs
    • Symposium on Multilingualism
    • JPRS: Largescale Government Translation Service
    • Research on Language Teaching
    • Northeast Conference
    • FL Consultants
    • College-Bound Majority Increases
    • University of Massachusetts Centennial Year
  • April 1961
    • Foreign Language Teaching in College: A Set of Recommendation
    • Additional Language Institutes
    • Languages-of-the-World Archives
    • 1961 Northeast Conference
    • Where We Are Going- Why and How (Paul M. Glaude – Supervisor, Foreign Language Instruction, NYSED)
    • From Ireland
  • May 1959
    • 1959 Federation Meeting
    • New York State Council on Foreign Language Teaching
    • More Italian
    • The Linguistic Reporter
    • State Department
    • Conference on Materials
    • USOE Publications
    • Summer Abroad for FL Teachers
    • The National Defense Language Development Program
    • State Education Department on FLES
    • High School Principals on Foreign Languages
    • Italian Institute
    • Real Competency
    • Problems
  • October 1956
    • Constructed Languages
    • Hind-Sight History of the NYSFFLT
    • A Listing of Records For Foreign Language Instruction
    • The Latin Situation
    • Classical Filmstrips
    • Picto
    • Graphic Language Charts
  • September 1956
    • Greetings To FL Teachers of New York State (from Theodore Andersson, Director Foreign Language Program, MLA)
    • Join Up!
    • To All New York State Language Teachers
    • New York Teachers Helping Write FLES Guide
    • Come to the Annual Meeting
    • About This Bulletin
    • Certification of Foreign Language Teachers (for the public high schools of the State of New York)
    • Report on High School Latin
    • News of MLA Teacher’s Guides
    • Childhood and Second Language Learning
    • The Future of the FL Program
    • Things to Come
    • The FL Program and the Classical Languages
    • Materials Available
    • Prize Contest Sponsored by the AATG Long Island Chapter
    • Our Relation to the FL Program of the MLA
    • Prize Contest Held by EZLTA
    • Foreign Languages in the Elementary Schools
    • North Syracuse High School Introduces German
    • About Italy
    • Teacher of Modern Foreign Languages in the Public Secondary Schools, 1955-56
    • Report of the Nominating Committee
    • The Problem of Time
    • TV Summer Course in French Over Utica Station
    • A Timely Caution on FLES
    • Send in Your Ballot
  • May 1955
    • New Latin Syllabus
    • Plans for October Meeting Of Federation
    • On Requirements
    • Useful References For FL Teachers
    • Russell Sage French Majors Help in FLES
    • Forty-five Cents
    • German Contest
    • For Your Information
  • April 1955
    • Future Needs for FL Teachers in College and Universities
    • Report From Brighton
    • The Teaching of Classics
    • Highland Starts Course in German
    • Rochester High School Senior Wins Contest
    • Not For German Teachers Alone
    • For Latin Teachers
    • FL Summer School Workshops
    • On the Use of Realia
    • Free Films
    • French in Elementary Classes
  • March 1955
    • Brief Bibliography on Linguistics For FL Teachers
    • Professional Equipment of FL Teachers In New York City Schools
    • Professor Silber Chairman of Federation Meeting
    • Andersson to Speak at Cornell on Future of Language Teaching
    • French for Children
    • Progress in FL Teaching In Elementary Schools
    • FL Study in NY State High Schools
    • Classroom Help for French Teachers
    • The Modern Language Association Syllabus
    • Bibliography of Modern Language Methodology for 1953
    • College-Bound Minority?
    • Opportunities
  • February 1955
    • The Northeast Conference On the Teaching of FLs, 1955
    • Our Profession
    • Conference on State FL Leaders
    • AATG Studies Television For FL Programs
    • Conant Outlines New Tasks for Schools
    • The Italian Scene
    • Westchester AATF Includes Oral-Aural Test With Examination of The Concours
    • French in Elementary School in Northern Westchester
    • Advice From Latin America
  • January 1955
    • From the FL Bulletin of the MLA
    • Schools “Bootleg” Language Studies
    • FL Instruction in the Fourth Grade
    • Bilingual Exchange Project
    • How to Start FL Instruction in Grade Schools
    • Study of Russian Falls Off in USA
    • Report of the Annual Meeting Of the NY State Federation of FL Teachers
    • Conference on FL Instruction in Grade Schools
    • Kinescopes of German TV Lessons Available
  • November/December 1954
    • From the New Director
    • The MLA Foreign Language Program Excerpts from the FL Bulletin
    • Some Data on Foreign Languages in Elementary Schools
    • Information On Audio-Visual Aids and Workshops
    • A Short Bibliography On FL Teaching In Elementary Schools
    • Pfeffer, Assistant Editor of MLJ
    • FL-TV in Color
    • Language Requirement Reprints Available
    • Foreign Language Dat at the University of Rochester
    • Hebrew in Our Public Schools
    • Masterpieces of Literature In Translation
    • Addition and Correction to October, 1954 Bulletin
  • October 1954
    • Come To The Annual Meeting
    • “Fun With French” To Continue
    • Proposed Slate of Officers
    • Foreign Language in Elementary Schools
    • What Foreign Language Shall I Choose?
    • Annual Financial Report
    • Teaching Aids in French
    • Teaching Aids in German
    • Languages by Television
  • May 1954
    • Elementary Language at Earlville
    • Language Festival at North Tonawanda High School
    • Long Island Chapter, AATG, Resolution
    • AATG Appoints TV Committee Chairman
    • The Northeast Conference – A Report
    • UNESCO Modern Language Seminar
  • April 1954
    • Albany Conference
    • Objective Tests for a Language Laboratory
    • The MLA Foreign Language Program
    • “Language Leaflets”
    • Syracuse University Romance Language Workshops
    • University of Minnesota Foreign Language Auxiliam
  • March 1954
    • AATG Chapters Merge
    • NYSFFLT Nominating Committee Announced
    • Foreign Languages in the Elementary School
    • A Foreign Language Department in the NEA?
    • Latin Program for the Seventh Grade
    • Of Interest to Students of French and German
    • Of Interest to Students of Latin
    • The Spanish National Honor Society
    • Foreign Travel Services
    • Foreign Language Contests
    • Language Meeting, Central NY Chapter of AATF
    • Wester NY Chapter AATSP Meeting
    • New Program in French at MIT
    • Buffalo State Offers French Workshop
  • February 1954
    • Advisory Language Committee
    • Urgent Request
    • Language Enrollments Increasing
    • Brighton Foreign Language Laboratory
    • Workshop in Israel
    • Workshop in French
    • Rochester Language Items
    • North Tonawanda High Latin Club
    • Foreign Language Entrance And Degree Requirements
    • Syracuse Item
    • Magnetic Tape Recorders
  • January 1954
    • Increase in Foreign Language Study
    • Rochester MFL Council Sponsors Radio, TV Programs
    • Language Meeting, Western Zone NYSTA
    • Resolution of Western NY Chapter, AATG
    • High School French Through Audio-Visual Method
    • Can You Help?
    • “Foreign Language in the Elementary Schools”
    • Summer Travel
    • Machine Translations
    • 1954 Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages
  • December 1953 (incomplete bulletin)
    • Peisel and Pfeffer Elected To National Office
    • Language on TV in Rochester
    • Report On Program of the Annual Conference of the NYSFFLT, New York, October 31, 1953
  • November 1953
    • Federation Members Participate in Zone Section Meetings; Syracuse and Utica Sections
    • Columbia County Conference
    • Language Section Meeting, Eastern Zone, NYSTA
    • Languages in the Elementary Grades
    • Foreign Languages Help Other Subjects
    • Western New York Chapter of AATSP Meets
    • University of San Marcos Appoints US Representative
    • Adventurous Teachers Wanted
    • Exchange Teachers: Correction and Addenda
    • Foreign Study Opportunities
  • November 1952
    • A Letter from Your President (A. Harold Bragg)
    • Report of Committee on Resolutions
    • Puerto Rico Seminar
    • Annual Financial Report
    • Christmas Programs
    • Summary Report of the Annual Meeting
  • October 1952
    • Program of Annual Meeting
    • Dr. Huebener Guest of Bonn Government
    • French Civilization Course at Skidmore
    • MLA of So. California Boosts Foreign Language Study
    • Christmas Vacation Tour to Puerto Rico
    • Too Little Too Late
    • Foreign Correspondence
  • January 1925
    • Report on the Annual Meeting