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Sarah Jourdain, Ph.D.

Co-editor, 2022–2023

TinaMarie Friscia

Co-editor, 2022–2023

Current issue:

Spring/Summer 2022, Volume 71 No. 1

    • Remembering John Carlino, Executive Director of NYSAFLT
    • Au-delà de Paris; Vers Une Francophonie Plus InclusiveFrançoise Piron  
    • Teaching Writing: Effective and Efficient Strategies that Enhance Learning – Amy W. Pento  
    • Stepping into the World of CI at the High School LevelNicole Alberico-Farr
    • Approaches to Teaching & Learning in IB & AP World Languages – Kerri Titone Ed.D.
    • Student Showcase: A Celebration of Language and Culture – Kathryn L. Inhelder and Margaret Leone, PhD  
    • Learning Language Outside: Reflections on Outdoor Learning during a PandemicDavid C. Shultz 
    • Benefits of Mindfulness and Yoga in the World Language Classroom  – Jennifer Schwester  
    • Classroom Management in the WL Classroom: Helping New Teachers Manage Their Classrooms – Shannon Casso-Lundgren
    • Reaching High with Novice LowJeri Gosier
    • Using Authentic Materials to Assess 21st Century Students’ SkillsNorka Delgado Fuller
    • Best Practices for New TeachersJenny Maldonado
    • Get Cozy with Can-Do Statements! – Anna Domingo and Dr. Margaret Krone
    • Decem Annos Mirabiles: A Retrospective on 10 Years of Teaching LatinCatherine Stevens
    • Market Day: A Full Class SimulationJanis Labroo
    • Promoting Cultural Learning Through an Art-Focused UnitAlex Bakke

Call for Papers:

The Language Association Journal is the official peer-reviewed journal of the New York State Association of Foreign Language Teachers (NYSAFLT). The audience for this journal includes world language educators at all levels, teacher educators, administrators, and others who are interested in world language education. To address the diverse interests, focuses, and needs of this audience, each issue of the Language Association Journal allows for three submission types—scholarly articles, reports, and teacher-to-teacher articles—across multiple categories that are organized by key words. The Language Association Journal is published two times per year.

Submission Deadlines:

  • February 1
  • September 1

Diane Tyminski

Editor, 2019–2024

Current issue:

September 2022

Archived versions of this publication are available by clicking here.

Submission deadlines:

  • February 1 (March Newsletter)
  • May 1 (June Newsletter)
  • August 1 (September Newsletter)
  • November 1 (December Newsletter)

NYSAFLT News – The Newsletter of the Association, published four times per year, informs members of the activities and accomplishments of their colleagues throughout the State. Notices of events, tips for instruction, and news items provide necessary updates for teachers. Send all articles and information to address listed above.