foreign language teaching, foreign language learning, world languages
Practices That Work is an excellent resource for both new and experienced foreign-language instructors, as well as for foreign-language learners. The volume is a compilation of short, thematically organized articles written by numerous experts in the field of foreign-language teaching who share invaluable insights about bringing learners to high-level professional proficiency in world languages. While Practices That Work offers a plethora of effective techniques for instructors, it also provides deep understanding of the learning process, which will benefit the development of learner’s self-awareness and autonomy.
"Book Review: Practices That Work: Bringing Learners to Professional Proficiency in World Languages,"
Russian Language Journal: Vol. 72:
1, Article 13.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/rlj/vol72/iss1/13