Vol. 4 (2010): PLJ #4: Building, Growing and Maintaining Portuguese Programs

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This issue is included in a retrospective of the articles published from volumes 1-9. It is the journal's first volume in a bound version of printed articles on paper.


Creating and Sustaining a Program of Study in Portuguese

Fernanda Ferreira, Bridgewater State College

Data-Driven Program Development

Margo Milleret, University of New Mexico

Agripino Silveira, University of New Mexico

Portuguese and the HBCU Experience: FIPSE/CAPES U.S.-Brazil Higher Education Consortia

Robert N.Anderson, Winston-Salem State University

The Creation of a Portuguese Teaching Minor for Secondary Education Majors

Blair Bateman, Brigham Young University

Linguistic, affective and disciplinary territories: Teaching Portuguese across the divide

Nicola T. Cooney, Princeton University

Innovative Technologies – New Opportunities in Language Teaching

Orlando Kelm, University of Texas at Austin

On Starting a Course Sequence for Heritage Learners of Portuguese

Gláucia V. Silva, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

Growing and Maintaining a Portuguese Language Program in the 21st Century: Notes from an Old New England School

Clémence Jouët-Pastré, Harvard University

Portuguese at the University of Arizona

Ana Carvalho, University of Arizona



Published: 2010-12-23