Foreign Language Annals

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Edited By: Dr. Anne Nerenz

Impact Factor: 0.892

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 46/162 (Linguistics); 81/219 (Education & Educational Research)

Online ISSN: 1944-9720

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Read the 2012 Foreign Language Annals special issue! This issue was born out of the ACTFL Research Priorities Initiative, designed to (1) identify the key areas in which research is currently needed in foreign language instruction and learning to inform and improve classroom practice; (2) attract researchers to conduct research in these key areas; and (3) sponsor this research through funding, publication, and dissemination of research findings to the field and other stakeholders.

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Starting in 2012, FLA posts complete, peer-reviewed, web-enhanced articles online up to several months in advance of the printed issue!

Intended to benefit members and readers, Early View enables researchers to access the latest in cutting-edge news and information before it is distributed in print. Early View also helps authors by shortening the acceptance-to-publication time and extending the period in which an article is most often cited. 

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Volume 47, Issue 1

Francis J. Troyan discusses the article, Leveraging Gene Theory: A Genre-Based Interactive Model for the Era of the Common Core State Standards, in the following video abstract.

Victoria Russell discusses the article, A Closer Look at the Output Hypothesis: The Effect of Pushed Output on Noticing and Inductive Learning of the Spanish Future Tense, in the following video abstract.

Authors discuss the article, Perceived Foreign Accent: Extended Stays Abroad, Level of Instruction, and Motivation, in the following video abstract.