ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY NATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR MODERN LANGUAGE, LITERARYAND CULTURAL STUDIES report - August 2011- National Languages Strategy
EUROPEAN LANGUAGE LABEL
All the booklets from the last few years are available on the ELL resources page http://www.leargas.ie/programme_resource.php?prog_code=7019
Modern Languages Community of Practice http://www.ndlr.ie/modlang/blog/?page_id=2
Applied French Association http://www.afa-irlande.ie/
French Teachers’ Association http://www.ncte.ie/ftai/
Association of Third Level Teachers of German in Ireland http://www.germaninireland.org/index.htm
German Teachers’ Association of Ireland http://www.germanteachers.ie/
Websites on teaching / learning Irish:
The Post-Primary Languages Initiative http://www.languagesinitiative.ie/ Have a look at seven short films about "More Languages More Options".
The Post-Primary Languages Initiative was set up in September 2000 to diversify, enhance and expand the teaching of languages in second-level schools in Ireland. To diversify so that a wider choice of languages would be available to students; to enhance by strengthening the position of these languages and offering support to teachers in the form of materials and in-service; and to expand them so that they would be more available to more students in more schools.
The initial languages targeted by the initiative were Spanish, Italian and Japanese, and Russian was added a few years later.
Business German wiki http://businessgermanireland.pbworks.com
The language campaign in the UK: http://www.speaktothefuture.org/
Centre for languages in the UK: http://www.llas.ac.uk/about