The Center for Applied Linguistics develops a variety of publications related to the teaching and learning of languages, linguistics, policy, immigrant and refugee integration, and more.
Our publications are described within this section and also cross-referenced under the appropriate topic areas for your convenience. We invite you to browse our complete list of publications. Click on a title below for a brief description. To learn more or to order, visit the CAL Store.
Guiding Principles for Dual Language Education has been updated to reflect new knowledge, practices, and policies in the arena of dual language education. The third edition of this widely used resource is designed to serve as an effective tool for planning, self-reflection, and continual improvement.
Based on a 21st century approach to academic literacy that is aligned with today’s rigorous standards, this resource provides research-based strategies and practical, hands-on tools to help educators develop effective classroom activities. The package includes a comprehensive workbook supported by authentic classroom video and two complete unit plans on CD-ROM.
- STARTALK Assessment for Language Instructors: The Basics
- Sustaining Linguistic Diversity: Endangered and Minority Languages and Language Varieties
- Talking Black in America
- Teaching and Assessing EIL in Local Contexts Around the World
- Teaching and Learning English Grammar: Research Findings and Future Directions
- Teaching Vocabulary to English Language Learners
- The Bilingual Advantage: Language, Literacy, and US Labor Market
- The Bilingual Edge: Why, When, and How to Teach Your Child a Second Language
- The Education of Language Minority Immigrants in the United States
- The National K-12 Foreign Language Enrollment Survey Report: The State of Language in the United States