What is the Association for Language Learning?

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ALL's objectives

The Association for Language Learning (ALL) is the major subject association for those involved in teaching foreign languages at all levels.  There are currently 4,500 members.

The Association actively promotes the teaching and learning of foreign languages by:

  • providing information and publications
  • organising professional development activities
  • acting as a public voice on behalf of members

ALL aims to:

  • encourage an understanding of the importance of languages at all levels in our society
  • promote the development of language policies which reflect the linguistic diversity and the language needs of the country and its population
  • advance public understanding of language learning and the techniques and approaches for successful language teaching
  • promote improved standards of language teaching.
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Association for Language Learning, University of Leicester, University Road, Leicester LE1 7RH

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