The Last Language Textbook is a community project built by people like you. If you are interested in adding your voice to the collaboration, there are many ways to get involved.
There are many ways to get involved, regardless of your skill level or experience with teaching. Lessons develop in three stages. First there are example sentences that illustrate some of the learning goals from the curriculum plan. Next comes audio to match the sentences, and finally those source materials are organized and explained in a full lesson. Click on the relevant link to learn more and get started writing the Last Language textbook.
If you have language education experience or work at an organization that wants to be part of writing the Last Language Textbook, we want to hear from you. This is a collaborative project and there are lots of opportunities to work together, both online and in-person. We will be running a series of short technology training and lesson building workshops in New York City this summer. If your NYC-based organization is interested in hosting such a workshop, or if you are interested in running a workshop of your own outside of NYC and want some organizational help, let us know.
While we are focusing on English language instruction this summer, if you work in a different language and want to use these tools and materials to start building the last language textbook for that language instead, you are welcome and encouraged to do so.
However you are interested in getting involved, send us a note at "contact [at] thelastlanguagetextbook [dot] org".
For any questions about group participation, sponsorship, or other feedback about the Last Language Textbook, please write to "contact [at] thelastlanguagetextbook [dot] org".