AFMLTA is committed to supporting teachers in advocating for quality teaching and learning of Languages.
Below is a range of resources to support this advocacy work with school leadership, school communities and students.
The resources come from a range of state, national and international sources.

If you have additional resources which could be added, please email them to
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ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) materials on the benefits of learning languages.

Increasing Language Participation in Secondary School is a series of case studies from the NSW Centre for Education Statistics and Evaluation. They highlight the school and classroom-based practices that four individual schools identify as contributing to their success in language participation.

Languages Testimonial is a series of 16 short clips for 8 different languages with young graduates speaking about how language learning has impacted their lives. These are designed to encourage secondary students to continue with their language studies beyond the compulsory years. Also, three secondary schools share the innovative practices in their language programs.

Languages Open the Door to a Bigger World is a comprehensive range of advocacy resources for students, school leaders and school communities; materials developed through a national, Australian project.