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ALEXANDRIA, VA – The ACTFL Assessment of Performance toward Proficiency in Languages (AAPPL) content topics have been released.

Below are the content topics for the 2018 assessment for Arabic, Chinese-Mandarin, English, French, German, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. Instructors whose students will be taking AAPPL in one of these languages in the spring of 2018 may wish to create tasks based on these topics as part of their students’ preparation.

ALEXANDRIA, VA – The ACTFL Assessment of Performance toward Proficiency in Languages (AAPPL) Program is developing content for four new languages: Hindi, Italian, Japanese, and Thai. These tests will be available in Jan. 2018.

“ACTFL is excited to introduce these less commonly taught languages into our AAPPL catalogue. We hope this will give many more students the opportunity to assess their language performance and progress toward proficiency,” said Dr. Leah Graham, associate director of ACTFL’s Center for Assessment, Research, and Development.

ALEXANDRIA, VA – The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) acknowledges the success of the third annual Proficiency Assessments Summer Institute. In addition to the regular four-day OPI Assessment Workshops, two MOPI (modified) workshops were added to accommodate the increased demand for proficiency training in the K-12 community.

ALEXANDRIA, VA – The ACTFL Assessment of Performance toward Proficiency in Languages (AAPPL) content topics for ACTFL's 2017 performance assessment have been released.

White Plains, NY (February 8, 2013) – ACTFL is pleased to announce the first ever spring OPI assessment workshop to be held at  The Graduate Center, CUNY in New York City, on June 4-7, 2013 for Arabic, Chinese and Japanese.