AFL

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AcronymDefinition
AFLAmerican Federation of Labor
AFLAmerican Football League (1960s)
AFLAustralian Football League
AFLArena Football League
AFLAlberta Federation of Labour
AFLAll for Less (phone service plan)
AFLAssessment for Learning (education)
AFLAfloat
AFLAdaptive Forward Lighting (automotive engineering)
AFLAcademic Free License (software license)
AFLAmerica Fujikura Ltd. (various locations)
AFLAeroflot (Russian Airline, ICAO code)
AFLArmed Forces of Liberia
AFLAmerican Fuzzy Lop (rabbit)
AFLActive for Life (various organizations)
AFLAtrial Flutter
AFLAccel Frontline Ltd. (India)
AFLArabic as a Foreign Language (various locations)
AFLAcademic Free License
AFLAbstract Family of Language
AFLAdaptive Forward Lighting
AFLAssociation Française pour la Lecture (French: French Reading Association)
AFLAdvance Fee Loan (various locations)
AFLAssociation Française du Lupus (French: French Lupus Association)
AFLAssociation Française de Limnologie (French: French Limnology Association)
AFLAir Fluid Level
AFLAlcoholics for Life
AFLAlcoholic Fatty Liver
AFLAbstract Family of Languages
AFLAssociation Familiale du Limousin (French: Limousin Family Association; Limousin, France)
AFLAcemai France Logique (French elevator manufacturer)
AFLAbove Floor Level
AFLArtists for Literacy (San Francisco, CA)
AFLAfter Fader Listening (audio mixing)
AFLAutofocus Lock (cameras)
AFLAssisted Family Living (various locations)
AFLAir Force Letter
AFLAbsoFreakinLutely
AFLAuthorized Funding Level
AFLAirborne Flying Laboratory
AFLActive Fuel Length
AFLAutoland Flight Tests
AFLApproximate Full Load
AFLAutomatic Line Feed
AFLApplied Fisheries Laboratory
AFLAuxiliary Fuel Line
AFLAway From Link
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The purpose of the package intended to consider Arabic as a foreign language that is required at Key Stage 2 in the education process in England; however this step is challenged by progress in professional development, resourcing, progress from primary school to secondary school, and the duration of the period dedicated for languages in school curriculums.
Fifteen teachers of Arabic have completed the first online Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language (TAFL) module for educators in Qatar, developed by Qatar Foundation International (QFI) in partnership with the Education Development Institute (EDI).
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Additionally, the Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language (TAFL) course will gather QFI's teacher fellows in Minneapolis from August 8 to 13.
(18) For issues specific to teaching Arabic as a foreign language, see Alaa Elgibali, ed., Investigating Arabic: Current Parameters in Analysis and Learning (Leiden: Brill, 2005).
The prime purpose of this experimental research was to determine whether learning Arabic as a foreign language can be effectively enhanced through traditional methodology.
As indicated earlier, the purpose of this study was to explore the attitudes, motivation, and perceptions of students regarding the teaching/learning of Arabic as a foreign language in the post-9/11 era.
A business major student wrote: "Adding Arabic as a foreign language at FAMU will be a great asset to the students of the university" (R.
The last two items in the questionnaire, particularly item (13), were aimed at exploring the integrative orientation to the study of Arabic as a foreign language. The responses to the items (12) and (13) are summarized below (tables 6 and 7).
This analysis discusses the constructivist paradigm of teaching Arabic as a foreign language in Malaysian settings.