This is a living and evolving list of key resources to create and implement IPAs:

  • ACTFL Implementing IPA for roughly $30 (click). Worth every penny, this resource offers strategies for creating IPAs, and concrete examples for different languages and different levels of proficiency. it also includes rubrics (though in teacher jargon, not very student friendly in my opinion)
  • I like this website from the Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition (UM)because it offers concrete examples of IPAs for any language and additional resources (click)
  • Paul Sandrock, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, gives examples of IPAs at all levels and tools to assess the quality of your IPA (click)
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