LINGO, the PNCFL Newsletter

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Latest LINGO issue

Lingo, the Pacific Northwest Council for Languages (PNCFL) newsletter, has established itself as the leading regional information resource in the Pacific Northwest. Twice each year, Lingo details successful language programs and course materials, shares professional development opportunities and conferences reports on state and national language policy, and follows second language acquisition research.

Our Readers

Our readership is comprised of those who most need to stay informed on second language education issues: classroom teachers, university instructors, graduate students, teacher trainers, course developers, and world language organizations. We currently have over 800 subscribers in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming.


PNCFL welcomes short articles, descriptions of innovative courses, reviews of teaching materials, and other items of interest to language teaching professionals.

Submissions should be sent directly to our Lingo Editor.  If you have any questions, please contact the Publications Director.

The next submission deadline 2019-2020 school year are the following:


Advertisements should be emailed as attachments in pdf, jpg, tif, eps, or indd format with at least 300 dpi to the  Publications Director. Submission deadlines are February 1 for the March issue and November 1 for the December issue.

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To obtain additional information about advertising or to request back issues, please contact the Publications Director by email.

Reprint Permission

The PNCFL Executive Council reviews all requests to reprint articles from Lingo. Please complete the reprint request form (LingoReprintRequest) and submit the form by email to our Executive Director

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