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UALR
2801 South University
Little Rock, Arkansas 72204
United States

 
Background

Employment History

  • Director of the IELP
    University of Arkansas at Little Rock
  • Director of the Intensive English Language Program
    University of Arkansas at Little Rock
  • Director - Intensive English Language Program
    University of Arkansas-Little Rock
  • University of Arkansas
7 Total References
Web References
NWAnews.com :: Northwest Arkansas' News Source
www.nwarktimes.com, 2 June 2005 [cached]
Alan Lytle, director of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock's intensive English language program, international admissions officer and a German and English-as-a-second language professor, said the number of languages spoken is unlikely to change even though fourth- and fifth-generation children of immigrants may no longer be fluent in their ancestors' languages.
Language and culture are interrelated, Lytle said.Certain words and habits survive long after someone forgets his ancestor's language, he said.
Also, the descendants of immigrants to New York City, southern Louisiana, southern Florida and San Francisco have maintained their identities within isolated pockets of the country.The Italian, French, Spanish and Chinese cultures and traditions still prevail in their respective areas, Lytle said.
"Culture is part of an identity, and people do not want to necessarily surrender to that," he said.
Membership Directory
www.nafsa3.org, 8 Aug 2008 [cached]
Alan D. Lytle Director - Intensive English Language Program adlytle@ualr.edu
ESL MiniConference / March 2002 / Recommended Sessions at TESOL 2002
www.eslminiconf.net, 1 Mar 2002 [cached]
Alan Lytle, University of Arkansas, Little Rock, Arkansas, USA
TESOL Connections
www.tesol.org, 1 Mar 2011 [cached]
Integrated Lyrical Writing: Addressing Writing via Ballads, by Alan Lytle
Association News
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By Alan Lytle
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Alan D. Lytle is the teaching director of the Intensive English Language Program at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. His background is in second and foreign language education, with 22 years of ESL and foreign language experience at all levels, in academic preparation, conversation, and language-for-special-purposes programs.
TESOL Connections
www.tesol.org, 1 Mar 2011 [cached]
Features | • | Grammatically Speaking | • Lesson Plan: Egypt & Social Media, by Sarah Sahr | • Free article from March 2011 TESOL Journal: |        Integrated Lyrical Writing: Addressing Writing via Ballads, by Alan Lytle | Association News | Resources
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Integrated Lyrical Writing: Addressing Writing via Ballads, by Alan Lytle
Association News
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By Alan Lytle
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Alan D. Lytle is the teaching director of the Intensive English Language Program at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. His background is in second and foreign language education, with 22 years of ESL and foreign language experience at all levels, in academic preparation, conversation, and language-for-special-purposes programs.
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