"The materials, intended as teacher-mediated lessons, are available in Arabic, Chinese, Dari, Korean, Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, Russian, Hebrew, and Persian Farsi. PBDS materials consist of eight 6-week courses created in a modular design which focus on Final Learning Objective topics."
Supplement your language learning with basic information about a cultural group. Some find that Mango Languages is great for spurring a connection for history or geography. This resource may work that way, too!
"Each country study starts with a Country Profile section containing basic facts about the target country, followed by selected themes organized under the major headings of Geography, History, Economy,Society and Security." Similar to CIA World Factbook, at https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/.
"G.L.O.S.S.online language lessons are developed for independent learners to provide them with the learning/teaching tools for improving their foreign language skills." GLOSS has thousands of lessons in 24 languages.
Familiarization modules, legends and folktales, weekly training events.
The Alaska State Library has begun practice groups that are available in-person in Juneau and throughout the state via the OWL Network or conference call. Please contact the guide author for more information, or if you know of or would like other language practice groups available across communities.
While geared towards students of the Five Colleges, this site hosts an abundance of resources that are free for all. The focus is on multimedia. I particularly like the Culture Talks, which feature native speakers on topics from music to family introductions and more.
Practice speaking with native speakers. You provide your expertise as a native speaker of your first language, and in exchange, someone else will help you. You can also get help with written language. italki charges for some optional services.