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Planned Sessions for ACTFL 2015

The AATG Annual Meeting Program Committee has organized a number of planned sessions for the 2015 ACTFL Convention and World Languages Expo to showcase and inspire the innovative and resourceful teaching of our profession. All presenters must be members of AATG. Members interested in presenting in these sessions were invited to submit abstracts (250 words) to individual session chairs by December 21, 2014.

Please note that planned sessions are not guaranteed to be in the program. All session proposals will be blind reviewed by AATG and ACTFL program committee members. Planned sessions are organized in four focus areas.

Open Call. In addition to the planned sessions, the Program Committee has also issued an open call to AATG Members for proposals for sessions, roundtables, research paper presentations, and electronic posters. To find out more and to submit a proposal, visit the ACTFL website. All proposals were due by January 14th, 2015.

Planning for the Learner

Critical Thinking in the German Language Classroom See More

Digital Humanities and German Studies See More

Journalism Techniques for the Mediation of Intercultural Communication and FL Competencies See More

Multilingualism in German Language and Culture Curricula See More

The Return of the One Room Schoolhouse See More

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Learning and Teaching

Best Practices for Promoting Cultural Literacy in Beginning German Language Instruction See More

Civil Disobedience in the GDR from Its Beginning to Its Fall See More

Digital Games as Practices and Texts: Bringing New Genres into the German Classroom See More

Elementary Bilingual/FLES Programs See More

German Poetry in the K-12 Classroom See More

Language Acquisition in the Online Environment See More

Literatur und Film als Medium zum Sprachenlernen in der Grundschule See More

The World at Your Fingertips: Using Authentic E-Resources in the German Classroom See More

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Food for Thought: Kulinaristik im Klassenzimmer See More

My Teacher Always Gives Me a C! See More

Standards-Based vs. Proficiency-Based Grading See More

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Best Practices in Sustaining and Growing German Programs See More

Community and Collaboration: The City - Our Classroom! See More

Developing Language Skills and Cultural Awareness through STEM Content See More

From Graduate Assistant to Tenured Professor: Nurturing Collaboration in Today’s German Programs See More

German Program Growth through STEM: Challenges and Best Practices See More

Inspire New German Teachers – Recruit and Maintain Quality Educators See More

Publicity & Strength through Student Advocacy: Rethinking Traditional Ways of Outreach See More

Successful Strategies for Training Graduate Teaching Assistants See More

Teaching German in Real Life: Ideas for New Educators from Experienced Teachers See More

Theories & Practices to Connect German to the Liberal Arts See More

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