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Planned Sessions for ACTFL 2016

The AATG Annual Meeting Program Committee has organized a number of planned sessions for the 2016 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 are invited to submit abstracts (250 words) to individual session chairs by December 23, 2015. Some session organizers may accept abstracts until January 3, 2016. Please check directly with the session organizer, whose contact information is listed in the session description. 

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 groups according to thematic keywords.

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 are due by January 13, 2016.

Articulation and Collaboration

Articulation and Collaboration: Creating a Continuum of Learning See More

German Studies and Curriculum in the New Millennium See More

Making an Impact through Collaboration See More

The CEFR Enhances Students’ Engagement and Reflection See More

The New AP® German Language and Culture Exam See More

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Assessment and Feedback

The Impact of the ACTFL OPI on Testing and Teaching: Where We Are Now See More

The Visual Language Learner See More

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Heritage Language Instruction

German Heritage Language Schools in the US: What is their Future? See More

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Innovative Use of Technology

Face to Face, Online, or MOOC— How the Format Impacts Content, Objectives, Assignments, and Assessments See More

Introducing New Technologies into the Language Learning Curriculum: The Case for Mobile Learning See More

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Gender and the Modern Family in the German Curriculum See More

Jewish Life in Germany: Today and Reflections of the Past See More

Multiculturalism in Germany: Teaching Cultural Diversity See More

Research Paper Presentations on Cultural Memory See More

Teaching Intercultural Learning: Getting the Most out of Study Abroad See More

Teaching the Syrian Refugee Crisis in the DACHL Curriculum See More

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Languages Beyond the Classroom

Building Communities beyond the Classroom See More

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Leadership and Advocacy

Dare to Lead and Advocate See More

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Bildung aus der Sprechblase: Graphic Novels in the German Classroom See More

Developing Multiple Literacies through Theater in the Undergraduate German Curriculum See More

Die Friedliche Revolution und die deutsche Wiedervereinigung See More

Film, Media, and Popular Culture in Language Teaching and Learning See More

Introducing and Teaching Berlin Culture Courses See More

Jugendliteratur See More

Making Connections through Literature See More

MINTing the German Classroom! See More

Project-based Learning in German for Business or Engineering See More

STEM, STEAM and Sustainability See More

Women and Material Objects in the Fairy Tale World: Feminist Work in New Materialism See More

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Personalized Learning

Personalized Learning: Online Programs See More

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Materials Development: The Beginning or the End of the Language Textbook? See More

The Role of Corrective Feedback in Second Language Acquisition See More

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Standards-Based Instructional Design

Incorporating World Readiness Standards into the German Classroom See More

Technology and the World-Readiness Standards See More

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Teacher Preparation

Graduate Programs in German and Fostering the Next Generation of German Language Educators See More

Reconciling Contemporary Teaching Methods with Current Textbooks See More

The Growth Mindset - Professional Development for German See More

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