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Connect with colleagues at the Northeast Conference, February 7-9

Tuesday, February 5, 2019  
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Connect with colleagues this weekend at the Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, at the New York Hilton Midtown in New York, NY. This year's theme is Authentic Language, Authentic Learning. You can register on site.

Join AATG Executive Director Keith Cothrun for the session Deutschlandjahr: Building Bridges across the Atlantic and across the U.S. on Friday, February 8 at 1:00 pm in the Americas Hall 2-1 on the 3rd Floor. And be sure to stop by the AATG booth!

Other workshops and sessions of special interest for German teachers include:

  •  Picturing Culture: Developing Visual Literacy in Language Classes through Art, Gisela Hoecherl-Alden and Kathy Fegely
  •  Simulating Authenticity: Intercultural Learning in Immersion Classrooms, Elena Alston
  • Collaboration Across States, Disciplines, and Students: A German STEM Weekend, Cindi Hodgdon and Niko Tracksdorf
  • The Best Language Teacher Might Be Right Next Door, Katrina Griffin and Thomas Sauer
  • Linking Grammar and Culture Learning by Using Authentic Texts, Olga Liamkina
  • Student-Created Websites: An Example of Project-Based Learning, Viktoria Harms
  • Bridging the High School-College Gap with Authentic Materials, Cynthia Chalupa and Christopher Gwin
  • Beyond Landeskunde: Enhancing Multiple Literacies through Multimodal Projects, Diane Richardson and Kristin Lange
  • Vocational Orientation in Higher Education Curricula, Matthias Prikoszovits
  • Exploring Cultural Masterpieces is Like Making a Great Sandwich, Effie Hall
  • Bad News from Nature: Franz Hohler's "Weltuntergang", Rosmarie Morewedge
  • Unlocking Authentic Speaking: Discourse Markers Are the Key, Lauren Novak Krause 
  • Labkovski Project: Synthesizing Language, Art, and History in L2 Classrooms, Xenia Harwell and Diane Richardson
  • Exploring the Rhine River, Colette Van Kerckvoorde
  • Dictionaries and Google Translate: Using Them as Teaching Tools, Susanne Nimmrichter
  • Authentic Language for Specific Purposes: Using Authentic Documents for STEM, Niko Tracksdorf and  colleagues
  • Adapting Story Content: Intermedia Projects across Platforms in Language Classrooms, Nicolay Ostrau, Angineh Djavadghazaryans, and Lauren Brooks
  • Authentic Materials: The Importance of Contextualized Design and Meaningful Integration, Jutta Schmiers-Heller and colleagues

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