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Connect with colleagues this weekend at SCOLT in Myrtle Beach

Tuesday, March 19, 2019  
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Will you be at the Southern Conference on Language Teaching in Myrtle Beach this week?

Join 2018 AATG Outstanding German Educator Lisa Worthington-Groce and AATG Executive Director Keith Cothrun for their session Deutschlandjahr: Building Bridges across the Atlantic and Across the US on Friday, March 22, at 3:10 pm in Room 102. And be sure to stop by the AATG booth!

Other presentations of interest to teachers of German:

  • Developing Performance from Novice to Intermediate, Paul Sandrock
  • Understanding Georgia’s DLI Revolution: A Family Affair, Patrick Wallace
  • Conversation Circles 2.0, Lawrence Land
  • Four Steps to Encourage Transformative Learning in L2, Birgit Jensen
  • Access to a Seal of Bilteracy—Solutions for ALL Learners, Patrick Wallace
  • Facilitating Target Language Comprehensibility, Paul Sandrock
  • The Role of Grammar: Lead or Support?, Greta Lundgaard
  • Supporting an Engaging, Interactive, and Student-Centered Learning Environment, Karin Woodrum
  • Let’s Teach! From Form and Function to Testing and Talking, Dylan Goldblatt
  • Planning for Proficiency with the Brain in Mind, Greta Lundgaard
  • Musik der DDR—Dance Dance Revolution oder Friedliche Revolution?,Anja Moore
  • Achtung Translation! On Using Translations in FL Lit Classes, Horst Kurz
  • What Can Goethe Do for You?, Eileen Sellman
  • Empowering Students Lightens Our Load, Helene Rhodes
  • Exploring Cultural Masterpieces is Like Making a Great Sandwich, Effie Hall

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