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Call for Proposals - 2019 Convention

AATG Sessions for the 2019 ACTFL Convention and World Languages Expo are designed to showcase and inspire the innovative and resourceful teaching and research in our profession. The sessions listed below have been organized and members interested in presenting in these organized sessions are invited to submit short descriptions (250 words) for presentation ideas to individual session organizers by January 4, 2019.

In addition, there is also an open call to all AATG Members for proposals for sessions, roundtables, practice-oriented paper presentations, research-oriented paper presentations, and electronic posters addressing areas of their interest and expertise. Find details here.

Please note that that all proposals undergo a blind review by both AATG and ACTFL program committee members, and no sessions are guaranteed inclusion in the program. All AATG sessions must include more than one presenter. All presenters must be members of AATG. Final submission deadline for proposals is January 11, 2019.

Articulation and Collaboration

Fresh Voices and New Perspectives in German Teaching See More

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Innovative Use of Technology

Fostering Communicative Competence and Interaction in Our Online German Courses See More

Language Learning on the Go: The Highs and Lows of Teaching Distance and Hybrid Language Courses See More

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Interculturality

30 Years Without a Wall: Integrate Recent Political and Social Issues in the German Class See More

Before the Wall Came Down - Stories from East and West Germany See More

Collaborating to Develop Intercultural Competence in the K-16 German Curriculum See More

Diversity and Inclusion in the German Curriculum See More

Engaging Host Communities – Service Learning in Germany See More

First Encounter: German Immigrants and Their Encounters in the New World See More

German Programs in Collaboration with World Languages See More

The Middle Ages for Young Readers See More

Staging Migration: Drama-Based Pedagogy for Linguistic and Intercultural Competence See More

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Languages Across the Curriculum

German for the Professions on All Levels See More

Where is the Learning in Service-Learning Projects in German Courses? See More

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Leadership and Advocacy

Where to Find and How to Get Project Fundings for Saturday Schools - Panel Discussion See More

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Literacy

Didaktisieren wir! Creating Targeted Activities for Learning with Current Authentic Materials See More

Migration, Refugees, and the Migrant Experience in Multimedia Texts See More

Promoting Literacy through Research-Driven Grammar Instruction See More

Secrets, Spies, and Solidarity: German-American Connections in Deutschland 83 and 86! See More

Vom Buch zum Film und vom Gedicht zum Lied: Lehr- und Lernmaterialien für den DACH-Unterricht See More

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Personalized Learning

Amplifying Grenzenlos Deutsch: Inclusivity through Feminist Pedagogy (Sponsored by Women in German) See More

Creative Writing Strategies in the Classroom See More

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Proficiency-Oriented Language Instruction

Authentic Texts for Cultural Competency See More

Evidence-Based Vocabulary Instruction in L2 German See More

GOAL! Get Your Students Communicating with German Soccer! See More

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Program and/or Educator Effectiveness

German for Professional Purposes: Career Ready through German See More

Helpful Hints for Beginning Teachers See More

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Teacher Preparation

Preparing German Teachers for the 21st Century See More

Teaching Protest Cultures in East and West Germany See More

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