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CFP: Kentucky World Language Association 2015 Fall Conference
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The conference theme this year is Communicate. Collaborate. Captivate. Building bridges to proficiency.

4/30/2015
When: 4/30/2015
Where: Ramada Plaza Hotel
Louisville, Kentucky 
United States

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Kentucky World Language Association

2015 Conference: September 24-26, 2015

Louisville, KY

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Call for Proposals - March 1 through April 30 - We want you to submit a proposal for the 2015 KWLA Fall Conference! The conference theme this year is Communicate. Collaborate. Captivate. Building bridges to proficiencyProposals should be submitted and fit into the theme’s key words based on our scoring rubric. There will be two options for proposals – a one hour session, or a three hour workshop (including pre-conference workshops). Please consider this when making your proposal. Also this year we are wishing to tie the sessions and workshops to the TPGES domains for public school teachers – you will be asked to self-assign a TPGES domain to your proposal (this should be self-explanatory for those not familiar with the system). Finally, we welcome proposals for sessions/workshops in English or the target language - please consider this when making your proposal. Those submitting a proposal must agree that if selected, they will attend the fall conference in Louisville, be or become a member of KWLA, and if selected, be able to represent KWLA at the SCOLT Conference in 2016 as Best of Kentucky.

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