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American Councils NEWL Weekend Seminars for (Portuguese) Teachers
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American Councils for International Education, ACTR/ACCELS will offer a weekend seminar for teachers of Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Portuguese, and Russian interested in the National Examinations in World Languages (NEWL™).

10/22/2016 to 10/23/2016
When: Saturday, October 22, 2016
Where: Washington, District of Columbia 
United States

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American Councils for International Education, ACTR/ACCELS will offer a weekend seminar for teachers of Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Portuguese, and Russian interested in the National Examinations in World Languages (NEWL™). 

The NEWL assessments are standards and proficiency-based and reflect today's best practices in language assessment. During the two-day seminar, participants will gain an understanding of the core design and content of the proficiency-based NEWL assessments, as they relate to course curriculum, exam content, online administration and scoring. Special attention will be given to incorporate local conditions into the design and planning of proficiency-based curriculum, as teachers gain an understanding of and experience with the four sections of the exam. Upon completion of the seminar, participants will receive a certificate of participation and of qualification to administer National Examinations in World Languages (NEWL™) Series at their home schools.

October 22-23, 2016
Washington, D.C.
Registration Fee: $250

Deadine to apply is October 14, 2016. For more information contact Huma Manati.

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