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Call for Papers: AATSP 12th Biennial Northeast Regional Conference

4/19/2019 » 4/20/2019
2019 Second Language Acquisition (SLA) Symposium

4/25/2019 » 4/27/2019
Atlanta Annual Global Studies Symposium

4/30/2019
CFP: II International Conference on Revitalization of Indigenous and Minoritized Languages

5/1/2019
AATSP Awards Deadline

2019 Conference Workshops

2019 AATSP CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS

In addition to the regular conference sessions that are included in your registration fee, the 2019 AATSP Conference Program includes half-day workshops that are three-hours in length. Workshops are included in the program in order to provide participants with an interactive and in-depth exploration of a specific topic related to the teaching of language, culture, or literature. Workshop participants generally receive handouts of materials that can be readily adapted to the classroom.

Workshops are ticketed events and require conference registration and a separate fee to attend. Participants may attend only those workshops for which they have registered.

 

Monday, July 8, 2019

9:00am – 12:00pm


W-1
$35.00
LEVEL UP! RX for a Tired Curriculum. Invite Student Engagement through Meaningful Curriculum and Rewarding Proficiency-Based Outcomes

Presenter: Linda L. Egnatz; Lincoln Way West High School; Frankfort, IL

If your classroom seems lethargic, it's time to rehabilitate. Inject a dose of caring heart, add 21st century relevance, provide a diet of higher interest input and engage learners with collaborative and therapeutic activities. This workshop can help you boost energy by understanding the dynamics of Generation Z, acquire pathway strategies to teach for proficiency, reconstruct traditional units using AP Themes and UNESCO Sustainable Development Goals, build a technology toolbox for interpretive, interpersonal and presentational tasks, and then assess for a great reward.

 

Monday, July 8, 2019

1:00pm – 4:00pm
 

W-2 $35.00 
“Yo hablo el español de mi pueblo”: Un currículo consciente para los hablantes de herencia

Presenter: Gabriela MorenoNew Mexico State University; Las Cruces, NM

Un currículo eficiente cumple con las necesidades del estudiante hablante de herencia e imparte desde una conciencia cultural y lingüística, implementa un marco teórico que incluye la validación y afirmación de la lengua del estudiante, y presenta metodología que forma puentes entre diferentes ámbitos. El siguiente taller propone explorar estrategias que se utilizan para ofrecer un curso consciente a las sensibilidades del estudiante. Se brindan herramientas, recursos y prácticas para crear actividades efectivas. Those receiving credit via NMSU for attending the conference must attend either W-2 or W-3. If you are a NMSU graduate student, please contact Jeff Longwell at jelongwe@nmsu.edu for instructions on how to register for this workshop and receive credit.

 

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

9:00am – 12:00pm

 

W-3 $35.00
Turn on Spanish and Portuguese Learning Experiences in Your Classroom Using Technology Your Students Already Bring with Them!

Presenter: Jeff Longwell; New Mexico State University; Las Cruces, NM

This workshop encourages Spanish and Portuguese teachers to have students use their technology in the classroom and not put it away. We will discover ways to help students use their own devices in class that will then encourage them to extend their learning of languages beyond the classroom in their everyday lives. We will see how to make activities, use readily available apps and other programs to engage with languages and cultures. Participants are encouraged to bring their own devices, pictures, selfies, videos, etc. to put it to use in this hands-on experience! Those receiving credit via NMSU for attending the conference must attend either W-2 or W-3. If you are a NMSU graduate student, please contact Jeff Longwell at jelongwe@nmsu.edu for instructions on how to register for this workshop and receive credit.

 

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

9:00am – 12:00pm

 

W-4 $35.00 
Teaching Human Rights and Fascism in Spanish: From the Spanish Civil War to Nuremberg and Beyond

Presenters: Peter Neil Carroll; Stanford University; Stanford, CA; Juli Highfill; University of Michigan; Ann Arbor, MI

This workshop, offered by the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives (ALBA), introduces a carefully curated set of compelling resources allowing teachers to introduce essential questions related to human rights and world fascism, starting with the experience of US volunteers in the Spanish Civil War, through World War II and the Cold War to the present day. Participants develop lessons that help develop students’ Spanish skills and allow them to become conscious and effective global citizens.


Wednesday, July 10, 2019

1:00pm – 4:00pm

 

W-5 $35.00 
Motivating the 21st Century  Language Learner: Making Spanish as a Second Language Desirable Once Again!

Presenters: Lee-ann M. Pierre; Bishop Anstey Association; Trincity, Trinidad & Tobago; Jadelle Holder; Bishop Anstey Association; Trincity, Trinidad & Tobago

According to a 2015 article in The Atlantic, the number of language enrollments in higher education in the U.S. declined by more than 111,000 spots between 2009 and 2013; the first drop since 1995. Languages are dying and there is mounting evidence that less and less students are pursuing languages, once it is no longer mandatory. This workshop intends to equip Spanish teachers with instructional skills to motivate students to voluntarily pursue foreign languages beyond the mandatory years. Teachers will engage in a variety of hands-on, innovative strategies to engage their students. These will include creative online and offline assessment strategies and game-based learning, specifically geared towards teaching the 21st century learner.

 

Thursday, July 11, 2019

9:00am – 12:00pm

W-6 $35.00 
Promoting Deep Processing in the L2 Classroom

Presenters: Ronald Philip LeowGeorgetown University; Washington, DC;  Celia Chomón Zamora; Oakcrest School; Vienna, VA

Want to get your students to be cognitively engaged in the classroom? We will first provide a succinct report of a theoretical model of the L2 learning process, empirical studies to underscore the role of depth of processing, and samples of tasks or activities theoretically-driven and empirically support to promote robust learning. Attendees will then work in groups to design tasks or activities for their classrooms and share these projects with each other.

 

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