2019 Spring Conference Call For Proposals Deadline Friday, March 1st
Please fill out the fields below about the workshop you propose to present.
All sessions are 45 minutes.

These workshops will be offered in the afternoon at 1:35 or 2:25.

Conference Location: Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, OK
Conference Date: Saturday, April 13th 9:00 - 3:45

IMPORTANT NOTE TO PRESENTERS:

OFLTA's focus this conference is continuing our study of ACTFL's High Leverage Teaching Practices. Workshops should tie into 1 of the 6 High Leverage Teaching Practices.
( click here to view the HLTP: https://www.actfl.org/publications/books-and-brochures/enacting-the-work-language-instruction-high-leverage-teaching-practices)
OFLTA is committed to supporting world languages teachers by providing quality professional development opportunities. The goal for our conference sessions is to equip teachers to increase their students’ proficiency in the target language(s) through the following:

· Understanding of second language acquisition theories

· Teaching methodologies and activities that support teachers in providing students with comprehensible input

· Performance-based activities and assessments

· Standards-based lessons

· Using authentic resources in the classroom

. Advocacy

. High Leverage Teaching Practices (ACTFL)


Please consider sharing your successful experience and expertise in these areas with your world language teaching colleagues by submitting a proposal to present at our conference.

Note that all presenters must be members of OFLTA and must also register for the conference. Both may be done at www.oflta.org

Please fill out the form for each session you propose to present. If you are co-presenting, only one person from your group needs to fill out the form, but include full contact information for all presenters.

At the end of the conference, please make your presentation available to Jasmin Cook, our Social Media Chair, to be published on our website and our closed Facebook group "OK World Languages".

If you have any questions about this conference please contact our Executive Secretary-Treasurer, Whitney Stafford-Najibi, and she will get your question to the correct board member.

Your name *
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Co-presenter(s) name(s)
If applicable
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Your school *
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Your contact information *
Please include an email and a phone number. If there is more than one presenter, please put their contact information here too.
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Workshop Title (the way it will appear in the conference agenda): *
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A summary of the workshop in 50 words or less. *
Please include what participants will learn, take away, how it relates to proficiency or the ACTFL High Leverage Teaching Practices, etc . . .
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Which High Leverage Teaching Practice does this workshop best represent? *
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Please describe the targeted ACTFL level of proficiency (novice, intermediate, advanced), and how does this workshop supports moving students to higher levels of proficiency (50 words or less). *
Please include specific communication mode(s) this session will address.
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Who is your audience? *
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What language(s) does this workshop apply to? *
If any language teacher would benefit from your presentation, put "all".
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In what language will conduct your workshop? *
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What kind(s) of technology do you need? *
Please select all that apply. There will be internet that day.
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Please indicate if you are willing to share presentation materials in digital form. We will not have access to printers/copiers at the site.
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We appreciate your willingness to present at the OFLTA Spring Conference on April 13th at Oral Roberts University You will be contacted about your presentation after our March 1st deadline for proposals. Please make sure that you have provided us with your contact information. If your situation changes, please contact Lynn Robertson at
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