Session Proposal - GWATFL 2020 Spring Conference
The GWATFL Spring Conference will be held on April 18th, 2020 from 9:00 AM-2:30 PM. The sessions are 50-minute long, and all presenters have a discounted rate of $25, with an accepted session. Breakfast, coffee, and lunch are included!
We welcome all proposals – those with a connection to our theme, "Many Languages, Many Ways, Many Students," as well as those that address topics of general interest in the language education field.
Submissions are due by February 28, 2020. Presenters will receive an e-mail informing if the session has been accepted.
Thank you for your proposal!
Abstract for Conference Program
Please describe your session in no more than 100 words (to be published on the Conference program)
State three Learning Objectives (20 words max. each)
State what is unique and new about your session
Please describe in 100 words max.
Would you present your session twice, if needed?
Name of the Lead Presenter
Name of Additional Presenters, if any
Affiliation/ Organization or School of Lead Presenter
Affiliation/ Organization or School of Additional Presenters, if any
Work Phone Number for Lead Presenter
Complete Work Address for Lead Presenter
E-mail Address of Lead Presenter
E-mail Address of Additional Presenters, if any
Home Phone or Mobile Number for Lead Presenter
Home Phone or Mobile Number for Additional Presenters, if any
Twitter Profile? (i.e. @gwatfl)
Private / Independent
Language in which Session is Presented
Language(s) of Examples Used
Levels Session Addresses
Community College/Adult Education
Program Session Addresses
World Language Class
Choose up to three (3) Strands
Articulation and Collaboration
Assessment and Feedback
Dual Language / Immersion Programs
Heritage Language Instruction
Innovative Use of Technology
Culture / Interculturality
Leadership and Advocacy
School and Global Communities
Strengthening Language Comprehension and Communication Skills
Using Authentic Resources
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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