Path to Proficiency 2019-2020
Location: The University of Delaware
Dates: Tuesday, August 6, 2019 & Wednesday, August 7, 2019 9:00am - 3:30pm
Saturday, October 19, 2019 9:00am - 12:00pm (optional 12:00-3:00pm work session)
Saturday, January 25, 2020 9:00am - 12:00pm (optional 12:00-3:00pm work session)
Saturday, April 25, 2020 9:00am - 12:00pm (optional 12:00-3:00pm work session)
Cost: Free for DeCTFL members; $20 fee for non-members, cash or check to University of Delaware due August 6, 2019
Clock Hours: 21-30 clock hours, depending on attendance

Please complete the following form as your signup to help us get to know who will be participating in the collaborative professional learning series this year. We will use the information to support planning our time working together. Contact Kate Dougherty, Andea LaCombe, and Basia Moltchanov at path.to.proficiency.k16@gmail.com.

Name *
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Email Address (Please provide an email address that you use year round) *
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Your school *
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Language(s) You Teach (Select all that apply) *
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Level(s) You Teach (Select all that apply) *
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Rank the topics in your order of interest from 1 to 7 (Choose one topic for each number) *
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7 Least Interested
Facilitate Target Language Comprehensibility/Teaching with Comprehensible Input
Guide Learners through Interpreting Authentic Texts
Design Oral Interpersonal Communication Tasks
Plan with a Backward Design Model
Teach Grammar as Concept and Use in Context
Provide Oral Corrective Feedback to Improve Learner Performance
Focus on Cultural Products, Practices, Perspectives in Dialogic Context/ACTFL Intercultural Communication Proficiency Benchmarks
How familiar are you with each of the topics? *
I am very familiar with and successfully use this practice; I may be willing to present or demonstrate this practice.
Familiar; I apply this practice in my classroom and I am looking to hone my skills by collaborating with colleagues.
Not very familiar; I'm interested in an introduction to applying this practice.
Other; please explain in comments section at the end of the survey.
Facilitate Target Language Comprehensibility/Teaching with Comprehensible Input
Guide Learners through Interpreting Authentic Texts
Design Oral Interpersonal Communication Tasks
Plan with a Backward Design Model
Teach Grammar as Concept and Use in Context
Providing Oral Corrective Feedback to Improve Learner Performance
Focusing on Cultural Products, Practices, Perspectives in Dialogic Context/ACTFL Intercultural Communication Proficiency Benchmarks
If there is interest, an option to work with colleagues to create lessons and materials for an additional three hours during the Saturday sessions will be provided. (Expect a bring-your-own, working lunch.) Are you interested? *
Do you have any comments or questions?
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