IATLC Call for Presentation Proposals
Please read the instructions carefully and consult the recommended guidelines for successful proposals. We look forward to reading about what you'd like to share with our members!

Submission forms are due no later than Thursday, September, 26th, 2019.

*Please note that IATLC uses that same selection process and rubric as the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL)*
Email address *
First and Last Name *
Your answer
Preferred Phone Number *
Your answer
Name of Your School or Organization *
Your answer
Target Audience *
Indicate the appropriate audience level (K-8, K-12, Higher Education, All Education Levels). Is your presentation targeted at all language educators or one language in particular?
Your answer
In what language will you present? *
English, Spanish, Chinese, etc.
Your answer
General Proposal Guidelines:
1. All proposal information should be submitted in English so that reviewers may properly evaluate the content according to the selection rubric. If the presenter would like the information to be accessible in his/her target language for later use, the information may be submitted in both English and the target language.

2. Presentations may be given in languages other than English.

3. All proposal information should be ‘print ready’ for promotional use in professional English.

4. Use the third person formal (The presenter will….).

5. Avoid symbols and abbreviations (#&@ or ‘lang’).

6. Spell out any acronyms the first time to inform the reader (‘Idaho Association of Teachers of Language and Culture’ versus ‘IATLC’)

7. Potential presenters should ensure that they have registered at the time of proposal submittal to be in good standing as IATLC members (new/renewing members). Payment is not required at this time.

8. Please submit the completed proposal form no later than Wednesday, September, 18th, 2019 to be considered as a presenter. No late submissions will be accepted unless the Executive Board decides to extend the submission window due to cancellations.
Presentation Proposal Rubric
Please review the rubric BEFORE submitting your proposal to understand expectations for presenters: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BSDf-kv0cRY0L_BB1FL3yuoT8JK2xh38J2evTZal1u0/edit?usp=sharing
Title of Presentation in English/Bilingual Title (75 characters) *
Your answer
Session Description for Promotional Use. This should be PRINT READY. *
Please note there is a limit of 500 characters – character count includes spaces and punctuation marks. It should give an accurate, clear and concise description of what will be presented and how attendees will participate. What takeaways will attendees receive? Sell your session!
Your answer
Content and Purpose: What will your presentation focus on and what new insights will it provide? *
Please note there is a limit of 1,000 characters – character count includes spaces and punctuation marks. The content and purpose must be in English and should give the reader insight as to the relevance of the proposal in today’s language teaching and learning landscape. It should be clear and specific. It should show originality and provide new insight into the topic based on current practices. The content and purpose must clearly align with the selected audience. What you write in this section is for selection purposes only. Sell the committee on your session!
Your answer
Outcomes: What will participants learn or be able to do after attending your session? *
Please note there is a limit of 500 characters – character count includes spaces and punctuation marks. Similar to Can-Do Statements, please explain what three take-aways participants will gain from your session.
Your answer
Strategies for Engagement: How will you actively engage participants as part of your session? *
Please note there is a limit of 1,000 characters – character count includes spaces and punctuation marks. Describe your specific strategies for delivering information, offering practice and application, peer-to-peer and facilitator feedback, etc. Sessions should not be strictly lectures. Thank you!
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Submit a brief bio about your professional background for Sched, our conference management system. *
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What equipment will your presentation require? For yourself or for the attendees? *
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