2019 Comprehensible Midwest Conference September 27, 28 & 29 | Session Proposal Form
Thank you for your interest in proposing a session for the second annual Comprehensible Midwest Conference on Saturday, October 6th at at University School of Milwaukee.

We are seeking 60 and 90 minute session proposals that are highly interactive, focused on implementing acquisition-based teaching in ways that allow each student to access the curriculum and feel joy and success in language learning.

The conference will have two different tracks for attendees to follow: Beginner and Experienced. Beginners are those who have been dabbling in TPRS/CI, not completely comfortable with the basics of TPRS/CI full time in your classes, or have not been to a training. Experienced teachers have been using TPRS/CI for at least a year full time in all their classes, have been to a TPRS/CI training, and are comfortable with the basic strategies.

The deadline to propose a session is May 30, 2019.

Your submission of the session proposal gives permission to be recorded or photographed. If you prefer to opt out of this, please contact us at comprehensiblemidwest@gmail.com.

Please remember to register for the conference by following the link on the conference website: https://cimidwest.weebly.com/

If you have questions, please contact comprehensiblemidwest@gmail.com.

Don't forget to follow and share: @cimidwest on Twitter and @comprehensiblemidwest on Facebook.

Thank you!

Grant Boulanger, Haiyun Lu and the CI Midwest Organizing Team


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Co-Presenter's Bio:
Example: Elizabeth Dentlinger currently works for the Colfax-Mingo CSD as a Spanish teacher. Elizabeth holds a Master's of Education in World Language Instruction from Concordia College and her Bachelor's of Education in Spanish, English, and Communications from Western Michigan University. Elizabeth has teaching experience in Iowa and Michigan, as well as internationally in Spain, in Spanish and English Language Arts. This is Elizabeth's third year working with CI/TPRS methods and she shares her teaching journey at SraDentlinger.wordpress.com.
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