COERLL @ ACTFL 2017 Convention
This year at the annual convention for the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), COERLL will be sharing a booth with the 15 other federally funded language resource centers (LRCs). Come visit to find out more about all of the materials and events the centers produce, and receive a free USB drive!
COERLL representatives will also be at the following sessions:
FREE STANDARDS-BASED LANGUAGE TEACHING RESOURCES FROM THE LRCS
Sat, 11/18: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM in Music City Center room 205B with Mandy Gettler (CASLS), Carl Blyth (COERLL), Joy Campbell (CLEAR), Karin Larson (CARLA), and Margaret Malone (AELRC)
Come learn about free standards-based resources for teachers available from 16 Language Resource Centers funded by the Department of Education: no-cost teacher resource guides and manuals, online materials and assessments in specific languages, and more for teachers of all levels and languages. URLs for downloadable resources are provided.
EASILY TEACH THE QUIJOTE WITH FREE OPEN ED CURRICULUM AND RESOURCES
Sat, 11/18: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM in Music City Center room 106C with Rose Potter (University of Texas at Austin) and Betsy Arnold
Does Siglo de Oro literature intimidate you as much as your students? Discover free online resources that personalize learning, promote critical and creative thinking, motivate learner autonomy and offer academic support. Diverse activities build reader confidence and encourage a deep exploration and understanding of 11 chapters of the Quixote.
Sat, 11/18: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM in Music City Center room 202C with William Nichols (CULTR), Carl Blyth (COERLL), Julio Rodriguez (NFLRC), and Chantelle Warner (CERCLL)
The panel will bring together four Title VI Language Resource Centers to showcase free technology projects with a live demonstration. The tools will address various areas of interest to k-16 language instructors including professional development, project-based learning, cultural literacy, reading proficiency, and online education.