Get to know our 2020 Keynote: Leslie Grahn
Leslie Grahn has twenty-seven years of language teaching experience at the middle and high school levels and twelve years of experience at the central office level. Leslie has been a course instructor on foreign language teaching methods and differentiated instruction and frequent presenter at state, regional, and national conferences. Co-author of The Keys to Strategies for Language Instruction, Leslie will be our Keynote Speaker and will be holding workshops/sessions at #MCTLC20. Check out her work!
Will be presenting sessions and workshops
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The Distance Between Us: Navigating Heritage Language Teaching
Marta Silva, University of Kansas City, MO & Adrienne Brandenburg,
Support High Leverage Teaching Practices with Inquiry-Based Lesson Plans
Amy Hornby Uribe, Winona State University
Latinxvoices, Agents of Change, Policy Makers, Emerging Classroom Leaders
Abelardo Almazán-Vázquez (The Putney School) William Yepes (Shady Hill Schoo) Marialuisa DiStefano (UMass Amherst)
Making Memories: The Class Yearbook
Jessie Oelke, Janesville Waldorf Pemberton High School
Using Tasks to Bridge Input and Output for Proficiency Development
Ayumi Stockman, Minnesota Department of Education
Developing Authentic Lessons Part 1 (Daily Objectives & Lesson Planning)
Kara Parker & Megan Smith
Building the Foundation: Elementary Novice LOW Learners
Julie Speno Mundo de Pepita
Making the Most of your Textbook: Analyzing and Adapting Interpretive Communication Activities
Healing from COVID: How to Create Strong Community
Tiering Tasks and Texts to Challenge
Developing Authentic Lessons Part 2 (Daily Objectives & Lesson Planning)
Kara Parker & Megan Smith
Building the Foundation: Elementary Novice MID Learners
Kia D. London
In the Heritage Classroom: Growing Literacy Skills that Transfer
Jen Lopez, Cristo Rey Jesuit High School
Achieving What is Possible: Intermediate and Advanced Levels in Action
Planning for Growth in Language Proficiency in Online and Blended Environments
From Authentic Resources to
Cristin Bleess, Wayside Publishing
Hmong Grant Workshop
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