Are you going to CSCTFL (Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) March 12-14th in Minneapolis? If so, don't miss all of our excellent WTL contributors who will presenting there. Maris Hawkins has put together this list to guide you as you pick your sessions! Workshops on March 12, 2020 Linda Egnatz … Continue reading We Teach Languages at CSCTFL 2020
Are you going to NECTFL (Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) February 13-14th in New York City? If so, don't miss all of our excellent WTL contributors who will presenting there. Maris Hawkins has put together this list to guide you as you pick your sessions! Pre-Conference Workshops on Thursday, February 13 … Continue reading We Teach Languages at NECTFL 2020
Will you be at the ACTFL (American Council for the Teaching of Foreign Languages) convention in Washington DC next week? As you are planning your calendar, keep in mind that many of our We Teach Languages podcast contributors will be there as well. In fact, Maris Hawkins put together a Google Doc listing all of … Continue reading WTL at ACTFL ’19 in DC
Last year, in response to Episode 49: Multiliteracies and CARLA Resources for Teachers with Kate PaesaniProfessor Elyse Petit wrote a guest article for our Midweek News #9.
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Last year, in response to Episode 46: Labor Issues and Language Teaching with Mura Nava, Marc Jones, whom you can find on Twitter @11thhourspecial, wrote a guest article for our Midweek News #6.
In this post, Stacey recommends four We Teach Languages episodes about emphasizing real communication and comprehensible input over traditional grammar instruction. https://weteachlang.com/2019/04/05/recommendations-stacey-getting-started
In this ACTFL18 BONUS episode, Stacey talks about three things you should do if you will be attending the 2018 convention of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages in new Orleans this week.
For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2018/11/12/actfl18-bonus
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