2019 FLENJ Annual Conference
Thank you for your interest in our conference, which is going to be held April 5 and April 6, 2019. Our invited sessions for Friday, April 5, have already been selected. We are now opening the call for proposals for the Saturday, April 6 sessions. The Proposals Committee looks forward to reading your proposal. Proposals are due October 1, 2018. On or about November 1, you will be informed whether your proposal is accepted or declined. To consult FLENJ's Conference Session Proposal Criteria, please go to https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZImBCSLqtx1twhxLHSUR4EF-SSqJQWxEJmOK1LdJOF0/edit?usp=sharing
Title and Affiliation (School or Employer)
Co-Presenter's Title and Affiliation (School or Employer)
Brief Description for Conference Program
Description of workshop.
Although the content of this section is not printed in our conference program, this content does give session evaluators a sense of its appropriateness for our audience. Please answer all prompts:
1. Describe your workshop, including hands-on activities, and how it connects to language proficiency and the National Standards.
2. How do you intend to engage your participants?
3. What are the outcomes for the participants?
4. In what language(s) will your examples be?
5. What are the age (ES, MS, HS, college) and proficiency levels (novice, intermediate, advanced) of the students in question?
Workshop (60 minutes)
Roundtable Discussion (60 minutes)
Tech Garden (informal drop ins during 60 minute block)
This session is designed for. . .
educators who are absolute beginners (who have little or no exposure to this topic)
educators who are at the intermediate level (who have prior exposure, but crave more resources and practice)
educators who are at the advanced level (who know content and best practices well but want to perfect their practice)
educators at any level or experience
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