The success of the annual CLTA conference is dependent on the feedback that we receive from our participants each year. The input we receive is carefully analyzed and incorporated into the planning of the following year’s conference.

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Thursday Workshops

AA1Sally Mearns-Making the Connection – World Language and the Common Core (Day 1)

A2Gloria Payette-Art for Communication – Part A

A3Gloria Payette-Art for Communication – Part B

A4Elizabeth Matchett-Common Core State Standard (CCSS)-Aligned Projects for Advanced Intermediate Students

A5Nancy Perez-Más que un enfoque

Friday-All Day Workshops

AA1-Sally Mearns-Making the Connection – World Language and the Common Core (Day 2)

B1-Catherine Ousselin-Thinking About Syncing? 

B2-Don Doehla, NBCT-Project-Based Learning for World Languages

B4-Svetlana Lazarova-Common Core, Meet World Languages!

Friday-Workshops C

C1-Barbara Peterson-Thirty Years and Counting: Best Practices of a Language Teacher Who Loves What She Does

C2-Yolanda Pineda-Vargas-Enhanced Spanish Learning through Creative and Collaborative Projects Developed in Small Groups during Class Session

C3-Bozo Dzakula-Selecting Authentic Materials, and Designing Tasks for Communicative Language Teaching

C4-Alice Lung-Tools behind Flipping the Classroom for Differentiated Instruction

C5-Bethany Thompson-Google Docs/Drive Basics (Novice Level)

Friday-Workshops D

D1-Carla Forchini, NBCT-21st Century Tech Tools for the World Language Classroom

D2-Bethany Thompson-Create an Engaging Classroom Website Using Google Sites

D3-Kristina Jenkins-Apprenons du Maroc

D4-Nereyda Maroot-¡Pequeñas ideas, grandes logros!

D5-Nancy Salsig-What’s So Scary About Common Core? Nothing!

Friday-Workshops E

E1-Shane Hildebrand-Best Technology Tools for a Project Based Learning Unit

E2-Terri Salsman de Rodriguex-Has My Teacher Flipped?

E3-Amy Kingsley-Transform Your Teaching Using Edmodo in the World Language Classroom

E4-Kevin Elstob-Shorts for French! Using Short Movies, Clips, and Commercials to Teach French

E5-Elva Mellor-Read Aloud – The Key to Three Types of Writing

E6-Inma Thompson-Bilingual Stories and Book Publishing

E9-Mary Louise Castillo-Doing it Vertically: Alignment, That Is!

Saturday-Sessions F

F 1-Mario Nuñez-Spanish in the Secondary Grades and the Common Core: What Are the Curricular Implications for the Spanish Classroom?

F 2-Lonnie Dai Zovi-Take a Tour Through Latin America History and Culture With Music

F 3-Contee Seely-Comprehensible Input for Optimal Acquisition and Fluency

F 4-Rachel Connell-Reach and Teach All Students

F 5-Shahnaz Ahmadeian Fard-Lesson Plan Generator

F 6-Michel Wolf-Comment va la France aujourd’hui?

F 7-Josefa Salvador-El lenguaje científico en el salón de español

F 8-Tomokazu Morikawa-Project-Based Learning for the 21st Century Japanese Classroom

F 9-Linda Hatamiya-Teaching Mandarin Chinese in an Engaging and Interactive Way

F10-Trinidad Rios-Common Core, Performance Tasks and World Languages

F11-Adriana Diaz-Ross-Blended Learning and Flipped Classroom in World Languages

F12-Paul Verduzco-HARDCORE Common Core

F13-Dora Schoenbrun-Fernandez-Creating Cultural Books and Diaries

Saturday-Sessions G

G 1-Yolanda Pineda-Vargas-La acentuación: una situación por resolver

G 2-Carolyn Moir-Intrigue and Alliances – The Catholic Kings: The Real Story

G 3-Robert Harrell-Re-Visiting a Text for Ideas, Big and Small

G 4-Jeffrey Reeder-Developing Student Speaking in the AP Spanish Language and Culture Course

G 5-Greta Lundgaard-What Is It to Learn a Word? Vocabulary Acquisition for 21st Century Learners

G 6-Louisa Walker-Making Novels Comprehensible in the Beginning World Language Classsroom

G 7-Christine Lanphere-Engaging Learners by Using the Target Language: Tips for Creating an Immersion Environment from Day 1

G 8-Akiko Soda-Formative Assessments Using Technology

G 9-Pablo Oliva-It Takes Two to Tango: Integrating Content and Language (Spanish) at the University

G10-Svetlana J. Lazarova-Swimming Freely in the “C” of Common Core

G11-Mireille McNabb-Using Pictures to Enhance Communication in the Three Modes

G12-Luz Chung-El club de literatura en español: Heritage Language Support for Adolescent Latino Students

G13-Jorge Vargas-Google Classroom: Going Paperless

G14-Wei Kelly-Make Learning Mandarin Pinyin and Characters Easy and Fun!

Saturday-Sessions H

H 1-Elizabeth Sacco-The Essential Question – The Glue that Binds Our Lesson

H 2-Deborah Thompson-Building Literacy in the Spanish Classroom: It Can be Done!

H 3-Marie Louise Baez-Critical Thinking in the Language Classroom

H 4-Meadow Pritchett-Passeport Parisien: Comment aller d’ici-là

H 5-Jordan Ashwood-The Formula for Successful Language Immersion – at Home and Abroad

H 6-Christiane Frederickson-Vorwärts zur Vergangenheit: Methodik mit Pfiff

H 7-Nicholas Manjoine-Strategies to Strengthen Student Presentational Speaking in AP World Language Classrooms

H 8-Amanda Rollins-Advocacy and Support with the Japan Foundation

H 9-Chi-Ping Shih-Integrating Multimedia and Apps (Mobile-Learning) in Teaching Chinese Characters

H10-Hee Ju-How to Develop Authentic Materials for Korean Standards-Based Curriculum

H11-Joshua Cohen-From Boring to Flooring: A New Twist on Dictation

H12-Marie Bertola-Focus on Writing

H13-Kazue Masuyama-Peer Teaching and Learning: Effective Strategies to Internationalize the Campus

H14-Linda L. Carpenter-Global Education Beyond the Classroom: How to Build Excitement in a World Language Program

Saturday-Sessions I

I 1-Brian Whitfield-Create Your Own Day of the Dead Event 

I 2-Ann Sittig-El Camino de Santiago: Virtual or Actual Pilgrimage in Spain

I 3-Jennene AtenIncrease Writing Competence the Fun Way! (Part 1)

I 4-Marcia Arndt-Demystifying AP World Languages and Cultures (Part 1)

I 5-Seda Dallakyan-Formative Assessment in Teaching Writing

I 6-Thomas Vidal-Accessing Resources Online and Using New Technologies in the French Classroom

I 7-Greta Lundgaard-Yes, We Can! We Can Develop a Proficiency-Based Learning Plan

I 8-Yoshiko Saito-Abbott-Developing Online Teacher Resources for Maximizing Students’ Performance

I 9-Annie Tyner-Where Sitting is the Exception: Creating a Kinesthetic, High-Achieving Classroom

I10-Cong-Kai Jin-Adapting Lesson Planning and Four Activities for Digital Natives of Different Learning Styles

I11-Scott Donaghe-World Language Week (Part 1)

I12-Rui Ma-Empowering Students with Language Learning Strategies

I13-Danielle Farve-Writing and Reading in the Immersion Classroom

I14-Hana Kassas-Comprehensible Input Strategies for Teaching Different Levels of Language Learners

Saturday-Sessions J

J 2-Victor Ochoa-Using DANCE to Teach Culture and Writing in the Spanish Classroom

J 3-Jennene Aten-Increase Writing Competence the Fun Way! (Part 2)

J 4-Marcia Arndt-Demystifying AP World Languages and Cultures (Part 2)

J 5-Maylén Rafuls Rosa-2014 Centro MundoLengua Grant Experience in Sevilla, Spain

J 6-Nicola Kennedy-What Is the Big Idea about Non-Tech Strategies?

J 7-Anne Jensen-Interpersonal Oral Communication: Techniques for Assessment

J 8-Kaori McDaniel-California Association of Japanese Language Teachers (CAJLT) Annual General Assembly

J 9-Edite Sammons-An Introduction to AIM (the Accelerative Integrated Methodology)

J10-Kao-Ly Yang-Communication Skills Development in French and other Languages

J11-Scott Donaghe-World Language Week (Part 2)

J12-Nancy Salsig-Common Core Speaking/Listening: The ABCs of Role-Play

J13-Maida Dzakula-Teachers’ Role in Language Learners’ Prior Knowledge Activation

J14-Elizabeth Cooper-2014 French Grant Experience, Vichy, France

Sunday-Sessions K

K 1-Rose Marie Kuhn-Lire et discuter un texte en classe de français

K 2-Minako Kamimura-Lesson Planning for the 21st Century Learners of Japanese

K 3-Noha Ireiqat-Learning Through Experience to Promote Global Vision

K 4-Oraib Mango-Mobile Games in the World Language Classroom

K 5-Alice Lung-Flipping the Classroom for Differentiated Instruction – With iPads!

K 6-Christine Lanphere-Rethinking Tried and True: How to Revolutionize Your Classes One Step at a Time

K 7-Gamal Kalini-Designing and Promoting Technology Integration into World Language Speaking Activities

K 9-Wayne Street Jr.-Think BIG, Act Small, and Turn those Big Ideas into a Reality!!!

K10-Kim Kanel-Peer Interaction in the World Language Classroom

Sunday-Sessions L

L 1-Rose Marie Kuhn-Lire et discuter un texte en classe de français

L 2-Junko Hosoi-Oral Interpersonal Mode: Scaffolding, Practice, Assessment

L 3-Vanessa Sosa-Experiencias temáticas

L 4-Alexis Frink-Big Ideas Start with Practical Procedures for Productive Classrooms

L 5-Nancy Pérez-AP Language Themes beyond the Classroom Setting

L 6-Lauren Camarillo-Increasing Language Competency with Collaborative Group Work!

L 7-Matthew Dean-Capturing Communicative Connections Online

L 8-Rebecca Sapien-Melchor-SAILN Project Community of Practice Design Guide: A Step-by-Step Guide for Designing and Cultivating a Community of Practice for World Language Professional Development

L 9-George Truscott-A Few More Useful Ideas, Tasks and Activities: My Top 10

L10-Rachèle DeMéo-Helping Students Connect to the Subject Taught both in and out of the Classroom