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Sponsored by Stanford University Graduate School of Education 


The New California World Language Standards & Framework

Join the Stanford World Language Project (SWLP) for our very special 2020-2021 series of seminars. Discover the fabulous new California World Language Standards and Framework and how to apply them to develop your students’ proficiency. Learn methods to integrate social justice and global competency into your lessons. And especially important in this challenging year, acquire multiple strategies to adapt your communicative language class to the online world. All strands will include time and support to help you develop activities, lessons, and units that will enrich your teaching and motivate your students.

Dates:  October 3, October 31, January 23, February 20, and March 20.
Time:  Three hours each day plus optional time for collaboration, coaching and support
Location:  Online, blend of synchronous and asynchronous sessions

STRAND A:  Lesson Design – Effective Strategies for the California Language Teacher
Team Leaders: Hélène Chan, Michelle DiBello, Jackie Skelton, Antonella Wemple

STRAND B:  Thematic Unit Design for the World Language Class
Team Leaders:  Esther Chau, Mireille McNabb, Yoly Mercado 

STRAND D:  Advanced Special Focus Sessions, The World Languages Framework
Team Leader: Liz Matchett

STRAND S:  Success in the Heritage Spanish Classroom
Team Leaders: Eduardo Muñoz, Antonio Tunzi

STRAND T:  Technology Skills for the 21st Century World Language Teacher
Team Leaders: Ying Jin, Marcelo Leal, Megumi Shibamiya 

Registration Information:
Regular Fee: $300  
Student teachers: $75 

Please send district PO or a check made payable to “Stanford University” to SWLP c/o Amy Peruzzaro,
1109 Dix Street, San Mateo, CA 94401,  

Deadline for registration & payment: September 27 

For more information go to:

Contact Info

6701 Plum Tree Court, Citrus Heights, CA

Web: California Language Teachers Association