We are now accepting workshop proposals for the 2013 NHAWLT conference on October 25-26 at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester, NH.
If interested, please open and complete the form below.
Please submit your proposal by July 1, 2013
We have made a few changes in the scheduling process and are now offering workshops lengths of 45 minutes, 90 minutes, and 2 hours. If you have ever considered sharing ideas with your peers, now is the time to do it.
There is a special need for presenters who are willing to present in the target language.
There has also been a call for presenters in the following topics:
-The 5 C’s (choose one)
-Strategies for more oral communication activities for lower level learners
-Modifications and accommodations for Special Education students in the world language classroom
-Getting colleagues on board for cross-curricular collaboration
-Creative uses of personal devices in the language classroom
-Increasing cultural theme-based activities in the classroom
-How to enhance community interaction with your world language classes
-Using the web effectively for personalized student projects
-Quick and easy transitional activities to get your students speaking the language more
-Corporate partnerships in education
-Creating a focused lesson plan out from teacher and student travel experiences
-Grant writing and resources for student travel or classroom supplies
We know there are a lot of experts out there, so please join us in building a stronger World Language community in our state!
Important certificate information for teachers
- Limited to ONE certificate per language ~ per school.
- For example, one certificate for French, one for German,
- one for Latin, one for Spanish would be 4 certificates for one school. .
- The teacher determines the criteria for the award.
- ALL certificates read: “In recognition of outstanding achievements in [language]”
- (No changes are allowed to this statement.)
- Certificate requests must be received 3-4 weeks before the date you wish to give out the certificate
- Free to NHAWLT members
- $10 per certificate for non-members (payable to NHAWLT with your application)
Submission Deadline: May 17, 2013
Non-member payment must be mailed separately to the address below:
40 Mast Cove Rd
Eliot, ME 03903
Elementary School (Grades K-3) Winner
Roman Morrell, Grade 2
Teacher: Tom Harkins
Elementary School (Grades 4-6) Winner
Fern Gagnon, Grade 6
McKelvie Intermediate School,
Teacher: Laren Carkin
Middle School (Grades 7-8) Winner
Julia Stam, Grade 7
Hollis-Brookline Middle School
Teacher: June Cloutier
High School (Grades 9-12) Winner
David Girouard, Grade 11
Nashua High School North
Teacher: Lesley Anton
Digital Poster Winner
Nicole Durell, Grade 10
Coe-Brown Northwood Academy
Teacher: Michael Clauss
SPAN 997: La sociolingüística de español en el mundo, en los EEUU y en Nuevo Hampshire
Sociolinguistics of Spanish in the World, the U.S. & New Hampshire
This graduate seminar will explore Spanish language variation around the world, from Spain to Latin America to the U.S., including New Hampshire. Special attention will be paid to the issues involving bilingualism, bilingual language acquisition, bilingual education and Spanish heritage language language, which should be of particular interest to students who are or plan to become teachers of Spanish.