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Welcome to the 2011 ACTFL Delegate Assembly. November 17, 2011 Denver, Colorado ACTFL President, Barbara Mondloch NCSSFL Vice-President, Gregory Fulkerson NADSFL President, Greta Lundgaard CCFLT President, Debbie Cody.

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Welcome to the 2011 actfl delegate assembly

Welcome to the 2011 ACTFL Delegate Assembly

November 17, 2011

Denver, Colorado

ACTFL President, Barbara Mondloch

NCSSFL Vice-President, Gregory Fulkerson

NADSFL President, Greta Lundgaard

CCFLT President, Debbie Cody


Welcome to the 2011 actfl delegate assembly

To access the Assembly of Delegates presentations go to www.actfl.org/aod2011


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Number Included in Text Message

Contact number you Text to

OR you may vote online on the Web. Copy and paste the link into web browser and vote!


Texting example multiple choice1

Texting Example, Multiple Choice

Poll Contact Number

Input the number associated with your voting choice


Via web voting multiple choice1

Via Web Voting, Multiple Choice

www.pollev.com

Input the number associated with your choice


Poll everywhere open ended1

Poll Everywhere, Open Ended

Number Included in Text Message

Contact number you Text to

OR you may vote online on the Web. Copy and paste the link into web browser and vote!


Texting example open ended1

Texting Example, Open Ended

BE SURE TO INCLUDE A SPACE BETWEEN CODE AND RESPONSE!!

Poll Contact Number

Input the number associated with the poll along with your written response.


Via web voting open ended1

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www.pollev.com

Input the number associated with the poll as well as your written response.


Open ended results1

Open Ended Results

Your responses will show up immediately on the Poll Results.


Welcome to the 2011 actfl delegate assembly

  • Welcome back from lunch!

  • Please sit with colleagues from your state

  • State placards are arranged in alphabetical order beginning with Alabama at the first table closest to the podium on the left

  • We will resume are program at 1:15 p.m.


Actfl update

ACTFL Update

Marty Abbott, Executive Director

Elvira Swender, Director of Professional Programs


Overall enrollment percentages

Overall Enrollment Percentages

2004-05K-12 Enrollment 18%

2007-08K-12 Enrollment 18.5%

2004-05Grades 7-1230%

2007-08Grades 7-1232%


Connecting research to practice

Connecting Research to Practice

Click on one of the links to access a list of topics related to these 3 major areas


Welcome to the 2011 actfl delegate assembly

To access the Assembly of Delegates presentations go to www.actfl.org/aod2011


Actfl 2012

ACTFL 2012


Convention theme

Convention Theme

“Foreign Languages and Cream Cheese: Spread ‘Em Around!”

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Many languages one united voice

Many Languages: One United Voice


Why this theme

Why This Theme?

  • We are a linguistically diverse group of language educators

  • Each language organization offers a unique perspective on language acquisition and learning

  • As language organizations we collectively have knowledge about language, linguistics, cultures, and literatures that we need to share with the world

  • To move forward as a profession, we have to present a consistent and unified message to our stakeholders

  • Following up on the 2011 ACTFL theme of Collaboration…


Features of the 2012 annual convention and world languages expo

Features of the 2012 Annual Convention and World Languages Expo

  • Co-host is the Pennsylvania State Modern Language Association (PSMLA)

  • Some 32 pre- and post convention workshops will provide more in-depth training on various topics

  • Approximately 7,000 attendees?

  • Approximately 225 exhibiting companies

  • 2013 Teacher of the Year will be announced

  • Over 500 educational sessions ranging from early language learning to technology in the classroom

  • An Awards Ceremony where 10 awards will be given to various individuals for their outstanding contributions in the field of language education


Plenaries in planning

Plenaries iN Planning

  • Update on ACTFL Research Priorities Initiative

  • Panel of PreK-12 and College/University State and National-Level Authorities providing their take on foreign language education for the 2lst century

  • Panel of Key Leaders from Language Organizations proposing what they see as the key issues for foreign languages


Keynote speaker

KeyNote Speaker

  • Dr. K. David Harrison, Professor of Linguistics at Swarthmore College and author of The Last Speakers: The Quest to Save the World’s Most Endangered Languages and When Languages Die: The Extinction of the World’s Languages and the Erosion of Human Knowledge

  • He is the subject of the DVD The Linguist and will provide a screening of the DVD after his keynote


See you in philadelphia

See You in Philadelphia!


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