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Thursday, October 3
 

10:00am

12:30pm

1:30pm

2:30pm

3:15pm

4:15pm

5:15pm

6:30pm

 
Friday, October 4
 

7:30am

8:00am

9:00am

11:00am

1:00pm

Session 44: Building A Thinking Classroom For Deep Conceptual Learning Room A/BNoriko Otsuka-VanKeuren Session 45: Mania Musical: Using Authentic Songs In The World Language Classroom Central LoungeAmanda Gardner • Dina Reece Session 46: Using Chinese Movies and Documentaries as Authentic Materials in Project-Based Learning Room DMuzi Wong Session 47: Ideas Para Celebrar El Mes De La Hispanidad Room 3Clemencia Johnson Session 48: Student Interviews: An Interest-Driving CI Strategy Room HBrett Chonko Session 49: Powerful Presentations - This session is cancelled! Room I Session 50: Comment Sauver Et Faire Croître Nos Programmes De Français? Room 8Catherine Mazzola Session 51: New(ish) Technology Tools For Meaningful Oral Practice and Feedback (Part 1 of 2) Room 11Stacey Powell • Raegan Lemmond Session 52: Meshing CI With A Required Curriculum (Part 1 of 2) Room 12Lynne Hendrick • Ana Williams Session 53: Virginia Governor's World Language Academies Q&A Session Room 14Anja Moore • Pamela St. Clair • Javier Buenadicha-Gomez Session 54: Can I Say That? Responding To Interpretation Requests At School Room 15Stephanie Stockman • Allison Carneiro da Silva Session 55: Using Pictures To Teach The Differences Between Ser/estar and Preterit/Imperfect (Part 1 of 2) Room 16Meaghan Hokanson • Lauren Terrill Session 56: Developing Tolerance - (How) Can Programs be Designed to Engage a Wider Range of Students, Teaching and Learning Styles? Room 17William Griffiths Session 57: Dual Language Immersion Educator Panel - DLI Across Virginia Room 18Beatrix Preusse-Burr • Lucy Montalvo

2:00pm

Session 58: Everything You Wanted To Know About Virginia Governor's Japanese Academy Room A/BYoshiko Himata Session 59: Promoting Student Engagement Through Art Central LoungeShannon Carr • Ursula Rockefeller • Twyla Kitts Session 60: Sharing Effective Vocabulary Teaching Strategies Room DYuning Liu Session 61: Spanish, Steam, and Skills: From The Pre-Columbian Civilizations To Today's World View (Part 1 of 4) Room 3María-Esther Sánchez Session 62: Infuse Your Thematic Units With The Intercultural Can-Do's! (Part 1 of 4) Room GDeborah McCorkle Session 63: The Power Of Story Creation In The Comprehensible Input Classroom Room HBrett Chonko Session 64: Favorite Proficiency Lessons Room IGashaw Barzanji Session 65: Break Your Way Out To Exciting Lessons Room JShirley Hall Session 66: Incorporating Positive Behavior Intervention Strategies To Manage A World Language Classroom Room 8Catherine Mazzola Session 67: New(ish) Technology Tools For Meaningful Oral Practice and Feedback (Part 2 of 2) Room 11Stacey Powell • Raegan Lemmond Session 68: Meshing CI With A Required Curriculum (Part 2 of 2) Room 12Lynne Hendrick • Ana Williams Session 69: What's New In Virginia? Updates From The VDOE Room 14Dr. Lisa A. Harris Session 70: Lead With Languages: Equipping Students For Success In A Global Economy Room 15Erin M. Whelchel Session 71: Using Pictures To Teach The Differences Between Ser/estar and Preterit/Imperfect (Part 2 of 2) Room 16Meaghan Hokanson • Lauren Terrill Session 72: Comprehensible Input: Using Spoken-Latin Games/Activities To Provide Input For Your Students! Room 17Dr. Daryl “Gus” Grissom Session 73: VDOE Dual Language Immersion Guidance Document and Resources Room 18Beatrix Preusse-Burr • Jennifer Carson • Dr. Bettina Staudt

3:00pm

Session 74: Advocacy: Bring Japanese Culture To Community - Grassroots Events (Part 1 of 2) Room A/BMinori Marken • Ayako Shiga Session 75: Supporting Learning Through Comprehensible Input Central LoungeLinda McGuigan • Daniel Bain Session 76: Using Smartphone Apps to Integrate Authentic Materials and Cultural Learning Room DYing Gao Session 77: Before The Wall Fell, Part 1: Stories On Life and Youth Culture In The GDR Room 2Anja Moore • Bettina Hoeninger • Beatrix Preusse-Burr Session 78: Spanish, Steam, and Skills: From The Pre-Columbian Civilizations To Today's World View (Part 2 of 4) Room 3María-Esther Sánchez Session 79: Infuse Your Thematic Units With The Intercultural Can-Do's! (Part 2 of 4) Room GDeborah McCorkle Session 80: Behavior Management In The Comprehensible Input Classroom Room HBrett Chonko Session 81: Let’s Talk Vocab Room IZachary Neumann Session 82: Finding The Key To An Engaging Classroom Room JShirley Hall Session 83: No Longer the Last “C”, Integrating the Communities Standards in the World Language Classroom Room 8Elizabeth Sacco Session 84: Using Free and Inexpensive Apps For Language Learning Room 11Sharon Scinicariello Session 85: Personalized Learning - Powered by Virginia LinguaFolio® Online Room 14Dr. Lisa A. Harris • Stephanie Knight Session 86: Developing Global Citizenship Through School Exchanges Room 15Nadia Comerford Session 87: Oh! So That's What That Is! Way To Bring Scholarship Experiences To Lesson Planning Room 16José Antonio Sánchez Jiménez Session 88: Do As The Romans Do Room 17Kely Lonergan Session 89: Culturally Responsive Teaching In Dual Language Room 18Katy Schutz • Kimberly Wilson • Leilani Keys

3:45pm

4:45pm

Session 090: Empower Students Via Global Connections AmphitheatreAkash Patel Session 091: Advocacy: Bring Japanese Culture To Community - Grassroots Events (Part 2 of 2) Room A/BMine Sasaguri • Jennifer Swanson Session 092: How To Use Songs In Foreign Language Teaching (Part 1 of 2) Central LoungeAnja Wright • Natalia Dudnik Session 093: From Intermediate to Pre-Advanced: Helping Students Make the Jump Room DXinyue Huang Session 094: Before The Wall Fell, Part 2: Stories Of Active and Passive Resistance In the GDR Room 2Anja Moore • Beatrix Preusse-Burr • Marcel Rotter Session 095: Spanish, Steam, and Skills: From The Pre-Columbian Civilizations To Today's World View (Part 3 of 4) Room 3María-Esther Sánchez Session 096: Infuse Your Thematic Units With The Intercultural Can-Do's! (Part 3 of 4) Room GDeborah McCorkle Session 097: The Star Sequence: Daily Comprehensible Input Instructional Cycle Room HBrett Chonko Session 098: I Am A Student, Not A Disability: Students With Disabilities In The World Language Classroom Room IZachary Neumann Session 099: Virginia Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica Room JPamela St. Clair Session 100: Going Virtually Anywhere With Virtual Reality! Room 11Beth Marshall • John Dement Session 101: Engaging Them All: Language Acquisition Strategies and Resources (Part 1 of 2) Room 14Dr. Lisa A. Harris • Dr. Theresa Lee Session 102: Investigating World Language Teacher Educators’ Understandings Of Intercultural Competence Room 15Kelley Webb • Rebecca Fox Session 103: Celebremos A Nuestros Estudiantes! Room 16Deborah Sommer Session 104: Poetic Analysis Of Ovid For Advanced Latin Classes (Part I - Theory) Room 17Nadia Ghosheh • Kevin Jefferson Session 105: Dual Language Programming: A Model To Enhance School Climate and Academic Achievement Room 18Virginia Massaro • Virginia Palencia

5:45pm

Session 106: The Role Of Peer Feedback In Oral Presentation Activities Room A/BDr. Yoshiko Mori Session 107: How To Use Songs In Foreign Language Teaching (Part 2 of 2) Central LoungeAnja Wright • Natalia Dudnik Session 108: “Tear Down This Wall Party” A Celebration of 30 Years Of The Fall Of The Berlin Wall and The Peaceful End to the Iron Curtain Room 2Andrea Machesney Session 109: Spanish, Steam, and Skills: From The Pre-Columbian Civilizations To Today's World View (Part 4 of 4) Room 3María-Esther Sánchez Session 110: Infuse Your Thematic Units With The Intercultural Can-Do's! (Part 4 of 4) Room GDeborah McCorkle Session 111: Bringing SSR To World Languages Room HBrett Chonko Session 112: Capture Authentic Learning With Proficiency-Based Grading Room JJennifer Carson Session 113: Parlez -Vous Le Français De La Francophonie? Room 8Nirva Vernet Session 114: Exploring Language and Culture With Google Earth Room 11Robert Moreno Session 115: Engaging Them All: Language Acquisition Strategies and Resources (Part 2 of 2) Room 14Dr. Lisa A. Harris • Dr. Theresa Lee Session 116: Unlocking Identity In The World Language Classroom Room 15Twyla Kitts • Monica Johnston Session 117: Bow Wow. It is Possible to Teach New Tricks to “Seasoned” Teachers? Room 16Phil Yutzy • Henry Garcia • Gian Frongia Session 118: Poetic Analysis Of Ovid For Advanced Latin Classes (Part II - Examples and Application) Room 17Nadia Ghosheh • Kevin Jefferson Session 119: Spanish Literacy In a DLI Program-A Vertical View of a K-5 Scope and Sequences Room 18Marcela Carlock • Lucy Montalvo • Beth Tice

6:30pm

 
Saturday, October 5
 

8:00am

9:00am

9:45am

10:30am

11:30am

12:30pm

1:45pm

2:45pm

3:45pm