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Curating Authentic Resources for the World Language Classroom

The New York State Association of World Language Administrators (NYSAWLA) is proud to present a free, online workshop: “Curating Authentic Resources for the World Language Classroom” by Leslie Grahn

Click here to download PDF of workshop flyer.

November 3, 2020,  8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

The New York State Association of World Language Administrators (NYSAWLA) in collaboration with the New York State Education Department’s Office of Bilingual Education and World Languages (NYSED-OBEWL) is offering a free, online workshop for world language teachers and administrators working in New York State schools.

Leslie Grahn, a noted leader, presenter, author, and blogger in the field of world language education, will explore and discuss "authentic texts": what they are; ways to find, organize and curate them; and how to use them for intentional skill-building with students. 

8:00-8:15         Welcome - Francesco Fratto, President of NYSAWLA, Update on Standards - Candace Black, OBEWL-NYSED

8:15-9:15         Session 1

9:15-9:45         Group work time followed by reflection

9:45-10:00       Questions

10:00-10:15     Break

10:15-11:15     Session 2

11:15-11:45     Group work time followed by reflection

11:45-12:00     Questions & closure

Those who attend the live, online workshop will be provided with a certificate of attendance documenting (four) 4 hours of CTLE credit.  A maximum of 950 registrations will be accepted.  The live webinar will be recorded and uploaded to the NYSAWLA and OBEWL websites for on-demand viewing by teachers who are unable to attend virtually.  Certificates of attendance will not be provided for this on-demand viewing.

To register: https://wlnys.wufoo.com/forms/zzjvbhp0rlka0s/

NYSAWLA and NYSED are approved CTLE providers.