Fall Conference





#FLANC19

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Piecing the master puzzle together. Make Plans Now to Join Us!

October 25-26, 2019


Marriott/Embassy Suites

Winston-Salem, NC

Conference Information Below: Sessions, Registration fees, Schedule at-a-glance, Optional Workshop Descriptions!




Conference Hotel Information: Book by September 26, 2019

SNEAK PEEK of Fall 2019 Conference Sessions!!!

Registration Costs

 

FLANC 2019 Registration Costs

 

Registration Category

Registration Cost

 

*Standard Member Conference Fee (if you attended FLANC Fall 2018 you are a member) You can also join FLANC for $30 prior to the conference here and double your investment by registering by the Early Bird Deadline

Early Bird through 10/4/2019

After 10/4

 

$120

 

$180

 

*Non-Member Conference Fee (includes membership through FLANC Conference 2020)

 

$180

 

Board Member Fee

$70

 

Student Conference Fee (full time undergraduate student)

$60

 

Honorary Life Member Conference Fee

$60

 

Retired Educators Conference Fee

$70

 

Beginning Teacher (BT: 3 years or less) Conference Fee

$70

 

Saturday Only Conference Attendee Fee

$100

 

Presenter/Co-Presenter Conference Fee

$120

 

Workshops ONLY Fee (each workshop selected fee will be reflected on your registration) – This is for those attending only workshops and not the conference

 

 

$30

 

Webinars ONLY Fee (Monday Oct. 21 – Wed. Oct. 23:  8-10 PM

$30

 

 

*Conference registration includes access to FLANC webinars to be presented Monday (10/21), Tuesday (10/22) and Wednesday (10/23) from 8:00 – 10:00 PM. A link will be sent to you directly inviting you to sign up for the webinars you wish to attend.

Conference registration fees do not include optional workshops scheduled on Friday evening and Saturday afternoon after the regular conference sessions on each day. Workshop registration fees are $30 per workshop selected. 


Schedule At-A-Glance 2019

FLANC 2019 Schedule-at-a-Glance

Winston-Salem, NC

Monday, October 21, 2019 - Wednesday, October 23, 2019

8:30p-10:00p Participants may choose from 2 Webinars on Each of the 3 evenings
(included in full conference registration)

Friday, October 25, 2019

8:00a - Registration Opens

8:30a-9:30a            Exhibits and Welcome Break

9:30a-10:20a           Round 1 Concurrent Sessions

10:30a-11:20a         Round 2 Concurrent Sessions

11:20a-11:45a         Exhibits and Break (beverages in Exhibitor Hall)

11:45a-1:20p          FLANC Annual Business Meeting

2019 Awards Ceremony

Keynote Address by Dr Justin Tarte

Benton Convention Center/ Buffet Lunch for attendees

1:30p-2:20p            Round 3 Concurrent Sessions

2:30p-3:20p            Round 4 Concurrent Sessions

3:30p-4:00p            Exhibits and Break

4:00p-4:50p            Round 5 Concurrent Sessions

5:30p-6:15p            Famous FLANC Raffle / Exhibits close at 5:30

6:30p-9:30p            Evening Workshops

6:30 – 7:45             FLANC Board Meeting (Invitation Only)

Saturday, October 26, 2019

8:00a                      Registration Opens

8:00a-8:30a             Exhibits and Welcome Break

8:30a-9:20a             Round 6 Concurrent Sessions

9:30a-10:20a           Round 7 Concurrent Sessions

10:20a-10:50a          Exhibits and Break (beverages in Exhibitor Hall)

10:50a-11:40a         Round 8 Concurrent Sessions

11:40a-12:50p         Exhibits and Lunch Break

Box Lunch provided to all attendees (Exhibitor Hall)

Business Meetings for Allied Organizations:

AATF; AATG; AATJ; AATSP; NCAA; CLTA

1:00p-1:50p            Round 9 Concurrent Sessions

2:00p-2:50p            Round 10 Concurrent Sessions

3:00p-6:00p            Saturday Afternoon Workshops


Optional Workshop Descriptions

 

2019 FLANC Optional Workshops  
Friday, October 25, 2019 6:30 – 9:30

These workshops are NOT included in the regular conference registration and may be selected in addition to the conference registration for only $30 each.

 

Workshop A                                                                                                                           

 

Classroom Read Aloud and Connection Anchor Charts

Mya Honeycutt, Marshville Elementary

DLI teachers will have the opportunity to learn ways to build strong vocabulary through the use of classroom read aloud and connection anchor charts.  Teachers will gain an understanding of how to connect vocabulary across two languages and engage students at the same time.  Participants will have the opportunity to view model read aloud lessons taught in a DLI classroom and view classroom connection charts being used with students.

Relevant Levels: Elementary

Relevant Language: All Languages

Language of Presentation: English

 

Workshop B                                                                                                                           

 

Technology in the DLI & DBE Classroom

Diana Castano, Winston Salem / Forsyth County Schools; Esther Zamora – Forest Park Elementary School

Are you ready to transform your classroom?  Have you been thinking about how to 'Flip'  or 'Blend' your classroom? Worried because you only have access to a few computers, laptops or iPads?  Let us show you how DLI & DBE classrooms teachers in WS/FCS  are taking digital learning to the next level!  Digital portfolios, increased student engagement, more efficient parent participation and communication are just a click away! Learn how to #AppSmash, use green screen, ClassKick, SeeSaw, & robotics.

Relevant Levels: Elementary

Relevant Language: All Languages; Spanish Focus

Language of Presentation: English; Presented in Spanish

 

Workshop C                                                                                                                           

 

From Authentic Resources to Authentic Assessments

Deborah Espitia, Wayside Publishing

Authentic resources connect learners to both the language and the cultures under study and offer a window into the everyday lives of people who speak the target language. Such resources engage learners in authentic interpretive, interpersonal, and presentational tasks that provide formative or summative feedback on student performance. This workshop examines different kinds of authentic resources available along with a variety of task-types which lend themselves to authentic assessment tasks.

Relevant Levels: Middle; Secondary

Relevant Language: All Languages

Language of Presentation: English

 

 

 

Workshop D                                                                                                                           

 

Straight From the Heart: Adapting Compelling Short Film to Touch Students' Souls & Build Proficiency

Bethanie Drew, Broughton Global Magnet High School

Our emotions and the stories we tell are strongly linked to learning, memory, and especially attention. Using short films as our guide, we will look at how we can leverage high interest, reaction-provoking media to engage students in language learning. Participants will leave with examples of proficiency-building activities that they can use in their classrooms immediately as well as skills to adapt the activities for other stories. This session is BYOT--bring your own tissues!

Relevant Levels: Middle; Secondary

Relevant Language: All Languages; Spanish Focus

Language of Presentation: English

 

 

Saturday, October 26, 2019 3:00 – 6:00 PM

 

Workshop E                                                                                                                           

 

"Cooperative Learning Strategies for Real Classroom Leaders"

Dr. Sibela Pinochet, West Forsyth High School

Teachers will develop key strategies for developing effective cooperative learning teams, transforming their classroom from grouping to teaming. Students will show responsibility, appreciate diversity, respect other's ideas, opinions, and attitudes, be proactive, increase their self-esteem, have increase motivation, have a positive attitude towards language learning, seek help and offer help, as well as improve all modes of communications. Students learn & Teachers facilitate.

Relevant Levels: Middle; Secondary

Relevant Language: All Languages

Language of Presentation: English

 

Workshop F                                                                                                                           

 

Putting the Pieces Together with The National Geographic Geo-Inquiry Process

Fay Gore, National Geographic Society

Explore how you and your students can use the National Geographic’s Geo-Inquiry Process to become advocates for change in your community and beyond.  Through this integrated project based, critical thinking skills in action process students gain a better understanding of our planet and empowers them to generate solutions to real world challenges.  This includes asking questions, collecting and visualizing data, and creating compelling stories that inspire others to act for the common good.

Relevant Levels: College/University; Elementary; Middle; Secondary; Supervisor

Relevant Language: All Languages

Language of Presentation: English

 

 

 

 

Workshop G                                                                                                                          

 

Interculturality and the arts

Victoria Schmoyer, R. J. Reynolds High School

Teachers often use various works of art to expose students to authentic images from the target culture .Discover how to effectively integrate visual and performing arts in your curriculum.  Both the visual and performing arts have been shown to increase student engagement and enhance learning outcomes.  Experience examples of arts integration and arts infusion to help develop engaging lessons that will promote interculturality and global awareness.

Relevant Levels: Middle; Secondary

Relevant Language: All Languages

Language of Presentation: English

 

 

Workshop H                                                                                                                           

 

Dual Language Swap Session

Charlotte Hancock, University of North Carolina at Charlotte and FLANC DL/I Representative

This session will give ideas of different activities that educators can implement in a Dual Language Classroom. Participants will also be asked to share ideas of what they are currently doing in the classroom, whether that be in the Dual Language or World Language classroom that would be beneficial to language educators. Much time will be dedicated to discussion revolving around current practices and ways to support one another in the field. Let your voices be heard! Time will be dedicated to Dual Language burning questions. What current situations are being faced by Dual Language educators in the field and in what ways can FLANC, networking groups, and research best support in moving the field forward?

Relevant Levels: Elementary; Middle; Secondary; Supervisor

Relevant Language: All Languages

Language of Presentation: English