IATLC CONFERENCE 2016

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Idaho State University / Student Union Building

921 S. 8th Avenue

Pocatello , Idaho

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●Idaho World Language Teaching State Standards and ACTFL

●From your personal experience of teaching or learning a Foreign Language, tell us what works and what does not in the traditional Language Classroom.

● Convince us that “Quality Matters” is here to stay in the online teaching. From your personal experience with online teaching, or learning a Foreign Language tell us what works and what does not.

●TPRS in the classroom

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Key note Speaker: Dr. Christopher Loether, ISU

Dr. Loether is the Director of the American Indian Studies Program, Director of the Linguistics Program, and Co-Director of the Shoshoni Language Project. Dr. Loether specializes in Uto-Aztecan, Celtic, Germanic and Semitic languages. He has worked specifically with the Western Mono, Owens Valley Paiute, Shoshoni and Welsh languages. His other specialties include sociolinguistics, ethnopoetics, lexicography, language revitalization, and the ethnology of California and Great Basin Indians. <loetchri@isu.edu>

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