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2017 Fall Conference

November 2-4 Radisson Paper Valley Hotel Appleton, Wisconsin


2017 WAFLT Fall Conference Overview Thursday, November 2, 2017 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. $ Pre-Conference Workshop: Moving Along the Road to Proficiency: Where Do We Need to Go? How Do We Get There?” Greendale Teachers with Helena Curtain 6:30–8:30 p.m. Registration is open for pre-registered & on-site attendees – Atrium/Lobby 8:00–9:30 p.m. Conference Kick-Off Reception – Lawrence Room

Friday, November 3, 2017 7:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. 7:45–8:15 8:30–11:30 9:00–6:45 11:45–1:15 1:15–1:45 1:45–2:45 2:45–3:15 3:15–4:15 4:15–4:30 4:30–6:00

Registration is open – Atrium/Lobby New Teacher/New Attendee Orientation Session – Salon D $ Friday Workshops Exhibit Hall is open – Salons A, B, and C $ Buffet Luncheon — Discover Languages Contest Awards – Empire Room Exhibit Break Special Interest Sessions A Exhibit Break Special Interest Sessions B Exhibit Break Awards Ceremony & Keynote Address – Distinguished Educator, Cathy Stresing; Leaning into the Horizon – Carrie Toth – Salon D 6:00–6:45 Wine & Cheese Reception and Door Prizes – Exhibit Hall – After Awards Ceremony Concludes 9:30–11:00 Webizens – Intermezzo

Saturday, November 4, 2017 7:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. 6:45–7:45 7:45–9:15 8:00–12:00 8:00–9:00 9:00–9:30 9:30–10:30 10:30–11:00 11:00–12:00 12:15–1:15 1:30–3:00 1:30–2:30 2:45–3:45 3:45

Registration is open – Atrium/Lobby WAFLT Business Meeting (Complimentary Continental Breakfast and Door Prizes) – Empire Room $ Saturday Technology Sessions Exhibit Hall is open – Salons A, B, and C Special Interest Sessions C Exhibit Break Special Interest Sessions D Exhibit Break Language Association Meetings $ Buffet Luncheon & Awards: Future Language Teacher, Recognition of Merit, Certificate of Professional Service, and the Donna Clementi Blue Ribbon Award – Empire Room $ Saturday Technology Sessions Special Interest Sessions E Special Interest Sessions F Conference Closes

The 2017 WAFLT Fall Conference graphic on the cover of this publication was created by Susan Partin.

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Welcome to the 2017 WAFLT Fall Conference Welcome to the 2017 WAFLT Fall Conference! We are excited for you to join us for a wide variety of engaging professional development opportunities designed to arm you with the tools to Reach Beyond the Horizon: Maximizing effective language teaching and cultivating enhanced student proficiency.

reception in the Lawrence Room at 8:00 p.m. The registration fee includes attendance at any of the one-hour sessions on Friday afternoon & Saturday. Please note that Friday morning workshops, Saturday 90-minute Technology sessions, and meals not included in the registration fee are noted by the $ symbol on the Conference Overview, page 2.

Here are just a few highlights of this year’s conference:

New teachers and first-time attendees are encouraged to attend the informal orientation meeting Friday morning from 7:45–8:15. Sessions that may be of particular interest to new teachers are marked with this symbol (Œ). The Wisconsin Standards for Teacher Development and Licensure addressed in each session or workshop are noted in the brackets following the title of the session. You can find a list of the standards on page 10.

Thursday Pre-Conference Workshop – Moving Along the Road to Proficiency: Where Do We Need to Go? How Do We Get There? Join Greendale teachers, 2016 winners of the Donna Clementi Blue Ribbon School Award for Excellence in World Language Programs. This energetic group of language professionals has a plethora of ideas on how to offer a comprehensive, quality language program for all students. Sample units will be shared and guided work time to create your own thematic units will be a part of this full day workshop. Join us to find out more!

We hope that you will also participate in some of the conference social activities. Please plan to attend the Awards Ceremony where we will honor the winners of the Frank M. Grittner and the Anthony J. Gradisnik Awards and hear remarks from the 2017 Distinguished Language Educator, Cathy Stresing. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to celebrate the achievements of your language colleagues. The wine and cheese reception and door prizes are all back again! On Saturday morning, join us for a complimentary continental breakfast and more door prizes at the annual business meeting.

Friday Morning Workshops – We are once again featuring a wide range of interactive workshops encompassing a variety of topics outlined starting on page 11. Back this year is the High School Student Workshop, and new this year, the Teachers for Tomorrow: WAFLT’s Career Changers Workshop, which will focus on welcoming those interested in becoming world language instructors. Friday and Saturday One-Hour Sessions – This year’s conference includes an abundance of learning opportunities across languages, levels, and various areas of focus.

Online registration is the best way to register for the conference. You must have a current email address and create a login on the WAFLT website (waflt.org). As you register, be sure to carefully read instructions and note the sessions that require an additional fee. Remember to register early and check deadlines for the conference and hotel reservations. For the latter, contact the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel directly. Please share this document with colleagues who are new to the profession, new to your building, or not current WAFLT members. We encourage you to renew your WAFLT membership by going online at waflt.org or using the form on page 31. WAFLT members receive many benefits throughout the year, such as reduced registration fees for the Fall Conference and FLESFEST, as well as the opportunity to apply for grants and scholarships.

Friday and Saturday Technology Workshops – Your colleagues are ready to share their high-tech tricks of the trade and to help you enhance your instruction with the latest trends in educational technology. Friday Afternoon Keynote Address – Carrie Toth will present her keynote, Leaning into the Horizon. Always just out of reach, the horizon offers a beautiful view of what’s ahead. As teachers, let’s always keep taking steps toward this place of change and growth no matter how many years we have been on the path! Carrie will also present a Friday morning workshop, Looking Forward, Planning Backward. In this workshop, participants will learn how to incorporate backward planned, culturally rich units seamlessly into the classroom at all levels of study. Teachers can take these ideas back to their classroom on Monday.

We hope you will join us for the energy, professional development, and collegiality of the 2017 WAFLT Fall Conference! Susan Loeffler-Bell & Paula Johnson-Fox WAFLT Program Co-chairs | program@waflt.org

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High School Visitors’ Program: Colleagues of the Future

Attention, High School Language Teachers: Nominate one (or more) of your students to participate in the High School Visitors’ Program: Colleagues of the Future at this year’s WAFLT Conference! C Students who arrive at the conference without pre-registering will not be admitted.

There is a growing need for language teachers at all levels. The purpose of the WAFLT High School Visitors’ program is to provide a realistic, insightful, and entertaining view of the teaching of world languages. We encourage you to promote this unique, interactive opportunity to your junior and senior language students. There are probably students in your classes who would make great teachers, but who have never considered that possibility. Perhaps they have already decided to pursue an education degree but not as a teacher of languages. Those are the students we hope you will help us find!

C Registered students are also eligible to attend any of the one-hour sessions offered on Friday, at no charge, provided they are accompanied by their nominating teacher. Special Application Procedures If you have students interested in attending the WAFLT High School Visitors’ Program, we ask that the teacher complete the student’s registration form. Please download and complete the registration information by visiting waflt.org and selecting “High School Visitors’ Program.”

WAFLT invites student participants to attend this workshop from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Friday, November 3. If a student is selected to participate in the program, a non-refundable $10.00 registration fee will be charged. Students will have the opportunity to attend the WAFLT luncheon at no charge on the day of their workshop. Please do not send any money with student application(s). Confirmation materials will arrive via email prior to the conference.

This form must be submitted via the teacher’s email address to: chaussed@oasd.org by Friday, October 6, 2017 **Please note: registration is only available via email.

Please note:

We thank you for your interest in this program and sincerely hope that you will nominate potential “colleagues of the future.” If you have any questions about the program, please contact:

C The teacher nominating the student must be registered and present at the conference while the student is attending the workshop. However, teachers will not participate in the High School Visitors’ Program.

Danielle Chaussee or Amber Little High School Visitors Program Coordinators chaussed@oasd.org | amber.little@stoughton.k12.wi.us

C Students who have not paid the required $10.00 registration fee will not be permitted to attend the High School Visitors’ Program.

* WAFLT is not liable for the participating students.

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Career Changers Workshop

Attention World Language Teacher Colleagues: Do you know someone with a background in language who may be interested in changing careers or has an interest in becoming a world language teacher? Please share this opportunity with them!

Please download the registration form from waflt.org and submit the form electronically or by mail before October 13, 2017. Once the registration has been received, you will receive a registration code to register online.

This year, WAFLT is supporting those who are looking to make this change by offering a Friday morning workshop for “Career Changers.” WAFLT is providing these adults with the opportunity to participate in a workshop from 8:30-11:30 a.m. on Friday, November 3. Participants will pay a $30 nonrefundable registration fee which includes the WAFLT luncheon after the workshop, as well as the opportunity to attend the rest of the Friday and Saturday one-hour sessions.

For electronic submission, send the completed form to: Ellen Onsrud at ellen.onsrud@lakemills.k12.wi.us To submit the form by mail, send it to: Ellen Onsrud Lake Mills High School 615 Catlin Drive | Lake Mills, WI 53551 Thank you for your assistance! If you have questions, please contact: Ellen Onsrud ellen.onsrud@lakemills.k12.wi.us OR Andrea Behn abehn@janesville.k12.wi.us

This workshop will address topics of interest for potential teachers, including: C the teacher certification process and programs C a teacher’s typical day, routines, and duties C the benefits of teaching a world language C the state of teaching world language now C sample district requirements for employment C Educator Effectiveness and PDPs C the realities of teaching C job availability

Conference Tip Look for hotel reservation information on page 28, and registration information starting on page 29 of this publication.

The facilitators will provide support and networking opportunities for participants.

To ensure your place at the conference, register online at waflt.org or complete your registration form and send it by October 20, 2017 Be sure you have a place to stay – make your hotel reservation directly with the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel by October 4, 2017, to receive special WAFLT rates .

A few things to note: C Participants who have not paid the required $30 registration fee will not be permitted to attend C Participants who arrive to the conference without pre-registration will not be admitted

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WAFLT Scholarship for Tomorrow's Teachers

The Executive Board of the Wisconsin Association For Language Teachers is pleased to offer up to 10 scholarships available to college-level students preparing to become language teachers. The purpose of these scholarships is to provide teachers-in-training with financial assistance to attend the WAFLT Fall Conference. By attending the conference, teachers-in-training will have the opportunity to become familiar with WAFLT and the language-specific professional organizations which also hold meetings during the conference, meet and interact with teachers already in the profession, become more familiar with trends in language education, and learn firsthand the benefits of membership in WAFLT.

Application process: Application instructions and important details can be found under “Grants and Scholarships” at waflt.org and must be submitted electronically to grants@waflt.org by September 25. Please follow the specific steps listed (e.g., creating a login) before submitting application. IMPORTANT APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Student applicants must first go to WAFLT’s website, waflt.org. Please follow the prompts to join WAFLT as a student member. Be sure to keep your login and password accessible as you will need them whenever you access your information on the website or register for the WAFLT Fall Conference. (Do not register for the WAFLT Fall Conference until you have heard from the scholarship committee!) Students or nominators must submit the application electronically, including filling out and attaching the student application form, a one-page personal statement explaining why they wish to attend the WAFLT Fall Conference, and an individualized letter of recommendation from a methods instructor or cooperating teacher. All three documents should be submitted electronically to grants@waflt.org in one email by either the student or the nominator.

Scholarship Requirements C College/university juniors, seniors, or graduate students must be declared language teaching majors or minors. C Students who have completed or are currently enrolled in a language methods course are eligible. C Nominators (methods instructor or cooperating teacher) must be current members of WAFLT, must have been members for at least the two years preceding the nomination, and may only nominate up to 5 students each. C At least one scholarship will be available for each of the languages represented on the WAFLT Board, including: Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Spanish, and one for Other World Languages.

Notification: The WAFLT Grants and Scholarships Committee will process the applications and make recommendations to the Executive Board. Scholarship winners will be notified by email in early October.

Scholarship Amount C Cost of registration for the WAFLT Fall Conference C Cost of a Friday Morning Workshop

Important! Scholarship applicants should not register for the conference until after receiving notification of their status.

The scholarship does not include meals or lodging.

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Special Pre-Conference Workshop Thursday, November 2, 2017 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Additional Fee – $45 Pre-Registration Required

Moving Along the Road to Proficiency: Where Do We Need to Go? How Do We Get There? Presenters: Helena Curtain, Associate Professor (Emerita), UW-Milwaukee, and Jessica Bradley, Carol Hartmann, and Theresa Kruschke-Alfonso, Teachers at Greendale Schools (Recipient of the 2016 Donna Clementi Blue Ribbon School Award for Excellence in World Language Programs) While the ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines measure what a language learner can do, world language educators realize the path to proficiency is different for everyone. What can we, as educators, do to guide students to reach higher proficiency levels? This WAFLT Pre-Conference workshop digs deeper into how to design a quality language program as well as how to create thematic units to help our students find success on their personal road to proficiency. Schools and school districts with highly effective world language programs include four components in their planning and implementation. These programs:

Helena Curtain, Theresa Kruschke-Alfonso Jessica Bradley; not pictured: Carol Hartmann

The Greendale staff will share their own progress with participants, including sample units. Participants will examine where their own language program is on the road to proficiency, and will have guided work time to develop products such as implementation plans and/or thematic units.

a) set proficiency targets for each grade level and/or each course in the program, b) design learning pathways and curriculum that will help students meet those targets, c) assess both internally and externally to ensure that the targets are being met, and finally, d) analyze the resulting assessment data with the goal of improving learning.

“Learning to speak another's language means taking one's place in the human community. It means reaching out to others across cultural and linguistic boundaries. Language is far more than a system to be explained. It is our most important link to the world around us. Language is culture in motion. It is people interacting with people.” (Sandra Savignon, Communicative Competence: Theory and Classroom Practice.)

This pre-conference workshop will touch on each of these four components. Participants will focus primarily on how to create and use thematic units as the learning pathway to support students in developing proficiency.

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Thursday, 8:00–9:30 p.m. Lawrence Room ... Relax after your drive to Appleton ... Renew acquaintances ... Meet new people ... Enjoy a beverage and snacks ... Mix and mingle

Conference Kick-Off Reception

Snacks provided C Cash bar available Included in your registration packet will be a coupon for a complimentary beverage for this reception only.

Welcome to WAFLT 2017!

Friday, 7:45–8:15 a.m. Salon D Presenters

WAFLT Board Members

New Teacher / New Attendee Orientation Session

Are you a new teacher or a first-time WAFLT conference attendee? Be sure to attend this Conference Orientation Session which will familiarize you with all the wonderful things that WAFLT and the 2017 Fall Conference have to offer. C Meet the WAFLT Executive Board C Discuss the conference layout C Receive many tips on making this a most rewarding conference

Sessions marked with this icon ( Π) will be of particular interest to teachers at the beginning of their careers!

Friday, 4:30-6:00 p.m. Salon D

Awards Ceremony & Keynote Address

Awards Ceremony Recipients of the Distinguished Language Educator Award, Anthony J. Gradisnik Award, Frank M. Grittner New Teacher Award, and ACTFL Teacher of the Year Nominee will be recognized. Keynote Address Carrie Toth – Leaning into the Horizon

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Personal Conference Planner Thursday, November 2, 2017 10:00–4:00 8:00–9:30 p.m.

$ Pre-Conference Workshop: Moving Along the Road to Proficiency: Where Do We Need to Go? How Do We Get There? Conference Kick-Off Reception – Lawrence Room

Friday, November 3, 2017 7:45–8:15

New Teacher/New Attendee Orientation Session – Salon D

8:30–11:30

$ Friday Workshop:

11:45–1:15

$ Buffet Luncheon – Discover Languages Contest Awards – Empire Room

1:15–1:45

Exhibit Break

1:45–2:45

Special Interest Session A:

2:45–3:15

Exhibit Break

3:15–4:15

Special Interest Session B:

4:15–4:30

Exhibit Break

4:30–6:00

Awards Ceremony & Keynote Address – Salon D

6:00–6:45

Wine and Cheese Reception – Exhibit Hall, Salon A, B, C

9:30–11:00

WAFLT Webizens – Intermezzo

Saturday, November 4, 2017 6:45–7:45

WAFLT Business Meeting (Complimentary Continental Breakfast, Door Prizes) – Empire Room

7:45–9:15

$ Saturday A.M. Technology Session: – OR –

8:00–9:00

Special Interest Session C:

9:00–9:30

Exhibit Break

9:30–10:30

Special Interest Session D:

10:30–11:00

Exhibit Break

11:00-12:00

Language Association Meetings

12:15–1:15

$ Buffet Luncheon & Awards – Empire Room

1:30-3:00

$ Saturday P.M. Technology Session: – OR –

1:30–2:30

Special Interest Session E:

2:45–3:45

Special Interest Session F:

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Wisconsin Standards for Teacher Development and Licensure PI-34 1) Teachers know the subjects they are teaching: The teacher understands the central concepts, tools of inquiry, and structures of the disciplines he or she teaches and can create learning experiences that make these aspects of subject matter meaningful for pupils.

7) Teachers are able to plan different kinds of lessons: The teacher organizes and plans systematic instruction based upon knowledge of subject matter, pupils, the community, and curriculum goals.

What we teach: culture, language, context

Methods: curriculum and standards

2) Teachers know how children grow: The teacher understands how children with broad ranges of ability learn and provides instruction that supports their intellectual, social, and personal development.

8) Teachers know how to test for student progress: The teacher understands and uses formal and informal assessment strategies to evaluate and ensure the continuous intellectual, social, and physical development of the pupil.

Developmental aspects of learning

Assessment

3) Teachers understand that children learn differently: The teacher understands how pupils differ in their approaches to learning and the barriers that impede learning and can adapt instruction to meet the diverse needs of pupils, including those with disabilities and exceptionalities.

9) Teachers are able to evaluate themselves: The teacher is a reflective practitioner who continually evaluates the effect of his or her choices and actions on pupils, parents, professionals in the learning community and others and who actively seeks out opportunities to grow professionally.

Methods: differentiation

Reflective practitioner: National Board Certification and action research

4) Teachers know how to teach: The teacher understands and uses a variety of instructional strategies, including the use of technology to encourage children's development of critical thinking, problem solving, and performance skills.

10) Teachers are connected with other teachers and the community: The teacher fosters relationships with school colleagues, parents, and agencies in the larger community to support pupil learning and well being and who ac ts with integrity, fairness and in an ethical manner.

Methods: how to teach

Community connections: outreach, exchange programs, professional involvement

5) Teachers know how to manage a classroom: The teacher uses an understanding of individual and group motivation and behavior to create a learning environment that encourages positive social interaction, active engagement in learning, and self-motivation.

Conference Tip

Group work, learning environment, positive impact on student attitudes

The number in brackets after each session title – e.g., [1] – identifies the state teacher standard(s) which applies to that session.

6) Teachers communicate well: The teacher uses effective verbal and nonverbal communication techniques as well as instructional media and technology to foster active inquiry, collaboration, and supportive interaction in the classroom. Technology for pedagogical purposes

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Friday Morning — 8:30-11:30

Friday Workshops

Friday Morning Workshops Additional Fee – $20 Pre-Registration Recommended

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Looking Forward, Planning Backward [1, 4, 6, 7] Presenter: Carrie Toth, NBCT, Salem Community High School; Salem, IL Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

FW-4

Reaching Beyond the Horizon of Your Comfort Zone [1, 10] Presenter: Deb Kennedy, Spanish Teacher, Columbus Catholic Schools, Marshfield Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

Learn how to use backward design to develop culturally rich units for all levels of study that will move students forward along the path to proficiency with a goal of real world communication. Bring home materials to use in class Monday!

Participants will discover many ways to motivate their K-12 students to read, write, and speak beyond their comfort zones in a new language, as well as how to motivate increased cultural awareness and respect. A folder full of lessons included.

FW-2

Proficiency GO! How to Power Up and Evolve Your Classroom [4, 7, 8] Presenters: Sarah Mankowski, Spanish Teacher, Academy for Accelerated Learning; Sigurd Piwek, Teacher, Milwaukee German Immersion School Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

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The presenters will share and discuss resources and strategies from their classrooms, and the CSC Extension Workshop, to move students from classroom performance to proficiency. Participants will receive ideas and materials for designing thematic units and assessments using student-friendly rubrics.

How can you maximize student engagement and learning through thematic units and authentic resources? Discover ways to incorporate AP themes throughout your program, learn about our favorite formative and summative assessments, and explore ways to find authentic resources using technology.

Recursos auténticos: Using Technology to Design and Implement Assessments to Fit Your Thematic Units [1, 6, 7, 8] Presenters: Kathy Varda, Erin Nienas, and Jonathan Daugherty, Spanish Teachers, Stoughton High School Language: Spanish Level: Middle School; High School

FW-3 App Tools of the Trade [6] Presenter: Ann Berns, French/ELL Teacher, Lancaster School District Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

Conference Tip On the Conference Planner (page 9) you will notice a ($) symbol in front of the sessions or functions that require an additional fee.

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Friday Morning — 8:30-11:30

Friday Workshops

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All Things Virtual: Encouraging Proficiency in an Established 1-1 School [4, 5, 7, 8] Presenters: Julia Price, French Teacher, Cara Scholey, Spanish Teacher, Dino Mujakovic, German Teacher, and Shawn Voigt, Spanish Teacher, Westosha Central High School Language: All Languages Level: Middle School; High School; Post-Secondary

FW-9 Working with English Learners [3, 4, 7] Presenter: Melody Leung, English Learner Coordinator, DeForest Area Middle School Language: All Languages Level: Elementary; Middle School; High School The English learner population continues to grow. All teachers need a solid understanding of the particular needs of English learners and how best to advocate for them. Participants will engage in simulations, discussions, and activities during this interactive session.

Your students have devices – how can you utilize them? This workshop will focus on organization using Google platforms, lesson planning incorporating online activities, and assessment of all four language skills utilizing virtual tools. Learn to make students' devices work for you.

FW-10 Using Children's Books in the Target Language: Your Ticket to Staying in the Target Language and Building Language Proficiency [1, 2, 4] Presenter: Jean Hindson, Associate Professor of Spanish, UW-La Crosse Language: All Languages Level: Elementary

FW-7

Using the Wisconsin Language Portfolio Online [1, 2, 4, 7] Presenters: Kyle Gorden, retired German Teacher, Elkhorn Area High School; Carley Goodkind, German Teacher, Greenfield High School Language: All Languages Level: Middle School; High School

Children's books can be an invaluable source of comprehensible input to promote 90% use of target language. This workshop will demonstrate how to use children's books to learn and practice vocabulary and language structures, as well as highlight cultural differences.

The Wisconsin Language Portfolio can now be done online using the new Google Sites. Bring your laptops or tablets and learn how to implement the entire Wisconsin Language Portfolio online with your students in middle and high school.

FW-11 High School Visitors’ Program: Colleagues of the Future [1] Presenters: Danielle Chaussee, Spanish Teacher, Oconomowoc High School; Amber Little, German Teacher, Stoughton High School, High School Visitors Program Coordinators Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

FW-8 Gamify Your Language with “LUDUS” [2, 3, 5, 7] Presenters: Michael Gotthardt, Latin Teacher, and Jim Vaughn, Tech Coordinator, Brookfield Academy Language: All Languages Level: All Levels Gamify your language class with a fantasy role-playing game designed by language teachers for language teachers. Have your students learn something EPIC! No prior gaming experience necessary. Myths and Makers Language Learning RPG was a 2014 WAFLT Grant recipient.

The purpose of the WAFLT High School Visitors’ Program is to provide a realistic, insightful, and entertaining view of the teaching of world languages. This is a unique, interactive opportunity for your junior and senior language students. See page 4 for more information.

Conference Tip If this is the first WAFLT Conference you are attending, please check the “first time attendee” box when registering to receive special instructions and recognition.

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Friday Morning — 8:30-11:30

Friday Workshops

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Teachers for Tomorrow: WAFLT's Career Changers Workshop [1, 4, 10] Presenters: Andrea Behn, French Teacher, Parker High School, Janesville; Ellen Onsrud, French Teacher, Lake Mills Middle and High School Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

WAFLT Luncheon Language – Reach Beyond the Horizon!

This workshop is designed for professionals or college students who are interested in pursuing world language teaching as a career. It will cover a variety of topics, and participants will leave with ideas about how and where to pursue certification. See page 5 for more information.

Friday, November 3 11:45–1:15 Empire Room

FW-13

Creating Units About Social Justice Issues and Global Perspectives [1, 2, 3, 7] Presenters: Julie Horvath, Spanish/Heritage Spanish Teacher, Danielle Lavariega, Spanish/ Heritage Spanish Teacher, and Jamie Gurholt, retired French Teacher, Beloit Memorial High School Language: French; Spanish Level: High School

Join us in recognizing the student winners of the WAFLT Discover Languages Student Postcard and Video contests. Awards will be given to world language students who designed a postcard and/or video that depicts the 2017 WAFLT Fall Conference Theme: Language – Reach Beyond the Horizon! These contests were open to all world language students in Wisconsin, PreK-16. Come celebrate and see how our students are helping Wisconsin Discover Languages and Discover the World!

Analyze an existing unit you teach. Then, collaborate and create a mini-unit based on a social justice issue in a culturally relevant global context. Incorporate multimedia, games, realia, and improvisational skits with the goal of an integrated performance assessment.

Friday Buffet Menu

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Mujeres al borde de un ataque de NOVIOS [1, 4, 5, 7] Presenter: Gladys Wisnefski, Retired CAPP Spanish Teacher, Oshkosh West High School Language: Spanish Level: High School; Post-Secondary

South of the Border Roasted corn and black bean salad Pico de gallo, guacamole, and fire roasted tomato salsa Tortilla chips Tacos with fixings Refried beans & rice

Los participantes se concentrarán en el estudio de cinco personajes femeninos en cuatro novelas y una obra de teatro, monólogo, del Nobel colombiano Gabriel García Márquez. Se dará especial atención a la obra de teatro como material didáctico.

Cost: $16.50

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Friday Afternoon — 1:45-2:45

Special Interest Sessions

A-1

Punto com: Celebrating 10 Years with 10 Favorite Websites [3, 4, 6, 7] Presenters: Trisha Koch, Spanish Teacher, Middleton High School; Anne Cummings Hlas, Spanish Professor; UW-Eau Claire; Pamela A. Larson, Spanish Teacher, Eau Claire North High School Language: Spanish Level: All Levels

A-8

Where to Start with the Seal of Biliteracy? [8, 9, 10] Presenters: SuAnn Schroeder, WAFLT President, Medford Area Senior High; Deirdre Garcia, Director of Multilingual and Global Education, School District of Waukesha; Karen L Fowdy, WAFLT Advocacy Chair, Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

ΠA-2 The Intersection of Essential Questions, Language Functions, and Authentic Texts to Strengthen Communication Skills [1, 4] Presenter: Donna Clementi, Methods Instructor, Lawrence University, Appleton Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

A-9 Let's Breakout [3, 5, 7] Presenters: Jennifer Peterson, Spanish Teacher, and Paula Meyer, Spanish Teacher/Tech Integrator, Appleton North High School Language: All Languages Level: All Levels ΠA-10 Social Media For Professional Development? Yes, Really! [6, 10] Presenter: Kelly Ferguson, Spanish Teacher, LaFollette High School, Madison Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

A-3

Increase Visibility: Using Thinking Routines and Visible Thinking to Improve Speaking and Writing [7, 8] Presenter: Joshua LeGreve, Spanish Teacher, Green Lake School District Language: All Languages; Spanish Level: All Levels

A-12

Strategies for Building or Activating Background Knowledge [3, 4, 7] Presenter: Melody Leung, English Learner Coordinator, DeForest Area Middle School Language: All Languages Level: Elementary; Middle School; High School

A-4

Reach Beyond the Screen: Using Video to Develop Reading Proficiency [1, 4, 7] Presenters: Janet Rowe and Keli Reinke, Spanish Teachers, Hortonville High School Language: All Languages Level: Middle School; High School; Post-Secondary

A-13

Wisconsin Latin and Ancient Greek [4, 7, 9, 10] Presenter: Keely Lake, Latin and Ancient Greek Teacher, Wayland Academy, Beaver Dam Language: Latin Level: All Levels

ΠA-5 Milk that Authentic Resource: Doing More with Less [3, 4, 5, 7] Presenters: Natalia DeLaat, French Teacher, and Amanda Mora, Spanish Teacher, Whitnall High School Language: All Languages; French; Spanish Level: Middle School; High School

A-14

From Passports to Parent Meetings: A Guide to Traveling with Students [1] (Exhibitor) Presenters: Barb Thees, Senior Outreach Manager, and Emilia Kaczynski, Outreach Manager, Xperitas Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

A-6

How to Use Three Original Videos and Songs to Teach French Grammar [1, 4, 5, 7] Presenters: Pascal Rollet, Professor, and Ndeye Ndour, TLE, Carthage College, Kenosha Language: French Level: All Levels

A-15

Effective Language Teaching through Technology [1, 4] Presenters: Mingyu Sun, Director, and Samuel Lee Bowden, Research Student, UW-Milwaukee Language: Japanese; Less Commonly Taught Languages; Spanish Level: Post-Secondary

A-7

Flüchtlinge in Deutschland - Angekommen oder immer noch auf der Flucht? [1, 3, 4] Presenter: Sigurd Piwek, Teacher, Milwaukee German Immersion School Language: German Level: Middle School; High School; Post-Secondary P 14 P


Friday Afternoon — 3:15-4:15

Special Interest Sessions

B-1

Taking the Lead: Proficiency-Oriented Programs in Practice - WAFLT Summer Institute Showcase [1, 4, 7, 8] Presenter: Lisa Hendrickson, Spanish Teacher/ Curriculum Design, Independent Consultant Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

B-7

Effective Teaching With Saint-Exupery's, Le Petit Prince [1, 3, 4, 7] Presenters: Judith M. Michaels, retired French Teacher; Julia Price, French Teacher, Central High School, School District of Westosha, Salem Language: French Level: Middle School; High School; Post-Secondary

B-2 Got Game? [7] Presenters: Jody Ziemann, Spanish Teacher, Berlin High School; Pam Lange Murillo, Spanish Teacher, PJ Jacobs Middle School, Stevens Point Language: Spanish Level: Middle School; High School

B-8 The Art of Work and Industry [1, 4, 5, 7] Presenters: John Stark, Emeritus Faculty, Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy; Lorna Sopcak, Professor, Ripon College Language: German Level: All Levels

ΠB-3 Building Proficiency at Novice Mid: Moving beyond the Word Level and Creating a Speaking Culture [4, 7] Presenters: Jessica Bradley and Carol Hartmann, Spanish Teachers, Greendale School District ; Helena Curtain, Associate Professor (Emerita), UW-Milwaukee Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

B-9

B-4

B-10

Laying the Tracks: Our Route to a K-12 Language Program [1, 2, 9, 10] Presenters: Jenna Baxter and Melanie Engen, Spanish Teachers, Altoona High School; Amy Gillespie, Spanish Teacher, Altoona Elementary School; Annie Urbanski, Spanish Teacher, Altoona Middle School Language: All Languages; Spanish Level: All Levels

Student Created Oral Assessments: Get Them Talking! [3, 4, 7, 8] Presenters: Monica Winterfeldt Lentz and Beth Peske, Spanish Teachers, Brookfield East High School Language: All Languages Level: High School

National Board Certification in World Languages [1, 5, 9] Presenters: Meg Graham, World Language Dept Chair, Mukwonago High School; Sharon Bradish, retired Spanish Teacher, Columbus High School Language: French; Spanish Level: Middle School; High School

B-5

Boost Creativity & Proficiency with Augmented Reality [1, 3, 4, 6] Presenter: Deana Zorko, Spanish Teacher, Madison West High School Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

ΠB-11 Sparks and Sparkle: Simple Brain-based Techniques that Bring Life and Personalization to the World Language Classroom [3, 4, 5, 7] Presenter: Donna Moran, French Teacher, Waukesha South High School Language: All Languages Level: Middle School; High School

B-6

Defining Identity - Going Beyond Appearance and Family [1, 3, 7] Presenters: Melanie Lasee, German Teacher, Ashwaubenon High School; Jeff Dyer, German Teacher, Oregon High School; Jolene Wochenske, German Teacher, Middleton HS and Kromrey MS Language: All Languages; German Level: All Levels

Conference Tip Visit the WAFLT website for updated conference information, online registration, and complete descriptions of all sessions.

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Friday Afternoon — 3:15-4:15

Special Interest Sessions

B-12

Honey Bees and Classical Latin: Alive in the Modern World [1, 2, 3, 5] Presenter: Brandi Browskowski-Durow, School of Education Graduate Student, UW-Madison Language: Latin; Less Commonly Taught Languages Level: Elementary; Middle School; High School

B-14

All About Cultural Exchange Trips [1, 10] (Exhibitor) Presenter: Dustin Dresser, Director, Costa Rica Frika Language: All Languages; Spanish Level: Middle School; High School; Post-Secondary B-15 How Do I Award the Seal of Biliteracy? [8] Presenters: Nicole Tilleson, Midwest Sales Manager, Avant Assessment, and Sara Smith, Coordinator of World Language and Language Acquisition Programs, Kenosha Unified School District Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

B-13

Ă nimo. Energize Your Class with Authentic Cultural Materials from Ecuador [1, 6] Presenter: Linda Schumacher, Spanish and French Instructor and Coordinator, Harper College Language: Spanish Level: All Levels

2017 Conference Program Committee Paula Johnson-Fox Program Co-Chair Muskego High School

Susan Loeffler-Bell Program Co-Chair Muskego High School

Ellen Acierno Dubuque (IA) Community School District

Lisa Hendrickson Retired, Monroe High School

Ashley Reinke Sherman Middle School, Madison

Deborah Bowe-Wielgus Waukesha West High School

Heidi Kolodziej DC Everest Junior High School

Janet Rowe Hortonville High School

Sara Brand Whitnall High School

Jeanine Kopecky Woods School, Lake Geneva

Jeanne Schueller UW-Madison

Jaci Collins Lincoln High School, Manitowoc

Amber Kraus School District of Abbotsford

Rebecca Seegert Lancaster High School

Katy Dueppen Verona Area High School

Keely Lake Wayland Academy, Beaver Dam

Cathy Stresing Greendale High School

Marge Draheim Retired, Appleton East High School

Rebecca Mai Cassville School District

Jessica Swemke Lincoln High School, Manitowoc

Sarah Fortman Waukesha North High School

Lynn Sessler Neitzel Blackhawk Technical College, Janesville

Jody Reif Ziemann Berlin High School

Carley Goodkind Greenfield High School Linda Havas Greendale High School

Barb Olsen Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School, Jackson

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Deana Zorko West High School, Madison


Friday Afternoon — 4:30-6:00

Awards Ceremony | Keynote Address Salon D

Awards Ceremony

Presider

SuAnn Schroeder, WAFLT President Presenter

Linda Havas, WAFLT President-elect Honored Attendee

Cathy Stresing WAFLT will recognize members who have received special awards and recognitions during the past year, including recipients of the Distinguished Language Educator Award, Anthony J. Gradisnik Award, Frank M. Grittner New Teacher Award, and ACTFL Teacher of the Year Nominee.

WAFLT 2017 Distinguished Language Educator

‘The horizon leans forward offering you space to place new steps of change.’ ~Maya Angelou

Carrie Toth

Keynote Address Leaning into the Horizon

Always just out of reach, the horizon offers a beautiful view of what’s ahead. As teachers, let’s always keep taking steps toward this place of change and growth no matter how many years we have been on the path!

In 2006, Carrie received National Board Certification in Spanish. She now serves as a mentor for candidates seeking National Boards, encouraging and supporting world language colleagues. In 2011, she graduated with a Master’s Degree in Spanish Education, completing her research on the use of Understanding by Design to create meaningful cultural units for the language classroom.

Of all the people roaming this vast earth, world language teachers have special talents to take students beyond the horizon, into far-away places and cultures. Carrie Toth has ventured not only to seek those horizons out in the world with her students, but also to embrace the change within that is necessary as educators who seek professional growth.

In 2011, Carrie was named the IPA Horace Mann Innovative Educator of the Year. In 2013, she was named ICTFL Teacher of the Year, and in 2014, Central States Teacher of the Year. In 2014, Carrie represented CSCTFL in San Diego as a finalist for the 2015 ACTFL TOY.

Carrie Toth began her career as an educator in Flora, Illinois, in 1994. She is a National Board Certified Spanish Teacher, currently teaching at Salem Community High School in Illinois. She also partners with community colleges to offer dual credit opportunities to students. After 23 years in education, she is now a well-known local, regional, and national workshop presenter and keynote speaker. Carrie has presented to world language colleagues on topics of proficiency, globally-engaged classrooms, Understanding by Design, and more.

Carrie is the author of four published novels and many language proficiency teacher guides. Some of those titles include the books Vector, Bianca Nieves y los 7 Toritos, and La Calaca Alegre. Carrie also co-authored the book La hija del sastre and co-starred on the show Educators-Performers-Creators, working closely with TPRS expert, Carol Gaab. P 17 P


Continental Breakfast Danish Pastries, Muffins, and Bagels Coffee, Tea, Milk, Orange Juice Cost: Complimentary with Registration

Breakfast with WAFLT Saturday, November 4

u Attend the annual business meeting u Meet the officers and board members of WAFLT u Find out about the professional activities sponsored by WAFLT for this school year u Get information about the 2018 WAFLT Fall Conference u Win a door prize!

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6:45–7:45 a.m. Empire Room


Saturday Morning — 7:45-9:15

A.M. Technology Sessions

Saturday Technology Sessions Additional Fee – $10 Pre-Registration Recommended

T-1

Technology and the World Language Classroom: Making the Connection [4, 6, 7, 8] Presenter: Donna Moran, French Teacher, Waukesha South High School Language: All Languages Level: Middle School; High School

T-2 25 Technology Resources [3, 4, 5, 6] Presenters: Natalie Glaze, Spanish Teacher, Amherst Middle & High School; Jodi Stokdyk, Spanish Teacher, Neillsville High School; Katherine Conor, Technology Integration Coach, Neenah Joint School District Language: All Languages; Spanish Level: All Levels

This presentation will emphasize the SAMR scale and ways to use free apps and tools (Google Forms, Pic Collage, Nearpod, QR codes, Quizlet, and others) to increase personalization, communication, and engagement while enhancing peer/teacher feedback and lowering teacher stress.

Want to know what technology is available to use in the language classroom? Come learn 25 classic and new technologies to integrate into your curriculum. Activity and project ideas using Padlet, Symbaloo, Piktochart, EdPuzzle, and much more will be shared.

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Saturday Morning — 8:00-9:00

Special Interest Sessions

C-1

Breakout EDU! Break Into Classroom Creativity [3, 4, 7] Presenter: Andrea Behn, French Teacher, Parker High School, Janesville Language: All Languages Level: Middle School; High School

C-8 The UW System Placement Tests [1, 8] Presenters: Sonya Sedivy, Associate Scientist, UW Center for Placement Testing; Gail Gonzalez, Associate Professor; Chair, Spanish Placement Test Committee, UW-Parkside; Laura Anderson, Professor; Chair, French Placement Test Committee, UW-Platteville; Martina Lindseth, Professor; Chair, German Placement Test Committee, UW-Eau Claire Language: French; German; Spanish Level: High School

ΠC-2 Best Practices, Activities and Assessments for the Beginning Teacher [3, 4, 7] Presenters: Shelly Krueger, Spanish Teacher, West Bend West High School; Beth Kastner, Spanish Teacher, West Bend East High School; Christi Fischer, French Teacher, West Bend East High School Language: All Languages; French; Spanish Level: Middle School; High School; All Levels

C-9 Brains, not Buzz [4, 7, 8] (Exhibitor) Presenter: Catherine Green, Director, Klett-USA Inc. Language: German Level: Middle School; High School

C-3 Promoting Languages at All Levels [10] Presenters: Keely Lake, WAFLT Board, Wayland Academy, Beaver Dam; Karen Fowdy, WAFLT Board, Independent Consultant Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

C-10

Using Prudentius to Enrich a High School Latin Class [1, 7] Presenter: Mark Krause, Undergraduate, Ripon College Language: Latin Level: High School Œ C-11 Collaboration in Your Own Backyard! [10] Presenters: Patty McKinnon and Amélia Canilho, Spanish Teachers, Sturgeon Bay High School Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

C-4 Do-It-Yourself French Fix [1, 9, 10] Presenters: Anita Alkhas, Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin; Brett Lipshutz, Teacher, University School of Milwaukee Language: French Level: All Levels

C-12

The Japanese Pronoun Uses by Gender-neutral Learners of Japanese [1, 4, 5, 9] Presenter: Takumi Nakano, Target Language Expert of Japanese, Carthage College, Kenosha Language: Japanese Level: All Levels

C-5

Expanding Language Acquisition Through Purposeful Student Talk [4] Presenter: Melody Leung, English Learner Coordinator, DeForest Area Middle School Language: All Languages Level: Middle School; High School; Post-Secondary

C-13

Proficiency Data: A Powerful Tool for Teachers [4, 7, 8, 9] (Exhibitor) Presenter: Nicole Tilleson, Midwest Sales Manager, Avant Assessment Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

C-6

Caprichos y caprichosos: ¿Qué diría Goya de nuestra sociedad? [1, 4, 7, 10] Presenter: Paul Hoff, Professor, UW-Eau Claire Language: Spanish Level: Middle School; High School; Post-Secondary C-7 Playing with Language [2, 3, 5, 10] Presenters: Jeanne Hanson, Spanish Teacher, Swallow School, Hartland; Kellan Kurth, Spanish Teacher, Holy Apostles Catholic School, New Berlin Language: All Languages; Spanish Level: Elementary; All Levels

Conference Tip For full descriptions of Special Interest Sessions, visit the Conference Information Page at waflt.org

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Saturday Morning — 9:30-10:30

Special Interest Sessions

ΠD-1 Sparking Curiosity about Culture: Motivating Communication [1, 4] Presenter: Donna Clementi, Methods Instructor, Lawrence University, Appleton Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

D-7 Strategies for Student Centered Learning [2, 3, 7] Presenters: Stephanie Krenz and Amber Little, German Teachers, Stoughton High School Language: All Languages; German Level: Middle School; High School D-8 NNELL/FLES Networking Session [2, 4, 10] Presenter: Jessica Bradley, Spanish Teacher, Highland View Elementary Language: All Languages Level: Elementary

D-2

ULTRA Language: Upper Level Techniques Reinforcing Active Language [4, 7, 8] Presenters: Cathy Stresing, French Teacher, and Linda Havas, German Teacher, Greendale High School Language: All Languages Level: High School

D-9 Partnerships for UW-Green Bay Credit [10] Presenters: Cristina Ortiz, Professor & Chair of Modern Languages, UW-Green Bay; Amelia Canilho, Spanish Teacher, Sturgeon Bay High School; Kari Ewoldt, Spanish/ELL Teacher, De Pere High School; Meagan Strehlow, Director of Education Outreach, UW-Green Bay College Credit in High School; Madeline Brey and Isabella Daniels, Students, UW-Green Bay. Language: French; German; Spanish Level: High School

D-3

AATF-WI Idea Share and Networking Meeting [4, 7, 10] Presenters: Ellen Onsrud, AATF-WI President-Elect, Lake Mills High School; Andrea Behn, AATF-WI President, Parker High School, Janesville; Brian Wopat, AATF-WI Secretary/Treasurer, Onalaska High School Language: French Level: All Levels D-4

Go Global: Global Education Achievement Certificate Implementation & Facilitation [1, 3, 8, 10] Presenter: Deanah Downey, Spanish Teacher, Southern Door High School Language: All Languages Level: High School

D-10 Thematic Units in a Latin Classroom [1, 3, 4, 7] Presenter: Nathan Kolpin, Latin Teacher, Wauwatosa School District Language: Latin Level: All Levels D-11 Klassenzimmer 3,0 [4, 5, 6, 8] (Exhibitor) Presenter: Linda Zins-Adams, Consultant, Vista Higher Learning Language: All Languages; German Level: All Levels

ΠD-5 Get Beginning Students Off to the Right Start: The ABC's of Pronunciation [1, 4] Presenter: Jean Hindson, Associate Professor of Spanish, UW-La Crosse Language: Spanish Level: Elementary; Middle School

D-12

Bringing Two Weeks in Guatemala Back to the Classroom [1, 5, 10] Presenter: Katelynn Jensen, Spanish Teacher, Marquette Senior High School Language: Spanish Level: All Levels

D-6

Lernort-Deutschland: Integrating German Language and Culture Learning [1, 4, 5, 7] Presenters: John Stark, Emeritus Faculty, Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy; Friedemann Stuebing, Faculty, Northern Illinois University; Katharina Barbe, Department Chair NIU, Northern Illinois University; Volker Langeweile, Faculty, University of Braunschweig Institute of Technology, Braunschweig Language: German Level: All Levels

D-13

Warm Up With Culture in the Target Language! [1, 2, 4, 8] Presenters: Nicole Thompson and Taylor Rutter, Spanish Teachers, New Berlin West High School Language: All Languages; Spanish Level: Middle School; High School

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Saturday Morning — 11:00-12:00

Language Association Meetings

LM-1 WACLT Business Meeting [10] Presenter: Zhuxin Karoliussen, WACLT President, Wisconsin Association of Chinese Language Teachers Language: Chinese Level: All Levels

LM-5 WLTA Business Meeting [10] Presenter: Daniel Tess, WLTA President, Brookfield Central HS Language: Latin Level: All Levels Convivium agendum'st! WLTA will award their Distinguished Educator award and consider business for 2018, including election of officers and Latin Day.

Come join us for the WACLT Business Meeting. We will be discussing events related to WACLT, and taking the opportunity to connect and share ideas on ways to enhance and promote the teaching of Chinese in the state.

LM-6 OWL Annual Business Meeting [10] Presenter: SuAnn Schroeder, President, WAFLT, Medford Area Senior High Language: All Languages; Arabic; Chinese; Italian; Less Commonly Taught Languages; Russian Level: All Levels

LM-2 AATF-WI Business Meeting [10] Presenters: Brian Wopat, AATF-WI Secretary/Treasurer, Onalaska High School; Andrea Behn, AATF-WI President, Parker High School; Ellen Onsrud, AATF-WI President-Elect, Lake Mills High School Language: French Level: All Levels

Do you represent an 'Other World Language' than the ones listed to have an annual business meeting? Come to this meeting where participants will discuss resources for other languages, in hopes to build programs, and collaborate with other professionals.

Our annual business meeting will cover the treasurer's report, awards, new initiatives, and new business.

LM-7 AATSP-WI Business Meeting [1, 10] Presenter: Lisa Bane, AATSP-WI President Language: Spanish Level: All Levels

LM-3 AATG Business Meeting [10] Presenter: Sigurd Piwek, WI-AATG President, Milwaukee German Immersion School Language: German Level: All Levels

AATSP-WI will address language and culture topics as well as the results of the NSE and Concurso Oral. There will be the Distinguished Educator of the Year Award, our cultural presentation, and our “Regalos de vinos.”

Attendees will learn about upcoming program options for their students and be updated on the status of WI-AATG. They will have the opportunity to connect with other German teachers. Attendees will also hear from the 2017 WI-AATG Distinguished German Educator.

Conference Tip Visit the WAFLT website for updated conference information, online registration, and complete descriptions of all sessions. waflt.org

LM-4 WiATJ Business Meeting [10] Presenter: Shinji Takahashi, WiATJ President, UW-Milwaukee Language: Japanese Level: All Levels This will be the annual business meeting for the Wisconsin Association of Teachers of Japanese. We will discuss membership, finances, and cooperative programs to strengthen Japanese language programs throughout the state of Wisconsin.

Conference Tip The Language Association Business meetings are a great opportunity to network with colleagues from around the state!

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Saturday Buffet Luncheon and Awards

Saturday Luncheon Menu Italian Buffet Tossed garden salad Antipasto platter Italian vegetable blend Meat lasagna Tortellini alfredo Garlic bread Cream puffs

November 4 12:15-1:15 Empire Room

Future Language Teacher Award, Recognition of Merit, Certificate of Professional Service, and the Donna Clementi Blue Ribbon Award of Excellence in World Language Programs

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Cost: $16.50


Saturday Afternoon — 1:30-3:00

P.M. Technology Sessions

Saturday Technology Sessions Additional Fee – $10 Pre-Registration Recommended

T-3 Lightening the Load [1, 4, 6, 8] Presenter: Paula Meyer, Spanish Teacher/Technology Coach, Appleton North High School Language: All Languages Level: High School

T-4 Can You Breakout Edu? [3, 5, 6, 7] Presenter: Kari Ewoldt, Spanish/ELL Teacher, DePere High School Language: All Languages Level: Middle School; High School

Two digital tools will be presented that have enhanced interpersonal writing. Student blogging provides students an authentic audience for interpersonal communication. Assessment of these blogs, as well as assessment of longer writing tasks with Doctopus and Goobric, will be presented.

Can you engage in collaboration, problem solving, and critical thinking to escape? After attempting a breakout and debriefing, we will discuss how you can use the Breakout Edu model to introduce, review, and enhance portions of your curriculum.

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Saturday Afternoon — 1:30-2:30

Special Interest Sessions

ΠE-1 TOYs (Teachers of the Year) Talk Proficiency [9, 10] Presenter: Joshua LeGreve, WAFLT Past President, Green Lake School District, and former WAFLT Teachers of the Year Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

E-7

E-2

E-8

Inclusive Pedagogy for the Language Classroom [1, 3, 4, 7] Presenters: Joshua Brown, Associate Professor of German, Connor Zielinski, Student, and Tristan Devick, Student, UW-Eau Claire Language: All Languages; German Level: All Levels

Bye Textbooks or Buy Textbooks?: The State of Language Materials in a Digital World [3, 4, 7] Presenter: Lynn Neitzel, Japanese Instructor, Blackhawk Technical College, Janesville Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

Take 2! 2.0 That Is. Ready, Set, Discuss, Even Sensitive Topics, with Your Digital Natives in an Intermediate Spanish Class [1, 6] Presenter: Linda Schumacher, Spanish and French Instructor and Coordinator, Harper College, Palatine, IL Language: Spanish Level: High School; Post-Secondary

ΠE-3 Film: More Than Fluff [1, 3, 4, 7] Presenter: Andrea Behn, French Teacher, Parker High School, Janesville Language: All Languages; French Level: Middle School; High School; Post-Secondary

E-9 CI Tailored for Classicists [1, 4, 7] Presenter: Daniel Tess, Latin and German Instructor, Brookfield Central High School Language: Latin Level: All Levels

E-4

Current Events in The French Classroom [1, 4, 7] Presenter: Deb Bowe-Wielgus, French Teacher, Waukesha West High School Language: French Level: High School

E-10 Flüchtlinge und die Flüchtlingskrise - eine Unterrichtseinheit [1, 3, 4, 7] Presenters: Jolene Wochenske, German Teacher, Middleton HS and Kromrey MS; Jeff Dyer, German Teacher, Oregon High School; Melanie Lasee, German Teacher, Ashwaubenon High School Language: All Languages; German Level: All Levels

E-5

Global Education: Forming Deeper Global Connections in the World Language Classroom [7, 10] Presenters: Leslie Corbin, French & Spanish Teacher, GEAC Coordinator, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah High School; Brian Wopat, French Teacher, NBCT & GEAC Coordinator, Onalaska High School ; Danielle Chaussee, Spanish Teacher, NBCT & GEAC Coordinator, Oconomowoc High School Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

Conference Tip After you have registered: C Look for a detailed receipt sent via email as soon as the registration is processed. C Double check that you are signed up for the proper workshops and meal functions. C Make any changes/additions to your registration by logging in to the WAFLT website prior to the conference. C Please note that additions may require additional payment and on-site change requests are subject to availability.

E-6

Progressive Mastery: Blended Teaching Ideas [3, 4, 7, 8] Presenters: Ellen Onsrud, French Teacher, and Cam Dary, Science Teacher, Lake Mills High School Language: All Languages Level: Middle School; High School

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Saturday Afternoon — 2:45-3:45

Special Interest Sessions

F-1

Real-life Experiences Using Authentic Spanish Resources [1, 3, 6] (Exhibitor) Presenter: Deborah Shouba, Curriculum Specialist, Pearson Language: Spanish Level: Middle School; High School

F-8

Ich ging im Walde – mit den Schülern hin! Teaching about and in the Forest [1, 4, 10] Presenter: Mark Wagner, German Teacher, Nicolet High School, Glendale Language: German Level: High School; Post-Secondary

ΠF-2

ΠF-9

100% TL? Yes, You Can! (Or, What I Learned from Teaching ELLs) [1, 4, 7, 9] Presenter: Margaret Schmidt, French/ELL Teacher, Milwaukee Public Schools Language: All Languages Level: All Levels

Life Hacks: Classroom Edition (aka Making EVERY Minute Count) [4, 5, 7] Presenter: Kelly Ferguson, Spanish Teacher, LaFollette High School, Madison Language: All Languages Level: All Levels F-3

MOPI-Inspired Interpersonal Communication [2, 4, 8] Presenter: Katelynn Jensen, Spanish Teacher, Marquette Senior High School, MI Language: All Languages Level: All Levels F-4

How to Overcome Challenges in an Elementary Program [2, 4, 9, 10] Presenter: Jeanne Hanson, Spanish Teacher, Swallow School, Hartland Language: All Languages; Spanish Level: Elementary; All Levels F-5

Maximizing Effective Language Teaching through Professional Learning Communities and Action Research [4, 9, 10] Presenters: Claire Mitchell, Kimberly Morris, and Shelley Hay, Assistant Professors, UW-La Crosse Language: All Languages Level: All Levels F-6 Mastery Based Learning [2, 3, 4, 7] Presenters: Tena Hartman, Laura Grossman, and Michael Jansen, Spanish Teachers, Marshall School District Language: All Languages Level: Middle School; High School F-7

Problems of Implementing the edTPA for Student Teachers, Cooperating Teachers, and Teacher Preparation Programs [4, 9, 10] Presenter: Tobias Barske, Professor of German and Foreign Language Teaching, UW-Stevens Point Language: All Languages Level: All Levels P 26 P


Conference Sessions by Language All Languages A-2

A-3 A-4 A-5 A-8 A-9 A-10 A-12 A-14 B-1 B-3 B-4 B-5 B-6 B-9 B-11 B-14 B-15 C-1 C-2 C-3 C-5 C-7 C-11 C-13 D-1 D-2 D-4 D-7 D-8 D-11

D-13 E-1 E-2

Warm Up With Culture in the Target Language! TOYs Talk Proficiency Bye Textbooks or Buy Textbooks?: The State of Language Materials in a Digital World E-3 Film: More Than Fluff E-5 Global Education: Forming Deeper Global Connections in the World Language Classroom E-6 Progressive Mastery: Blended Teaching Ideas E-7 Inclusive Pedagogy for the Language Classroom E-10 Flüchtlinge und die Flüchtlingskrise - eine Unterrichtseinheit F-2 Life Hacks: Classroom Edition (aka Making EVERY Minute Count) F-3 MOPI-Inspired Interpersonal Communication F-4 How to Overcome Challenges in an Elementary Program F-5 Maximizing Effective Language Teaching through Professional Learning Communities and Action Research F-6 Mastery Based Learning F-7 Problems of Implementing the edTPA for Student Teachers, Cooperating Teachers, and Teacher Preparation Programs F-9 100% TL? Yes, You Can! (Or, What I Learned from Teaching ELLs) FW-1 Looking Forward, Planning Backward FW-2 Proficiency GO! How to Power Up and Evolve Your Classroom FW-3 App Tools of the Trade FW-4 Reaching Beyond the Horizon of Your Comfort Zone FW-6 All Things Virtual: Encouraging Proficiency in an Established 1-1 School FW-7 Using the Wisconsin Language Portfolio On-line FW-8 Gamify Your Language with “LUDUS” FW-9 Working with English Learners FW-10 Using Children's Books in the Target Language FW-11 High School Visitors Program FW-12 Teachers for Tomorrow: WAFLT's Career Changers Workshop LM-6 OWL Annual Business Meeting T-1 Technology and the World Language Classroom: Making the Connection T-2 25 Technology Resources T-3 Lightening the Load T-4 Can You Breakout Edu?

The Intersection of Essential Questions, Language Functions, and Authentic Texts to Strengthen Communication Skills Increase Visibility: Using Thinking Routines and Visible Thinking to Improve Speaking and Writing Reach Beyond the Screen: Using Video to Develop Reading Proficiency Milk that Authentic Resource:Doing More with Less Where to Start with the Seal of Biliteracy? Let's Breakout Social Media? For Professional Development? Yes, really! Strategies for Building or Activating Background Knowledge From Passports to Parent Meetings: A Guide to Traveling with Students Taking the Lead: Proficiency-Oriented Programs in Practice - WAFLT Summer Institute Showcase Building Proficiency at Novice Mid: Moving Beyond the Word Level & Creating a Speaking Culture Student Created Oral Assessments Boost Creativity & Proficiency with Augmented Reality Defining Identity - Going Beyond Appearance and Family Laying the Tracks: Our Route to a K-12 Language Program Simple Brain-based Techniques that Bring Life and Personalization to the WL Classroom All About Cultural Exchange Trips How Do I Award the Seal of Biliteracy? Breakout EDU! Break Into Classroom Creativity Best Practices, Activities, and Assessments for the Beginning Teacher Promoting Languages at All Levels Expanding Language Acquisition Through Purposeful Student Talk Playing with Language Collaboration in Your Own Backyard! Proficiency Data: A Powerful Tool for Teachers Sparking Curiosity about Culture: Motivating Communication ULTRA Language: Upper Level Techniques Reinforcing Active Language Go Global: Global Education Achievement Certificate Implementation & Facilitation Strategies for Student Centered Learning NNELL/FLES Networking Session Klassenzimmer 3,0

Chinese LM-1

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WACLT Business Meeting


Conference Sessions by Language French A-5 A-6

Milk that Authentic Resource: Doing More with Less How to Use Three Original Videos and Songs to Teach French Grammar B-7 Effective Teaching With Saint-Exupery's, Le Petit Prince B-10 National Board Certification in World Languages C-2 Best Practices, Activities, and Assessments for the Beginning Teacher C-4 Do-It-Yourself French Fix C-8 The UW System Placement Tests D-3 AATF-WI Idea Share and Networking Meeting D-9 Partnerships for UW-Green Bay Credit E-3 Film: More Than Fluff E-4 Current Events in The French Classroom FW-13 Creating Units About Social Justice Issues and Global Perspectives LM-2 AATF-WI Business Meeting German A-7

Flüchtlinge in Deutschland - Angekommen oder immer noch auf der Flucht? B-6 Defining Identity – Going Beyond Appearance & Family B-8 The Art of Work and Industry C-8 The UW System Placement Tests C-9 Brains, not Buzz D-6 Lernort-Deutschland: Integrating German Language and Culture Learning D-7 Strategies for Student Centered Learning D-9 Partnerships for UW-Green Bay Credit D-11 Klassenzimmer 3,0 E-7 Inclusive Pedagogy for the Language Classroom E-10 Flüchtlinge und die Flüchtlingskrise - eine Unterrichtseinheit F-8 Ich ging im Walde – mit den Schülern hin! Teaching about and in the Forest LM-3 AATG Business Meeting Japanese Effective Language Teaching through Technology The Japanese Pronoun Uses by Gender-neutral Learners of Japanese LM-4 WiATJ Business Meeting

A-15 B-12

Effective Language Teaching through Technology Honey Bees and Classical Latin: Alive in the Modern World LM-6 OWL Annual Business Meeting Spanish A-1 A-3 A-5 A-15 B-2 B-9 B-10 B-13 B-14 C-2 C-6 C-7 C-8 D-5 D-9 D-12 D-13 E-8 F-1

FW-13

Latin Wisconsin Latin and Ancient Greek Honey Bees and Classical Latin: Alive in the Modern World

Using Prudentius to Enrich a High School Latin Class Thematic Units in a Latin Classroom CI Tailored for Classicists WLTA Business Meeting

Less Commonly Taught Languages

F-4 FW-5

A-15 C-12

A-13 B-12

C-10 D-10 E-9 LM-5

FW-14 LM-7 T-2

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Punto com: Celebrating 10 Years with 10 Favorite Websites Increase Visibility: Using Thinking Routines and Visible Thinking to Improve Speaking and Writing Milk that Authentic Resource : Doing More with Less Effective Language Teaching through Technology Got Game? Our Route to a K-12 Language Program National Board Certification in World Languages Ánimo. Energize Your Class with Authentic Cultural Materials from Ecuador All About Cultural Exchange Trips Best Practices, Activities and Assessments for the Beginning Teacher Caprichos y caprichosos: ¿Qué diría Goya de nuestra sociedad? Playing with Language The UW System Placement Tests Get Beginning Students Off to the Right Start: The ABC's of Pronunciation Partnerships for UW-Green Bay Credit Bringing 2 Weeks in Guatemala to the Classroom Warm Up With Culture in the Target Language! Discuss, Even Sensitive Topics, with Your Digital Natives in an Intermediate Spanish Class Real-life Experiences Using Authentic Spanish Resources Overcome Challenges in an Elementary Program Recursos auténticos: Using Technology to Design and Implement Assessments to Fit Your Thematic Units Creating Units About Social Justice Issues and Global Perspectives Mujeres al borde de un ataque de NOVIOS. AATSP-WI Business Meeting 25 Technology Resources


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A joint conference of the Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages and the Wisconsin Association for Language Teachers March 8 – 10, 2018 Hilton City Center Milwaukee, WI For more information, contact Patrick T. Raven CSCTFL Executive Director 7141A Ida Red Road Egg Harbor, WI 54209 Phone: 414-405-4645 Fax: 920-868-1682 E-mail: CSCTFL@aol.com Web: www.csctfl.org


WAFLT Conference Hotel Radisson Paper Valley November 2-4, 2017 Reservation Code Radisson Paper Valley Hotel 333 W. College Avenue (920) 733-8000 or 800-242-3499 www.radissonpapervalley.com

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Cancellation Policy 24 hours prior to arrival date

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Quad

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Amenities Indoor pool, restaurants and lounges

Reservation Deadline: October 4, 2017

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You may register by phone at 920-733-8000 or 800-242-3499 or online a www.radissonpapervalley.com. You will need a credit card at the time of reservation and you will receive a confirmation number. Specify WAFLT as the reservation code. “Concierge” accommodations are available at the Paper Valley Hotel (PVH). Call 800-242-3499 and request in-house reservations for additional information and rates. Specify WAFLT as the reservation code. The PVH has 387 rooms and the property is 100% smoke-free. No charges are applied to your credit card until you check out, unless you do not abide by the hotel’s cancellation policy. Tax exemption will be allowed if: (a) your school has a tax exempt number; (b) you have a purchase order; or (c) you have a letter stating the charges will be reimbursed by a tax exempt entity. This information has to be in the PVH system at least two weeks prior to arrival. Express check-out will save you time and will eliminate long lines. When you check in, make it clear how payment is to be made. You will receive a bill under your door the night before departure or you can access it on the TV. Then you can just leave your key in the room. Please allow for state and local taxes when making your plans. Contact the Paper Valley Hotel for further details.

Downtown Appleton Washington Street Ramp (entrances on Washington or Division) and Midtown Ramp (entrances on Superior, Appleton, and Lawrence Streets) have skywalks to the Paper Valley Hotel. Parking fees are assessed based on time spent in the garage and are paid upon exiting the ramps. The maximum cost is $5.00 per 24 hours.

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Online WAFLT Membership/Conference Registration Instructions Register online at waflt.org by October 20, 2017

WAFLT Online Membership Procedures C Login at waflt.org – OR – create a new login C Click on “Account Information” C Click on “Edit,” update your personal information, and save C Click the “Join” or “Renew” button

C Note: Save on conference registration by renewing your membership first! WAFLT Online Conference Registration Procedures C C C C C

Go to waflt.org. Note: Save on conference registration by renewing your membership first! You must have a login to register for the conference. Create that first if you have not done so in the past. Follow the conference drop-down to the annual conference page and click the “Register now” link. You will be prompted to login. Complete the registration form. You will receive a detailed confirmation via e-mail when your registration has been successfully completed. C Pay with a credit card. Your registration will be finalized when you complete the registration process and pay with a credit card. – OR – C Pay by check. Complete the registration form online, print it, and mail the receipt and a check payable to WAFLT to: WAFLT Registration ~ P.O. Box 1493 ~ Appleton, WI 54912 The form contains a code that will allow us to finalize your registration once we receive the check. Checks must be included with this form. Any forms received without checks will be returned to you unprocessed. A $25 fee will be charged for checks returned because of insufficient funds. We cannot accept school purchase orders.

Please note: C Thursday offers a five-hour pre-conference workshop with an additional fee of $45 which includes lunch. C Friday morning is reserved for workshops with an additional fee of $20. Pre-registration is recommended. C Saturday offers 90-minute morning and afternoon technology sessions for an additional fee of $10. Pre-registration is recommended. C Onsite registration is an additional $10.00 on Friday and/or Saturday. C If you have any special needs under ADA, please advise us by email to program@waflt.org. ASL needs must be requested in writing by October 1, 2017.

Refund Procedure C Refund requests must be made in writing by November 30, 2017, and sent to WAFLT at P.O. Box 1493, Appleton, WI 54912. C A service charge of $20.00 is applied to all refunds. C No refunds for meals or workshop tickets are possible after October 20, 2017. C Membership dues are non-refundable.

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Important! If your school district submits your registration for attending the WAFLT Fall Conference, please double check that the proper workshops, meal functions, etc. are selected. You will receive a detailed receipt by email as soon as your registration has been processed. Prior to the conference you are able to make changes/additions to your registration by logging into your WAFLT account. Additions may require extra payment. Change requests made on-site at the conference cannot be guaranteed.


FAQs What is the WAFLT payment address?

I can only attend Friday. Is there a special Friday-only option?

Payments can be mailed to WAFLT – P.O. Box 1493 – Appleton WI 54912

WAFLT registration is available for Friday/Saturday or Saturday only. There is no Friday-only option.

What is WAFLT’s phone number?

The Friday workshop I wanted to attend is full. Is there a waiting list?

Because our organization is run entirely by volunteers, we do not have a central office. For registration-specific concerns, please email us at registration@waflt.org.

We do not maintain a waiting list, but occasionally take late cancellations which may make tickets available. Check at the registration table to see if seats in the workshop you would like to attend have become available.

What if my school district is paying for my registration and mailing a check? Start your registration online and print your payment receipt. Then, give the receipt to your district to write the check. We recommend that you ask your district how much time is needed to allow sufficient time for processing. To avoid late registration fees, checks must arrive no later than the Friday before the conference.

Is there a Thursday-only option? Yes. Consult the online registration form for the most current rate information. I registered using my personal credit card and need to submit a receipt to my district for reimbursement.

Can I attend the conference without registering?

Login to your account at waflt.org. Click on the “My Receipts” link at the left side of the screen. You may view and print a receipt from that link.

No. All attendees must register for the conference.

Wisconsin Association For Language Teachers & Discover Languages Wisconsin Presents the 2017 Discover Languages

Student Video & Postcard Contests Contest Theme:

Languages – Reach Beyond the Horizon! For All Students Enrolled in World Language Classes in Wisconsin Elementary (PK-5) ~ Middle School (6-8) ~ High School (9-12) ~ Post-Secondary (Undergraduate) As you learn more about our world, bring the world to Wisconsin. Show us how much languages mean to you and how important they are in your life! Submission Deadline October 2, 2017 Visit waflt.org for contest details to begin!

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Mail-in WAFLT Membership Conference Registration November 2-4, 2017 Please Print Last Name

Home Street Address

First Name

Middle Initial

City

State

Zip

Telephone Number (

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Name of Institution

School/Work Street Address

City

State

Zip

Telephone Number

( School/Work E-mail Address

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Home E-mail Address

The above information is: “ a new home address “ a name change Previous name was All WAFLT materials should be mailed to: “ my home address

“ my work/school address

“ Check here if this is your first WAFLT conference Please check the appropriate spaces below: Language(s) Taught: Chinese French German Japanese Latin Spanish Other:

Position:

Level:

Teacher Administrator Department Chair Supervisor/Coordinator Student Teacher Other:

Elementary Middle/Junior High School College/University Other:

Instructions C Mail this WAFLT Membership/Conference Registration form by October 20, 2017 to: WAFLT ~ P.O. Box 1493 ~ Appleton, WI 54912 C Checks must be included with this form. Any forms received without checks will be returned to you unprocessed. C Payment must be in U.S. currency. No school purchase orders can be accepted. A $25.00 fee will be charged for checks returned because of insufficient funds. C Refund request must be made in written form by November 30, 2017, and sent to the WAFLT Registration address. WAFLT service charge for refunds is $20.00. Membership dues are non-refundable. Refunds for meals and/or workshop tickets are not possible after October 23, 2017. C If you have any special needs under ADA or special menu needs, please advise on an attached sheet to this form. ASL needs must be requested in writing by October 1, 2017. C If you are unable to attend the Conference, but wish to join WAFLT for 2017, you may do so online at waflt.org or by checking the appropriate box in Membership Dues section on the following page and including your check. WAFLT does not sell or share our membership list with anyone!

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Mail-in WAFLT Membership / Conference Registration

Register Online at waflt.org Pay by credit card – OR – Print, mail, and pay by check

Membership Dues

“ Regular Member – 3 Years – $80.00 “ Regular Member – 1 Year – $30.00 “ Lifetime Member – $600.00

Conference Registration Fee Includes

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admission to all sessions except Optional Ticketed Events (below)

“ Retired – 3 Years – $65.00 “ Retired – 1 Year – $25.00 “ Student Member – $25.00

Regular Member – $45.00 Retired or Student Member – $30.00 Non-member – $80.00 Saturday Only Member – $35.00 Saturday Only Non-Member – $55.00

Please note: On-site Registration (Friday and/or Saturday) $10 extra

Thursday Workshop (includes registration, breaks, & lunch) “ Member $45.00 “ Non-Member $55.00

Optional Ticketed Events Pre-registration recommended

Endowment Contribution

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“ Friday Workshops – $20.00 Indicate your top three choices by code (i.e., FW-1, FW-2, etc.) in order of preference: First _______ Second ________ Third ________

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” A.M. Saturday Technology Session – $10.00 Indicate your top two choices by code (i.e., T-1, T-2, etc.) in order of preference: First _______ Second ________

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” P.M. Saturday Technology Session – $10.00 Indicate your top two choices by code (i.e., T-3, T-4, or T-5) in order of preference: First _______ Second ________

Meals

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Friday Luncheon Saturday Luncheon

$16.50 $16.50

Number - _____ x $16.50 = _______ Number - _____ x $16.50 = _______

General Endowment Contribution Professional Development Scholarship (Honoring Dr. Roma Hoff, Dr. Connie Knop, and

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Dr. Irène Kraemer)

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Student Study Scholarship (Honoring O. Lynn Bolton) Please make check payable to WAFLT (School purchase orders cannot be accepted)

Total Amount

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2017 Pre-Conference Booklet  

Check out all the sessions and highlights for the 2017 WAFLT conference to be held in Appleton, WI November 2-4, 2017

2017 Pre-Conference Booklet  

Check out all the sessions and highlights for the 2017 WAFLT conference to be held in Appleton, WI November 2-4, 2017

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