Have you ever had to teach in a classroom or program with language learners of various proficiency levels? How did/would you adapt your teaching methods, materials, and lesson content to accommodate and include the needs of each student while achieving the lesson's objectives?
In five minutes, each presenter will have an opportunity to share effective and efficient teaching strategies and quick tips for managing different language levels in the classroom through a classroom activity which they have developed.
Laura Gurzynski-Weiss, Spanish and Portuguese
"Sequencing Tasks for Optimal Learner Involvement"
Ekaterina Cervantes, Germanic Studies
"Beyond the Flashcards: Review Activities"
Damesh Satova, Central Eurasian Studies
Juliane Wuensch, Germanic Studies
"Jeopardy-Learner's Choice: a Flexible Game to Review and Assess"
Susanne Even, Germanic Studies
"Unusual Photos as Impulses for Creative Activity"
Gulhayo Kobilova, Cenral Eurasian Studies
"You Cannot Finish Without Me"
Taiwo Oluwaseun Ehineni, Linguistics
"Accommodating Language Levels Through Pair Work and Role Plays"
Reefat Munmun, Dhar India Studies
"Low, Mid, and High: Fiting All in One!"
Marianna Orsi, French and Italian
"Teaching Italian L2 Through Video"
Houssem Ben Lazreg, Literacy, Culture, and Language Education
"Teaching Writing Through Proverbs"
Eman Mohammed Fadel Farag, Near Eastern Studies
"Greetings in Arabic"
German and Germanic Studies; French and Italian; Spanish and Portuguese; India Studies; Slavic Languages and Literature; Summer Language Workshop