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Differentiating Language Instruction

Each unit we teach has a certain set of learning outcomes that the instructor helps every student to achieve. Once those outcomes are identified and the assessments created, the instructor must make a series of tasks to prepare students to meet those outcomes and perform to the best of their

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Mentoring Matters: The Power of Collaboration

Sixteen years ago, the Linda/Cathy show made its debut and we have not been the same since. Our friendship and professional relationship was in no way hindered by the fact that we teach two different languages.  As we say in all of the presentations we are fortunate to do together,

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High Tech/Low Tech: Refresh, Reflect, Restart Recharged

As the school year winds down and we all begin to breathe again, we look forward to a refresh over the summer. Perhaps that is a glass of lemonade, a cold beer, or an opportunity to finally update all those apps on your phone and laptop without having to worry

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Mentoring Matters: Who’s your Liz?

Do you have a story about mentoring that you’d like to share? Please consider submitting yours to: mentor@waflt. If you are interested in finding or being a mentor, please visit WAFLT’s mentoring page. All mentoring participants and mentoring story contributors will receive a “Great Thought A Day” notepad!  Mentoring models are varied

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Inspiring the Choir to Sing-From Advocate to Activist

Last July, the Advocacy in Action column was titled “Beyond Preaching to the Choir.”  To continue that metaphor, I’d like to share my favorite new quote about advocacy, “The reason we preach to the choir is because we want to inspire them to sing.” (Dr. Jay Ketner) I was inspired

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WAFLT Conference Poster Sessions: High Tech Low Tech

Have you thought about presenting at WAFLT but then wondered if you really had enough to share? Well, you do! It’s all about the packaging. Maybe you don’t feel ready to spend a whole hour talking about what you are doing. Perhaps you prefer that one-to-a-few informal conversation with colleagues.

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Mentoring Matters: Focus on the Students

Do you have a story about mentoring that you’d like to share? Please consider submitting yours to: mentor@waflt email. If you are interested in finding or being a mentor, please visit WAFLT’s mentoring page. All mentoring participants and mentoring story contributors will receive a “Great Thought A Day” notepad!  We know from

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- 21 days ago

Check out our July '22 WAFLT eVoice - https://t.co/OaV1aIPWXh
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- 27 days ago

There is still time to register for Summer Institute! Reserve your spot now and we will see you in Madison on August 1st and 2nd! Here is a short video invite from one of our facilitators, Danielle Chaussee! Go to https://t.co/OEuMOEL5cn for more info and to register! https://t.co/py9XYkvWU8
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- 31 days ago

Don't miss this great opportunity on August 1-2 in Madison! Summer Institute is going to be a jam-packed two days to get you energized for the next school year and extra ready to engage students and encourage global competence! Register at https://t.co/OEuMOEL5cn https://t.co/8MCxpAFu47
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- 31 days ago

Dear WI World Language Colleagues, Are you ready to return to an in-person WAFLT Fall Conference? So are we! Our 2022 keynote highlights "Wisconsin Voices" and we'd like to hear from you! Please share your thoughts on the Google form linked below! https://t.co/mAfVhsv6u4
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