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Applied Pedagogy Workshops – Fall 2016

Abstract

LAIC is home to many linguists and language specialists who are active researchers and well-known references in fields related to Second Language Acquisition, Applied Linguistics, Language Pedagogy, or Teacher Training, among many others. This monthly workshop series is aimed at the Professional Development of our lecturers and anyone at LAIC interested in language pedagogy, such as our graduate students. The goal of the workshops is to enhance the development of our Language Programs (Spanish, Catalan, and Portuguese) by presenting, discussing, and debating pedagogical approaches to foreign language teaching within our Columbia/Barnard classes.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30TH

Sonia Montero (Columbia) - Los artículos cuentan. El valor cuantificador de el/la/los/las, un/a/os/as y Ø

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28TH

Marcela Fritzler (Instituto Cervantes Tel Aviv) & Lisi Barros-Sehringer (Princeton International School of Mathematics and Science) – Invited speakers - De consumidores de textos a  ser prosumidores literarios. Narrativa transmedia en la clase de ELE

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18TH

María Eugenia Lozano (Barnard) - Translanguaging and Identity in a Kindergarten Classroom: Validating Student’s Home Culture and Language in an English-Only Era

ALL SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE IN ROOM 206 AT THE CASA HISPÁNICA, BETWEEN 1:10PM AND 2:25PM.

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Citation

Reyes Llopis-García, « Applied Pedagogy Workshops – Fall 2016 », Workshops, Columbia University | LAIC, Department of Latin American and Iberian Cultures (online), published on September 20, 2016. Full URL for this article

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