The Alexandra C. Wallace Essay Contest Extended 

How do world languages figure in the lives and futures of our students? The Alexandra C. Wallace Essay Contest has been getting great stories from junior and senior high school students that inspire AND earn prizes! Now, because spring-break vacations have distracted or disrupted the contest submission week, the deadline has been changed from April 1 to a new, final deadline of April 19. Please encourage your students to enter the contest. Contest rules and details are on our FLANC website here: http://fla-nc.org/wp/?page_id=590

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Presentation Materials – Fall 2014 Workshop and Conference

Files used in the presentations such us power point files, documents and/or pdf files from handouts and other resources

“From Print to Digital in the Foreign Language Classroom” – Sonia Estima with Natalia Barley and Edgar Roca ( File 1  and File 2 )

“Petrified Errors: Why Common Errors Persist and How to Evade them?” – Jasmin Banic  ( File 1 )

“How Different Kinds of Japanese Characters on Sake Labels Appeal to Americans” – Takako Nishikawa ( File 1 )

“The Use of Female Sentence-Final Particles in Japanese TV Dramas” – Mika Sawada ( File 1 and File 2 )

“Comprehensible Input for Optimal Acquisition and Fluency” – Contee Seely ( File 1 )

“Using Active Reading and Listening Approach in Foreign Language Instruction” – Robin Berube with Tatjana Mitrovic ( File 1 )

“Speaking Contests as a Tool to Promote Language Proficiency” – Tatyana Neronova ( File 1 )

Any information or images appearing on the Presentation Materials are copyright of their original owners. The Foreign Language Association of Northern California is not in any way trying to assert its ownership of any authors’ intellectual property.

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