Creating lessons using the FLLITE approach

Chantelle Warner (University of Arizona)

This webinar is part of a series of webinars for the Foreign Languages and the Literary in the Everyday (FLLITE) project. The first webinar introduced FLLITE and explained the different kinds of language play that can appear in a text. In this second webinar, Chantelle Warner (University of Arizona) will explain the process of creating engaging classroom lessons that exploit the linguistic, literary and ethnographic dimensions of a target-language text, so that teachers will be able to begin creating their own literacy lessons for the foreign language classroom. 

CPE Credits are available for those who attend the whole webinar. 

About the FLLITE project

This project, a joint initiative of COERLL and the Center for Educational Resources in Culture, Language, and Literacy (CERCLL) aims to create an educational community of practice whose teacher-members will generate crowdsourced literacy materials for the L2 classroom. The materials will refine and extend the pedagogical principles of “the literary in the everyday”, in which “the literary” refers to the range of playful, metaphorical, and non-conventional ways of making meaning. 

Learn more about the project in the recording of the first webinar.

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