Partner Event | Then & Now: FL Methodology Revisited

University of Texas at Austin, Glickman Center (Liberal Arts Building - CLA 1.302B)

This workshop brings together four language and culture experts, who have all witnessed transformations in teaching and learning languages over the past decades. In four separate presentations, they will examine critical changes in the methods, materials, and means that are employed in and out of the classroom that have reshaped language learning in the 2010s. The workshop will take on the topics of changes in technology applications, the teaching of reading, the teaching of culture, and the language “textbook” in recent decades. Each presenter will focus on practical applications for use in and out of class, as well as ways to adapt these recommendations to various languages, levels, and learning environments for use by the participants.

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