Core Practices of ACTFL
WHEN: Saturday, April 15, 2017. 10:00AM – 3:30PM
WHERE: Dublin Jerome High School: https://goo.gl/maps/P6RwAxfjbPB2
WHAT: This is the second workshop on Core Practices of ACTFL by Dr. Francis Troyan from The Ohio State University.
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Parking is free, and participants can park on either side of the building.
We will meet in classroom B203. Whichever side of the building you park on, instructions for finding the classroom are the same: When you enter the building, walk straight ahead to find the cafeteria and the large staircase that leads up from it. Take the large staircase to the second floor, then turn right. Turn left at the first hallway, next to the large green sign which says “Celtic Copy Center”. B203 is the first room on the right.
This is a FREE workshop, but OATJ will collect $10 for lunch at the registration table if you asked us to reserve a bento for you. Wi-fi and outlets are available. If you will be using a laptop whose battery might not last the whole meeting, you might wish to bring an extension cord.
! Please please bring $10 in cash for your bento. You can also pay by check.
! Please also let Kiyosue-sensei (firstname.lastname@example.org) know by Thursday (4/13) noon if you asked us to reserve a bento for you, but you have a food allergy or special dietary need.
In a case of emergency, please call or text Kiyosue-sensei (614-214-8673).
Thank you again for registering for this year’s OATJ Spring Workshop this coming Saturday. We are looking forward to seeing you!
2017 OATJ Spring Workshop Schedule
10:00-10:05 Opening remarks (Kiyosue-sensei)
10:00-12:30 Dr. Francis Troyan – Core Practices in World Language Education –
12:30-1:30 Networking Lunch (bento from Ka Ren)
1:30-3:30 Dr. Francis Troyan – Core Practices in World Language Education – (Continued)
3:30-3:35 Closing remarks