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CFP (Korean Special Interest Group in ACTFL): Extended Deadline by 2/15/2012

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2012-01-11 07:45
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Call for Presentation
Proposals

Sessions (60 minutes) or
Papers (20 minutes)

Korean Special Interest Group (KSIG)

American Council on the
Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL)

(Attached: 2012 SIG
Submission Guidelines)


We are
accepting proposals for sessions (60 minutes) or papers (20 minutes) for the
KSIG sessions at the 2012 ACTFL Convention to be held in Philadelphia, PA,
November 16-18. We are especially interested in proposals in collaboration
with K-12 and college
addressing pedagogical issues applicable to Korean
teaching.

Please follow these
ACTFL guidelines for your submission:

Sessions
(60 minutes)

Sessions
are limited to four presenters and should address a topic of interest to
attendees. Sessions are 60 minutes in length. Presenters should avoid reading
papers and/or study results, but instead, share valuable information and skills
in an engaging format.

Papers (20
minutes)

Paper
presentations should address a research topic of interest to
attendees. Presenters should avoid reading papers and/or study results, and
instead present the valuable information in an engaging format.

General
guidelines for both sessions and papers:

TITLE: The title
of the proposal cannot be more than 10 words in length. The topic should be
relevant to current concerns of the profession and have appeal to either a
general or a specific audience.

DESCRIPTION:
The description must be a maximum of 50 words. It must be in final, publishable
format and free from errors. Your description must have audience appeal, and it
must clearly align with the content of your proposal.

CONTENT:
Strong content must show depth, originality and/or insight into your topic in a
maximum of 150 words. The content of your proposed presentation must be very
clear, specific and detailed. It must align with the keyword you selected and
describe specific knowledge and skills and/or improvement in teaching/learning
that can occur. The content must be appropriate for the allotted
time.

METHODS: The
methods section must indicate how information will be shared with the audience
in a maximum of 150 words. Your presentational modes must be specifically
identified and appear highly engaging. High participant involvement is
expected.

OUTCOMES: List
measurable objectives in a maximum of 50 words. Please provide up to three
statements in which you describe what participants will learn and/or be able to
do as a result of attending your presentation. These objectives should be the
foundation upon which you build your presentation.

 

You can
submit the proposal to KSIG Chair (sundy@binghamton.edu) by February 15, 2012.  (ACTFL General
Session Deadline: 1/11/2011)

We look forward to receiving
your proposal:

Sungdai Cho,  KSIG
Chair, sundy@binghamton.edu

Hyosang Lee, KSIG
Vice-Chair, hslee@indiana.edu

Sunmi Choe, KSIG
Vice-Chair, sunchoe3@gmail.com

Joowon Suh, KSIG
Tresurer, suh@princeton.edu

Sahie Kang,
ex-officio, sahiekang@yahoo.com
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