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Welcome to the 2016 American Classical League Institute
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Sunday, June 26 • 8:00am - 11:00am
Pre-Institute Session 1: Comprehensible Input Strategies: Scaffolding and Sequencing for the Latin Classroom

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Interested in learning how to implement Comprehensible Input for a weeklong unit? Want to experience Comprehensible Input yourself as a student? During these six hours, participants will receive a hands-on demonstration of Comprehensible Input strategies, while taking part in pre-reading activities needed for reading a passage of classical text. In addition, participants will engage in post-reading activities for consolidation/extension purposes.

Speakers
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Rachel Ash

ACL Treasurer-Elect, Parkview High School
I teach in a large program (with 4.5 teachers!) in a public school using Comprehensible Input methods. I just finished my Master's and am just waiting for the paperwork to go through, and my studies in graduate school informed a lot of my teaching in the past few years, since I stopped using a textbook. I am excited to meet other teachers and old friends at ACL and trade ideas and understanding.
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Robert Patrick

Chair, Foreign Language Department, Latin Teacher, Parkview High School
For more than half of my 27 years as a Latin teacher, I have devoted myself to creating classrooms where all kinds of learners are welcome and where all students can be successful. My work has come to focus on Comprehensible Input as the key piece to this work: delivering understandable messages in Latin in a variety of ways.
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Keith Toda

Latin Teacher, Brookwood High School
I like long walks on the beach at night. | | "I feel so strongly that deep and simple is far more essential than shallow and complex." Mr. Rogers


Sunday June 26, 2016 8:00am - 11:00am
San Jacinto Center Room 208/210

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