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Welcome to the 2016 American Classical League Institute
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Tuesday, June 28 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
11D The Value of Writing in the Cl Classroom

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Traditionally, we have thought that practicing a skill is how we learn it, and we have thought that having students write in Latin would help them learn their Latin better. Second Language Acquisition research indicates that writing in the second language does not help students make progress, so why bother with writing? Time is precious, and we want to focus on what helps students make progress. This session will explore what value there is in writing and reflecting on writing in Latin for the Latin classroom particularly for those who are using Comprehensible Input as their mode of teaching. Participants will leave with an approach that requires minimal work on the part of the teacher, a rubric to help their students write and reflect on their writing, and an understanding of writing and reflecting on writing that is of real value to them and their students.


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avatar for Justin Slocum Bailey

Justin Slocum Bailey

Teacher, Trainer, Thinker-bigger, Indwelling Language
I am gung-ho about about making second language acquisition more joyful and more successful for both learners and teachers. I would love to think big with you about how to provide maximum CI with minimal prep.

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avatar for Robert Patrick

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.



Tuesday June 28, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm
UTC Room 4.110

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