Join us for Language Matters in November when our own director, Tom Garza, will present!
Bringing learners to Advanced levels of functional proficiency in a language—especially in the narrow context of a university course—requires instructors to design curricula that take maximum advantage of the limited hours of classroom instruction to develop communicative skills through interaction. This talk will show that by beginning with the desired outcomes for a class, the instructor can design the syllabus backwards toward these goals. The results are classes that are more satisfying for both learners and teachers, without sacrificing performance outcomes.
Language Matters presentations apply to all languages!
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Texas Union Building (UNB), Union Sinclair Suite 3.128
2247 Guadalupe, Austin, Texas 78705