“Common Language Skills Are Indispensable To Successful Global Relationships”
La Embajada de México en Estados Unidos y el Instituto Cultural Mexicano en Washington, D.C., presentan las Jornadas del Español: lengua en movimiento.
19 DE ABRIL 2021
Modulo I: Español. Origen, expansión y cultura
Moderadora: Dra. Beatriz Arias Álvarez, presidenta de la Asociación Mexicana de Linguística Aplicada.
Orador: Dr. Luis Fernando Lara Ramos, investigador y profesor de El Colegio de México.
Eje tematico: Diálogo donde se tratará el origen del idioma espaóol, así como el proceso de castellanización y la apropiación de la lengua en México.
20 DE ABRIL 2021
Modulo Il: El uso del español en Estados Unidos y español como lengua de herencia
Moderadora: Dra. Leonor Orozco, miembro de la mesa directiva de la Asociación Mexicana de Linguística Aplicada.
Oradores: Dra. Maria Luisa Parra, asesora de Licenciatura en Español, Estudios Latinos y Latinoamericanos, tutora Senior en Lenguas Romances y Literaturas (español), Universidad Harvard.
Dr. David Bowles, escritor mexicano-americano, traductor y profesor de la Universidad de Texas en Rio Grande Valley.
Lic. Eva Ocaha Islas, jefa del Departamento de Español para Extranjeros y Lenguas no Indoeuropeas, UNAM- FES ACATLAN.
Eje temático: Diálogo que tratará sobre la Ilegada del español a Estados Unidos con énfasis en el español de México (o el cruce de la frontera estadounidense en territorio donde ya se hablaba español) y el español como idioma heredado por las generaciones mexicano americanas.
23 DE ABRIL 2021
Presentación del Diccionario del español de México, de El Colegio de México
Moderadora: Ix-Nic Iruegas, directora del Instituto Cultural Mexicano en DC.
Orador: Dr. Francisco Segovia, redactor y corrector del Diccionario del Español de México de El Colegio de México.
Eje temático: Diálogo donde se tratará el origen del Diccionario de Español de México, su valor académico y cultural.
When Young Children Return to the Classroom
By Alissa Alteri Shea at Edutopia
What day is it? What’s the schedule? Are we doing remote, hybrid, or in-person school this week? For some of us, the way school looks has changed frequently this year, to the point where our heads are spinning. Our routines, schedules, ways of teaching lessons, and expectations—of both our students and ourselves—are in a constant state of flux; any day can feel like the first day of school, over and over again. This can be particularly challenging for those of us who teach young children, who thrive on consistent structure and routines.
The day will come when all teachers return to the classroom for hybrid or full in-person learning. If you are one of the many early childhood teachers taking first steps back into the classroom after teaching remotely, you may be wondering how you will establish routines, set up norms, and strive to create a community mid-year.
Make safety protocols fun: Mask wearing, maintaining distance, and hand washing are important in keeping all of us safe at school. When you use kid-friendly language to set the tone and explain these safety protocols, young children can feel more comfortable following the rules.
When students arrive at school, have them check to make sure their “superhero masks” are on right; remind them that all superheroes wear their masks correctly and tightly around their face. On entering the classroom, have them do a wiggle dance as you sing a song to the tune of “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes” while applying hand sanitizer: “Front, back, and in between, in between…”
10 Teacher Picks for Best Tech Tools
By Jonathan Eckert at Edutopia
If there was ever a year for teachers to beg, borrow, and steal good ideas, this is it. All good teachers know this is how we get better, and this is a curated list of tech tools that I have begged and borrowed from others—and I didn’t have to steal any of these as there has never been a year when teachers were more generous.
Based on my own teaching of college students as well as the responses of 1,461 virtual learning academy participants—pre-K to 12 teachers and administrators—to survey questions on impactful tools that I conducted from May to December 2020, and over 70 webinars and virtual learning sessions I’ve conducted in that time, these are the top teacher-tested tech tools I have identified. My learning has happened with my own students and through my own mistakes, and I received great ideas from educators across the U.S. and around the world.
I will continue to use these tools and recommend their use regardless of student level or how we deliver education moving forward.
The Association of Two-Way & Dual Language Education (ATDLE) was formed into a national organization in 2013 having been part of a state organization for over ten years. The Board of Directors developed its national non-profit organization to offer professional training and technical support to TWBI/DL throughout the country.
Today, there are over 2000 Dual Language and Two-Way Bilingual Immersion programs in the country in multiple languages including: Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Hmong, Vietnamese and Japanese. Many of the board members as well as advisory board members of ATDLE are leaders in the field of Two Way Bilingual Immersion with experience as teachers, administrators, and/ or researchers. We are proud of our great network of educators in TWBI/DL programs and continue to work to support, promote and expand the programs to bring first and second language opportunities to more students throughout the country.
Many of the board members as well as advisory board members of ATDLE are leaders in the field of TWBI or Dual Language research. Take a look at our current research page for the most up to date research from these leaders. Stay informed on the latest happenings in the field.
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