2007 Spring Conference



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Connections, Connections:
Linking Language Learning to Music, Art, and More

Lenoir Rhyne College
17 February 2007


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   Welcome
   

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Dear Colleagues:

You are cordially invited to attend our next Lehrertagung, “Connections, Connections: Linking Language Learning to Music, Art, and More.” The event will take place 17 February at Lenoir-Rhyne College. It is made possible by the generous support of Lenoir-Rhyne College and AATG.

All AATG members and prospective members are welcome to attend. The conference provides an excellent opportunity to meet with colleagues of all levels, to learn about interesting ways to expand your language teaching, to help shape German Day for high school students (at Salem College, 22 March 2007), and, last but not least, to help elect a new President Elect and Membership Chair. For non-members, the Lehrertagung is also a chance to meet with fellow professionals and weigh the benefits of membership. It's not be missed!
  

 

   Registration
   

To register for the conference, please download the registration form (pdf), and return the form along with a check made out to NCAATG to Werner Schulz

by February 13 (at the very latest and only if accompanied by an email to Werner Schulz) .

Conference fees are $10 for members or $15 for non-members. Full-time students and teachers in their first or second year of service may attend at half price ($5)!!!

Conference Certificate
Conference Receipt
  

 

   Schedule
   


Saturday, 17 February 2007
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9:30-10:00 Kaffeeklatsch; Begrüßung (Schulz, Weinberger, Woloszyn)
Carl A. Rudisill Library--
"Quiet Room" im Erdgeschoss
an der Westseite des Gebäudes
10:00-11:00 Präsentation mit anschließender Diskussion (Brigitte Woloszyn):
Musikalische Reise durch Deutschland
Connecting Language Learning to Music, Geography, Customs, and History
Carl A. Rudisill Library
11:00-12:00 Präsentation mit anschließender Diskussion (Beth Gulewich):
Using Art to Inspire
Connecting Works of Art and Art Work to Language Creation
Carl A. Rudisill Library
12:00-13:00 Mittagessen (von Teilnehmern selbst zu zahlen)  
13:00-16:00

German Day-Planung; Wahl des besten T-Shirt Designs
(mit Kaffee und Kuchen) (Klages, Denham, Woloszyn)

Übersicht: Stand der Advocacy- und Articulation-Projekte
(Woloszyn, Denham)

Wahlen: President Elect/ Membership Chair
(Woloszyn, Windham, Schwartz, Gulewich)

Präsidentschaftsübergabe
(Hawkins, Woloszyn, Henke)

Carl A. Rudisill Library
16:00 Verabschiedung   Carl A. Rudisill Library

 

   Contact
   

Werner Schulz
Professor of German
Dept. of Modern & Classical Languages
Lenoir-Rhyne College
P.O. Box 7290
Hickory, NC 28603-7290
   

 

   Map, Directions, Parking
   

Lenoir-Rhyne College
Map

Ort unseres Treffens ist die Carl A. Rudisill Library, und zwar treffen wir uns dort in dem sogenannten Quiet Room im Erdgeschoss an der Westseite des Gebäudes. Die Bibliothek ist #9 auf der Karte, und parken kann man kostenlos auf dem Parkplatz gegenüber von dem "Quad."

Anfahrt (zum Office of Admissions and Financial Aid)

From Interstate 40

Take exit 125, the Hickory/Lenoir-Rhyne College exit. Turn north onto Lenoir-Rhyne Blvd. Pass Tripps and Rock-Ola restaurants and proceed through the next four traffic lights. Continue straight ahead as the road narrows to one lane. Pass under the railroad bridge and turn left immediately onto 7th Avenue N.E. Go through the traffic light and proceed approximately one-quarter mile to the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid on the left.

From Charlotte Airport/Gastonia

Coming out of the airport, take Billy Graham Parkway North (left lane) to I-85 South. Take I-85 South to Gastonia, about 15 minutes away. Take the exit for US 321 North (exit 17) and turn left at the light. Take US 321 North until the highway intersects I-40 (exit 43). Take I-40 East to exit 125 -- follow directions above.

From Boone

Follow US 321 South to Hickory. As you come into Hickory, you will cross Lake Hickory. Turn left at Arby’s at the first stop light after going over the bridge. Follow that road up the hill and around the curve to the fourth street on the left, which will be 12th Avenue N.W. Turn left and follow to the stoplight (this will be a T-intersection). Turn right onto 6th Street N.W. Take the 2nd left onto 9th Ave. NE. Go through three stoplights. After the third stoplight, take the first right onto 3rd Street N.E. Take an immediate left onto 7th Avenue N.E. Proceed up the hill to the stop sign. Go straight through the stop sign. You will see the campus to your left and in front of you, The Office of Admissions and Financial Aid will be immediately on your right after you go through the intersection. Turn right into the parking lot and park behind the building.

 

   Participants
   
  1. Julia Rechenbach Moomaw
  2. Sabine Schmid-Rankin
  3. Burkhard Henke
  4. Brigitte Woloszyn
  5. Stacy Feldstein
  6. Norgard Klages
  7. Marilyn Metzler
  8. Patrick Bradshaw
  9. Beverly Moser
  10. Lisa Worthington
  11. Christina Uden
  12. Bradley Seawell
  13. Christiane Hawkins
  14. Larry Land
  15. Werner Schulz
  16. Gabi Weinberger
  17. Scott Denham

To be updated ...