2017 Spring Conference

 

Topic: Hier stehe ich...

University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Toy Lounge
Saturday, February 11, 2017


  

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   Welcome
   

Dear Colleagues,

You are cordially invited to attend our spring meeting. The meeting will be hosted by Tin Wegel in Toy Lounge at University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill on Saturday, February 11, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. We will be hearing from a diverse group of presenters on variations of this year’s German Day theme: “Hier stehe ich...”

All AATG members and prospective members are welcome to attend. The conference also provides an excellend opporunity to meet with colleagues of all levels and participate in organizational decisions. During the business meeting we will being planning for German Day (at Wake Forest University on Thursday, March 2, 2017), including voting on a German Day t-shirt design. It is also a great way to earn CEUs and, for non-members, to meet with fellow professionals. A light breakfast and lunch will be provided. We would love to see you there!

Please send in your registration form by Monday, February 6th by filling it outline. You may send your check by mail to the address on the registration form

Thanks!

David

   Registration
   

To register for the meeting, please fill out the registration form online.

Registration Deadline: February 6, 2017 Please respect the hosts’ time by registering in a timely fashion! Late registrations create problems for the organizers, especially in regards to meals.

Conference fees are $15 for members or $20 for non-members. Full-time students and teachers in their first or second year of service may attend at half price ($10)!

   Schedule
   

8:45-9:30

ein leichtes Frühstück; Begrüßung

David Lovin, Tin Wegel

9:30-09:50

Update on German4NC.net, form, committee formation

David Lovin

09:55-10:15

Hier stehe ich als Flüchtling: Collaborating using the film Guten Tag

Beth Gulewich, Broughton High School

10:20-10:40

Wer kam nach Luther? Zivilcourage in der deutschen Geschichte

Petra Harrelson

10:45-11:05

"Wir machen da eine kleine Umfrage. Haben Sie ein paar Minuten Zeit?”

Petra Martignoni, Raleigh Charter High School

11:10-11:30

Bilder von Widerstand von Luther bis heute

Tin Wegel, UNC Chapel Hill

11:35-12:30

Mittagessen: Update Your AATG Profile

Sandwiches und Salate von Panera

12:35-13:00

Identity in "Third Spaces"

BethAnne Dorn, UNC-CH and Duke University

13:05-13:25

Luther und die deutsche Sprache

Sabine Schmid-Rankin, Forestview High School

13:30-13:55

Some Luther resources for the classroom

Jo Garrison, Ligon, Martin Middle School

14:00-14:30

Kaffee und Kuchen, Vote on T-shirt Design

Gruppe

14:45-16:00

Business Meeting: Fees, Budget, German Day Information

David Lovin, Alyssa Howards

16:05

Abschied

 


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