5.0385 Conf: Foreign Language Teaching (1/137)

Elaine Brennan & Allen Renear (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Mon, 14 Oct 1991 17:47:51 EDT

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 5, No. 0385. Monday, 14 Oct 1991.

Date: Sun, 13 Oct 1991 17:35 EST
Subject: Last call for conference!

This is the last e-mail call for the conference, "Bridging Theory and
Practice in the Foreign Language Classroom," to be held at Loyola
College in Md., October 18-20. One workshop is closed (Lavine's); there
are still a few places in the other two. Please contact me immediately
if you are interested in coming and do not have a registration form or
need further information.
Leslie Morgan, Dept. of Modern Langs. and Lits.,
Loyola College in Md. 301-323-1010 X 2926
The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures
Loyola College in Maryland
4501 North Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21210-2699

in conjunction with

The Maryland Foreign Language Association

announces a conference,

Bridging Theory and Practice in the Foreign Language Classroom,
October 18-20, 1991

Discourse analysis
Uncommonly-taught languages
TV Magazines
Oral performance I, II
Strategies in language learning
Methodological approaches
ESOL (English as a Second Language)
Elementary education
Grammar and language
Cross-cultural communication
Performing arts and language learning
Brain schemata and personality
Listening skills
CAI I, II (Computer-Assisted Instruction)
Critical thinking
Cross-curricular communication I-IV
Literature I-III
Language for specialized purposes I, II
Multilingual and multicultural studies
Cooperative Learning
Telecommunications and technology
Motivation and attitude
Reading skills
Transition from High School to College
New approaches to old problems
Grammatical competence
Writing strategies I, II
Video technology
Texts I, II
Interdisciplinary Connections
Performing Arts
All participants must register! PLEASE POST.

Directions to Loyola College

Loyola College in Maryland is located at the corner of Cold Spring
Lane and North Charles Street in Baltimore City. When using I-695
(the Baltimore Beltway), take exit 25 (Charles Street). Proceed
south on Charles Street approximately six miles to the Cathedral of
Mary Our Queen, where parking is available. Shuttle service will
be provided from this location to the College.

Travel and lodging arrangements can be made through Baltimore
County Travel, 1-800-542-3328, 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM, Mon-Fri., Eastern
Time (ET). Rooms are available at four hotels; rates range from
$40-$95 (not. incl. 12% room tax). See map at left for college

For additional information, please call:

Department of Modern Languages and Literatures

Phone: (301) 323-1010, x2926 or x2780


Preregistration $42.00 ___
Late Registration (after Sept. 15, 1991) $47.00 ___
Graduate Registration $20.00 ___
(ONLY with copy of valid I.D.)
Coffee, Tea, Snacks INCLUDED
Saturday Luncheon INCLUDED
Saturday Social Hour (cash bar) INCLUDED
Workshop Friday morning* $45.00 ___
Please specify: James ____ Levine____ Migiel____
Bus service from hotels for weekend $5.00 ___
(no parking on campus)

Total Enclosed $_______

*Workshops are limited to 20 participants, first come, first
served. In the event that your choice(s) is/are filled, your fee
will be refunded.


PHONE (______)_________________________________




BITNET ADDRESS (if applicable) _________________________________

Would you be interested in child care? YES____ NO ____
Number of Children _____
We will contact you to make further arrangements.
Please return with check payable to Loyola College for Registra-
tion, Workshops, etc. to:

Committee for the Conference on Language Learning
c/o Margaret Haggstrom, Leslie Z. Morgan, Joseph Wieczorek
Dept. of Modern Languages and Literatures
4501 No. Charles St. / Baltimore, MD 21210-2699