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Awards

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Dr. Denise Della Rossa

To begin the symposium, Dean John T. McGreevy gave an address that both welcomed our speakers as well as presented awards to this year’s outstanding peer tutors, Marcus Liddell, Leo Hall, and Andrea Finger, and to Dr. Denise Della Rossa for her outstanding service to the CSLC.

The Center for the Study of Languages and Cultures would like to thank the speakers as well as all those who came out.

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Marcus Liddell, German language tutor

 

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Leo Hall, German language tutor

 

 

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Andrea Finger, Spanish language tutor

 

 

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Dr. Denise Ayo, Marcus Liddell, Leo Hall, Dr. Denise Della Rossa

 

Keynote Speakers

LECTURE: “Innovative Trends in Language Education: New Directions for LCTLs”

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Chair: CSLC Director, Brian Ó Conchubhair

 

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Guest Lecturer: Dr. Nelleke Van Deusen-Scholl (Yale University)

 

LECTURE: “The Secret of Getting Things Done is to [Inter] Act: Communicative Design for
Less Commonly Taught Language Classes”

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Guest Lecturer: Dr. Lance Askildson (Kennesaw State University)

LECTURE: “Oral Competency in ‘New Spaces’: Risk-taking and Interpersonal Performance”

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Chair: Dr. Justin George Watson (Holy Cross College)

 

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Guest Lecturer: Lori Crawford-Dixon (Holy Cross College)

 

LECTURE: “Perfecting Peer-Tutoring Planning at Notre Dame”

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Guest Lecturer: Dr. Yongping Zhu (University of Notre Dame)

LECTURE: “The Technological Imperative For Less Commonly Taught Languages: Addressing
Teacher Challenges”

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Chair: Dr. David Gasperetti (University of Notre Dame)

 

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Guest Lecturer: Dr. Virginie Askildson (Kennesaw State University)

 

LECTURE: “Caring Means Sharing. The Shared Course Initiative and Language Instruction”

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Dr. Stéphane Charitos (Columbia University)

Event Photos

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Professor Paul McDowell, Dr. Stéphane Charitos, Dr. Nelleke Van Deusen-Scholl,
Dr. Lance Askildson, Professor Brian Ó Conchubhair

 

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Dr. Yeonhee Yoon and Professor Stew Markel