Organizations for language advocacy
JNCL-NCLIS (Joint National Committee for Languages - National Council for Languages and International Studies) and CERCLL (Center for Educational Resources in Culture, Language and Literacy) are two organizations that promote the advocacy and study of languages. JNCL-NCLIS is based in Washington DC and represents all fields of language professionals. This organization raises awareness of the need for language study. Language teachers would be interested in the work that this organization does to promote the study of French. CERCLL provides valuable research and resources for language teaching. Check out both of these organizations before the school year starts. Sign up for the JNCL-NCLIS newsletter on their site. Both organizations are on Facebook. See what you can do now to ask your senator to support the World Languages Advancement Act (WLAA), an amendment to the Every Child Achieves Act of 2015. Be an active advocate for our profession and our work as language educators.
JNCL-NCLIS website JNCL-NCLIS newsletters CERCLL website
The 2015 Conference of the
Florida Foreign Language Association
"Power Up Your Brain"
in St. Augustine at the Renaissance Resort Hotel
at the World of Golf Village
October 15-17, 2015
EARLY Registration ends July 31st!
New book in the AATF store provides resources for student-community cooperation
Check out the AATF store for class materials for the upcoming school year - la Rentrée. "Etudiants sans frontières" is a valuable new book to see how to get your French students working in the community and finding ways to cooperate with local businesses and organizations.
Message from President Julia Ullmann: Thank you very much for attending the atelier yesterday and thank you for great comments and suggestions.As promised, I am attaching a document of movie titles that we have available. I will be working on adding descriptions, ratings and links for more info
List of movies
Please consider sending in photos of events - big and small - at your school, personal travels or area activities. We'd love to show them off to everyone!
The Florida Chapter of the American Association of Teachers has as its mission to provide French teachers in Florida an opportunity to connect to others who share the love of the French language and culture. All members are encouraged to contact the webmaster (Shannon McKenna) at firstname.lastname@example.org to contribute to this site with articles, pictures of members and activities, notices of upcoming events and anything else you find helpful to other members.
Le coin des/pour profs
of the Year
The 21st Century: A Global
Cultures through Student
Take a look at this PowerPoint by Emily Bone
Wonderful PowerPoint Presentation by Christel Callahan (Keystone Heights High School, Clay County) at the FFLA convention in October. Try some of these video games with your students. Click on image below.
Kam O'Horo is a teacher at Shorecrest Prep in St. Petersburg. She has some great ideas for teachers as they head back to class for this year. Take a look at her ideas and let her know your thoughts. How did you use her ideas? How did your students like them?
- Who We Are/Contacts
- Become a Member of AATF and AATF-FL
- Florida Needs French - Advocacy Resources
- Annual Convention - 2016 Austin, TX, July 3-6
- Professional Organizations
- Grand Concours
- Le Congrès de la Culture Française
- Séjour Sans Soucis
- News from AATF
- Outstanding Senior Award
- Société Honoraire de Français
- FFLA - Florida Foreign Language Association
- SCOLT - Southern Conference on Language Teaching
- New: Interactive French Review
- Promotional Materials
- Related Sites
- Florida French Jobs
- Technology (Delicious)
Webmaster Shannon McKenna 2015