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Sun Sep 28 2008

Confs: Applied Linguistics, Language Acquisition/USA

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        1.    Boris Shekhtman, Teaching to Near-Native Levels


Message 1: Teaching to Near-Native Levels
Date: 24-Sep-2008
From: Boris Shekhtman <sbsltcaol.com>
Subject: Teaching to Near-Native Levels
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Teaching to Near-Native Levels

Date: 06-Dec-2008 - 07-Dec-2008
Location: Linthicum, MD, USA
Contact: Boris Shekhtman
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.distinguishedlanguagecenters.org/conferences.htm

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition

Meeting Description:

On December 6-7, 2008 the Coalition of Distinguished Language Centers
(CDLC) conducts the annual conference about teaching and reaching Level 4
(near-native) proficiency. The conferences include theory and research, as
well as updates on high-level-language program activities, along with a
healthy dose of shared practical experience.

The Fall 2008 Conference on Teaching and Learning to Near-Native Levels of Language Proficiency will be held in Linthicum Heights, Maryland at the Conference Center at the Maritime Institute

Date/Time:
December 6-7, 2008

Location:
The Conference Center at the Maritime Institute (CCMIT)
692 Maritime Blvd., Linthicum, Maryland (near BWI Airport)

Registration:
Pre-registration by November 15th for $75
Students $15
Or register at the door for $125

For more information, please check out our website:
http://www.distinguishedlanguagecenters.org/conferences.htm


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