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1 Alpha Mu Gamma 34 th National Convention Teaching World Languages in the 21st Century: Challenges and Innovations September 26 28, 2013 Elmhurst College (Elmhurst, Illinois) PROGRAM THURSDAY September 26 th Registration 5:00-6:00 (Founders Lounge, Frick Center) Welcome Reception 5:00-7:00 (Founders Lounge, Frick Center) FRIDAY September 27 th Executive Council Meeting 7:30-8:30 (Circle Hall 103) Registration 8:00-9:00 (Daniels 3 rd Floor Lobby) Opening Ceremony 9:00-9:30 (Daniels 305) Dr. Beatriz Gómez-Acuña, Faculty Advisor to AMG Theta Upsilon Chapter, and Tiffany Tatsumi, President of AMG Theta Upsilon Chapter, Elmhurst College Introduction and Welcome Dr. Alzada Tipton, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty, Elmhurst College Welcoming Remarks Dr. Earl Thompson, Professor Emeritus of Foreign Languages, Elmhurst College The History of Alpha Mu Gamma: A Personal Perspective

2 Morning Presentation Sessions (9:30-11:30) Session 1 The Student Perspective: Study Abroad and the Classroom 9:30-11:30 (Daniels 303) Moderator: Beatriz Gómez-Acuña Matt Borden, Carthage College Student Input as an Assessment Measure Heath Hogan, Carthage College Language Learning as a Lifelong Experience Rachel Jason, Carthage College Immersion in Language Through Technology Jessica Fisher, Carthage College Study Abroad: Three Semesters in Beijing and Shanghai Ellyn Comer and Jessie Bingaman, Carthage College Study Abroad: Teaching English in China Mary Pukenis, Carthage College Study Abroad: Goteborg, Sweden Becky Burns, Carthage College Study Abroad: Living Lima Session 2-A German Children s Literature in the Classroom 9:30-10:30 (Daniels 307) Moderator: Christine Summers Eve Lee, University of Southern California The Enchanted Classroom Eileen Wilkinson, Angela Tauro and Samantha Hart, Fairfield University Once Upon a Time Session 2- B México en la literatura 10:30-11:30 (Daniels 307) Moderator: John Taylor Benjamín Meza, Elmhurst College El llano en llamas: Voces suaves para los años duros Valentina Velázquez-Zvierkova, Elmhurst College Esquemas de poder y subalteridad en Ciudad Real de Rosario Castellanos

3 Session 3 Forjando el imaginario cultural latinoamericano 9:30-11:30 (Daniels 305) Moderator: Christopher Travis Adrienne Royo, Southern Methodist University Cultural Understanding through Iconic Figures Natalia Sieczka, Elmhurst College Sopa Mestiza: El mestizaje como sabor para Latinoamérica Vanessa Varela-Morales, Marquette University Juan O Gorman: El cuarto muralista mexicano Joseph Wais, Elmhurst College Literature as a Revolutionary Tool in Latin America Session 4 Film and Culture in the French Classroom 9:30-11:30 (Daniels 314) Moderator: Don Gilman Sonia Badenas, Andrews University Once upon a time: Using short stories in the French classroom Janette Kay Bayles, Elmhurst College L Analyse des films dans le cours avancé Elyse Jacks, Elmhurst College Immigration in a global context, with a focus of French immigration policy Isabel Rivero Vilá, Carthage College Intercultural representations in Francophone Cinema Luncheon 12:00-1:00 (Alexander Room, Frick Center) Keynote Address 1:30-2:30 (Illinois Hall, Schaible Science Center) Susanne Rott, Associate Professor of Germanic Studies and Linguistics, University of Illinois-Chicago: Establishing an Effective Technology-Supported Language Pedagogy to Advance Instruction and Complement Face-to-Face Learning Technology-enhanced language instruction is clearly on the rise. Most textbook publishers provide learning materials through online learning centers, while a variety of ideas on how to use social networking technologies (e.g., wikis, blogs, Facebook) for language learning are presented at conferences. The underlying assumption of online assignments is that they are inherently motivating for students and thereby provide effective learning opportunities. Yet, as the novelty effect wears off the shortcomings of these assignments become evident. In this talk I will outline how second language acquisition and multimedia learning theories need to inform the design of effective online tasks. Through examples I will show why online tasks need to complement faceto-face instruction. Finally, I will argue that in order to take full advantage of online learning students need to be prepared to effectively collaborate.

4 Afternoon Presentation Sessions (3:00-5:00) Session 5 Redefining the Curriculum 3:00-5:00 (Daniels 303) Moderator: Eve Lee David Aliano, College of Mt. St. Vincent Promoting Languages through the Development of Latin American and Philippine Area Studies Programs Dan Gier, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Working Toward a Better Understanding: An Analysis of CAPP Spanish Alexander McNair, University of Wisconsin-Parkside Contemporary Folklore in Early Spanish Literature Survey: An Interdisciplinary Approach Christopher Travis, Elmhurst College Out of the Classroom and into the Community: Can We evolve Curriculum without Sacrificing the Core? Session 6 Literatura y Cultura Argentina 3:00-5:00 (Daniels 305) Moderator: Valentina Velázquez-Zvierkova Guadalupe García, Elmhurst College Argentina en tiempos de la Guerra Sucia: Búsqueda y Análisis del significado de las dos caras de la historia oficial en La historia oficial Nancy Montalbano, Elmhurst College Che Guevara y el movimiento social popular en América Latina a través de su ensayo El socialismo y el hombre en Cuba Layne Rose Onks, Anderson University La realidad soñada por Borges y Cortázar Annie Werly, Elmhurst College El budismo Zen en Rayuela Session 7 Study Abroad I 3:00-5:00 (Daniels 307) Moderator: Janette Bayles Lina Castellanos Hermberg, Culinary Institute of America Food, Wine and Culture: Study away program in Spain, Italy, France, and China Samantha Hart, Klevisa Kovaci and Olga Sidiropoulos, Fairfield University Studying Abroad: Culture through Language Rebecca E. Léal, Elmhurst College Paris! Paris! Paris! Marketing 101: Creating a Sustainable Language Program through Faculty-Led Away Experiences Wally Lagerwey, Brianna Mingus and Alice Niziolek, Elmhurst College Assessing Outcomes of Study Abroad: A Student's Report

5 Session 8 Service Learning 3:00-5:00 (Daniels 314) Moderator: Federica Bando Bartell Berg, University of Central Indiana Service Learning, Languages, and Children: Lessons Learned Clara Burgo, DePaul University Service Learning for an Intermediate Spanish Course Margaret Crosby, Alverno College Connecting the Latino Community to the Spanish Classroom: The Power of Service- Learning Holly Greenwell, Elmhurst College Service Learning in the Spanish Classroom SATURDAY September 28 th Dinner and Evening Program Grupo Marimba Ixchel 6:00-8:00 (Alexander Room, Frick Center) Host: Tifanny Tatsumi Registration 8:00-9:00 (Daniels 3 rd Floor Lobby) Tour of campus Elmhurst College and its German Heritage 8:00-9:15 (Meets at Daniels Hall Entrance) Host: Les Calvedt, Professor Emeritus of German Morning Presentation Sessions (9:30-11:30) Session 9 La mujer en la literatura 9:30-11:30 (Daniels 303) Moderator: Ernestina Franco Carlos Carrillo Calderón, University of Illinois-Chicago El ideal populista en Doña Bárbara Milagros Gómez, University of Minnesota-Duluth Rompiendo la horma: Jesusa Palancares Valerie Hecht, University of California-Davis Pan americano, o recetas de una hermandad panamericana en Cocina ecléctica de Juana Manuela Gorriti

6 Session 10 Study Abroad II 9:30-11:30 (Daniels 305) Moderator: Matt Borden Eugenia Afinoguenova, Jennifer Hilger and Andrew Schoeberle, Marquette University The Blisters of Experiential Learning: Embodied Teaching and Studying along the Camino de Santiago Alyssa Haney, St. Edwards University Preparing Students for Research Abroad Sylvia López, Beloit College Integrating Study Abroad into the Spanish Curriculum: Quito in Transition Fred Wayne Poston, South East Missouri State University There You Go: The Need for American Students Studying Abroad Session 11 Asian Languages, Letters and Cultures 9:30-11:30 (Daniels 307) Moderator: Olivia Spadlowski Federica Bando, Elmhurst College Teaching Japanese through Anime Melanie Chang, Oakland University Narrative Analyses of Study Abroad Journals: Learning and Living in China Max Lee, Joliet Junior College Sense of Timeline Interference Effects on Chinese Sentence Word Order Elena Thompson, Carthage College The Heart of Emotion Session 12 Applied Linguistics in the Foreign Language Classroom 9:30-11:30 (Daniels 314) Moderator: Lupita García Barbara Bird, College of Southern Nevada Does participation indicate learning in an Italian literature course? Beatrice Mkenda, University of Wisconsin-Madison Schema Theory and Reading Literary Texts in Swahili as Foreign Language Classroom Claire Hicks, University of Wisconsin-Parkside Pedagogical practices focusing on the use of the target language during language instruction Jana Martin, University of Wisconsin-Madison How we are, would like, and should be spending time in the foreign language classroom: A comparison of student and teacher perspectives Farewell Luncheon 12:00-1:30 (Alexander Room, Frick Center) Host: AMG Executive Council

7 Afternoon Presentation Sessions (2:00-4:00) Session 13 Film and Multimedia 2:00-4:00 (Daniels 303) Moderator: Valentina Velázquez-Zvierkova Nelida Aubeneau, Anna Diakow, Asha Nagaraj, Northwestern University From the Book to the Real World Mónica Poza Diéguez and Alvaro Llosa Sanz, Hobart and William Smith College Del ensayo académico tradicional al Webpaper: The Littera Project Mario Sánchez Gumiel, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee The role of the host culture teaching a second language: teaching Spanish to American college students through the American movies Session 14 Pedagogical Approaches in the Foreign Language Classroom 2:00-4:00 (Daniels 305) Moderator: Rebecca Léal Mary Eber, Marquette University Choosing a Spanish Name as a Step Toward Identifying with the Target Language and its Culture Donald Gilman, Ball State University Shared Interests: Student-Faculty Collaboration in Translation at Ball State University Ruth Kauffman, University of Wisconsin-Parkside Interactive Oral Exams: Developing Target Language Communication Skills through Pair Testing Jessica Soriano Soriano, Anderson University Students Learn By Offering English as a New Language Classes Session 15 Acercamientos Pedagógicos a la Literatura Peninsular 2:00-4:00 (Daniels 314) Moderator: Rachel Rueger Matt Borden, Becky Burns and Nancy Retana, Carthage College A Bilingual Adaptation of a 17th-century Spanish Play Miguel Estrada, Houston Baptist University Learning Spanish with Popular Music John Taylor and Beatriz Gómez-Acuña, Elmhurst College De La, La, La a Made in Spain: El festival de Eurovisión como mecanismo para enseñar la Transición democrática española Mary Kate Ross, Elmhurst College Teaching Leyendas of Romanticism Afternoon Tour to Chicago and Pilsen Neighborhood Meets at Daniels Hall Entrance after last afternoon session

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