"Becoming an Expert: Learn how to Adopt & Adapt Interpersonal Speaking Activities for Your World Language Classroom"
Facilitated by Pathways Project Co-Directors, Kelly Arispe and Amber Hoye, with additional help from Cyndi Cook, Shannon Smith, and Sharon Westbrook.
On August 5, 2022, the Pathways Project facilitated a one-day virtual professional development workshop for world language teachers in the state of Idaho and across the globe.
In this recording, we invite you participate in this hands-on workshop, where you’ll get to practice locating, editing, and creating Open Educational Resources in the Pathways Project. These activities integrate authentic resources and support performance based teaching in interpretive and interpersonal communication.
- Introduction: 0:00
- Part One: An Introduction to Open Educational Resources (OER) 18:01
- Part Two: The Pathways Project: Finding Interpersonal Speaking Activities 40:27
- Part Three: Customizing Your Activity: How to Adapt Activities for Your Classroom 1:09:00
- Part Four: The Digital Humanities and Authentic Resources 1:36:26
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The Pathways Project is grateful to provide this professional development opportunity thanks to a recently awarded National Endowment for the Humanities Digital Humanities Advancement Grant.
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