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Welcome to ACTFL 2013!!!

Hello!!  Below you will find the PowerPoint and handout for the Embedded Reading presentation at ACTFL 2013.  The hour went very quickly, so if you have questions, please ask!

Special thanks to Dr. Robert Patrick and the Latin Contingency for being part of the group!

ACTFL 13   PowerPoint

Embedded Reading ACTFL 2013   Handout

Reading SamplesACTFL 2013

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4 thoughts on “Welcome to ACTFL 2013!!!

  1. The Embedded Reading Handout is wonderful. It sharpened my understanding of what an embedded reading is and it’s value. Thanks much. I hope to use this method in Ancient Greek instruction.

  2. Keith Toda on said:

    I was one of those in the Latin Contingency with Bob Patrick. Thanks for the shout out in your blog! I have started to use Embedded Readings in my Latin classroom this year, and it really does make a difference with students. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and experiences with us.

  3. I was one of those in the Latin Contingency with Bob Patrick at your presentation – thanks for the shout out! I have started to use embedded readings with my students this year, and it truly does make a difference. Thanks for sharing your experiences and knowledge.

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