CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS 2017

89th Annual Meeting - American Association of Teachers of French
July 16-19, 2017, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Saint Louis, Missouri

“Le Français dans une perspective globale: ‘The Finest Confluence in the World'”

Your work affiliation (as it should appear in the program; please do not use abbreviations.)
Full names of co-presenters (if any; separate by commas) Note: Each co-presenter should also fill out an individual proposal form.
Presentations may be 30, 60, or 75 min. in length. Workshops are 3 hours, and panels/round tables are 75 min. with each speaker (3 max.) talking on a separate but related topic with a moderator. If you are an exhibitor, please select exhibitor session from the drop down list.
Do not enclose title in quotation marks.
Note that we will no longer provide overhead projectors, VCRs, slide projectors, or CD/audio players.

Please consider your request for audio-visual equipment carefully. Equipment is expensive to rent, and the primary criteria for scheduling sessions is requests for audio-visual equipment. Any equipment requested after May 1, 2017 must be arranged directly with the supplier and at the presenter's expense.

(max. 800 characters) for inclusion in the program. The abstract may be in either French or English, but it should be in the language in which the presentation will be given. Enter text with no extraneous formatting (no indents, no italics/bold, no outline formatting, no blank lines). Use 5 spaces to indent a paragraph with a return (no blank lines) at the end of a paragraph. We reserve the right to edit the text to conform to our program conventions. If you cannot enter accents on French text, simply enter the text with no accents.
Description (max. 2000 characters), including content, procedures, and benefits to audience. Enter text with no extraneous formatting (no indents, no italics/bold, no outline formatting, no blank lines). Use 5 spaces to indent a paragraph with a return (no blank lines) at the end of a paragraph. We reserve the right to edit the text to conform to our program conventions. If you cannot enter accents on French text, simply enter the text with no accents.