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2004 Immersion Conference: Pathways to Bilingualism


Tentative Program Schedule


Thursday, October 21, 2004

 

8:30 am – 6 pm

Registration

9 am – Noon

Pre-Conference Workshops

 

1 – 4 pm

Pre-Conference Workshops

 

5:00 pm

Welcome and Opening Remarks
Keynote: Bilingualism in the Global Village
Fred Genesee

 

6:30 pm

Reception / Cash Bar

 

Friday, October 22, 2004

8:30 am

Theme 1 Plenary: Bilingualism Through Immersion Education
Merrill Swain

 

10 am – Noon

Research Symposium: Exploring Issues in Immersion Teaching in Two International Contexts

10 – 11 am

Paper / Discussion Sessions

11 am – Noon

Paper / Discussion Sessions

Noon

Lunch / Exhibits

1:30 pm

Theme 2 Plenary: How to Use Assessment and Evaluation to Promote Quality Immersion Programs and Student Outcomes in the Era of NCLB
Kathryn Lindholm-Leary

 

3 – 5 pm

Research Symposium: Meeting the Challenges of NCLB in Immersion Education

3 – 4 pm

Paper / Discussion Sessions

4 – 5 pm

Paper / Discussion Sessions

 

Saturday, October 23, 2004

8:30 am

Theme 3 Plenary: Principles and Possibilities in Immersion Pedagogy
Roy Lyster

 

10 am – Noon

Research Symposium: Exploring Continued Language Growth in Immersion

10 – 11 am

Paper / Discussion Sessions

11 am – Noon

Paper / Discussion Sessions

Noon

Lunch / Exhibits

1:30 – 3:30 pm

Research Symposium: Developing Effective District-wide Immersion Programs with Stakeholders: Theory, Policy, Practice

1:30 – 2:30 pm

Paper / Discussion Sessions

2:30 – 3:30 pm

Paper / Discussion Sessions

3:45 pm

Theme 4 Plenary: Creating a Positive Policy Climate for Immersion Education
Myriam Met

 

5:00

Adjourn

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