[Flasc-l] Who Owns Content? Issues in Content-Based Instruction

Catherine C. Baumann ccbauman at uchicago.edu
Tue Sep 2 13:33:12 PDT 2014

The Consortium for Language Teaching and Learning announces its annual fall symposium, on the topic of content-based instruction.  The event will take place at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York on October 3 and 4, 2014.  There is no registration fee.

"Who Owns Content?  Issues in Content-Based Instruction”
Sponsored by the Consortium for Language Teaching and Learning
in Collaboration with the Cornell Language Resource Center

For more information and to register, please go to http://lrc.cornell.edu/events/CBI/Welcome/

Symposium Agenda

Friday, October 3

**4:00-5:00**  Note new time!!     Opening Plenary
Jesus Rodríques-Velasco, Columbia University, Chair, Latin American and Iberian Cultures
5:00-7:00         Reception

Saturday, October 4
Each panel will feature an expert on the roles of the Instructor, the Learners and Materials, and the Curriculum, followed by a discussion of of CBI courses in a variety of languages and levels led by CLTL colleagues.

8:00-9:00         Registration and breakfast

9:00-10:30       Panel 1: Defining Content-Based Instruction
                        Per Urlaub, University of Texas, Austin
                        Focus – The role of the instructor

            With CBI courses:     Yomna Chami, Cornell University, 4th Year Arabic Literature

10:30-10:45     Coffee break

10:45-12:15     Panel 2: Content-Based Courses
                        Beatrice DuPuy, University of Arizona
                        Focus – The roles of the learners and the materials

With CBI courses:     Martherita Tortora, Yale University, L5 Spanish through Film
                                    Hi-Sun Kim, University of Chicago, Advanced Korean

12:15-1:15       Lunch

1:15-2:45         Panel 3: CBI in the Curriculum
                        Hiram Maxim, Emory University
                        Focus: The course in its curricular context

With CBI courses:     Kinga Kosmala, University of Chicago, Advanced Polish
                                    Beth Bauer, Brown University, Mexico: Image and Encounter

2:45-3:00         Closing remarks, Dick Feldman, Cornell University
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