Wednesday, September 9, 2015

NCCA at FLANC Fall 2015

Registration for the Fall meeting of FLANC is now open.
October 23-25 at the Sheraton Imperial, Durham @RTP
The NCCA will meet on Saturday as usual. Sat. only registration is $90.
 
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NCCA Session speakers:

  • Beyond Reading at Sight: Using National Latin Exam (NLE) Passages to Explore Roman Culture. Lauren Rogers, Salem Academy / Linda Montross, National Latin Exam
  • Encouraging Excellence: A Round-table Discussion on the National Latin Exam Syllabus. Linda Montross, National Latin Exam / Lauren Rogers, Salem Academy
  • Lingua Latina pro minimis: Latin Before Third Grade. Kate Beach, Trinity Academy of Raleigh
  • Utilizing All Three Modes via Your Reading-Based Latin Curriculum. Caroline Kelly, Mitchell Community College
     

Those attending the full conference can enjoy a Friday panel with two additional speakers:

  • Teaching Latin with Themes and Essential Questions: Not Just for AP. Mary Pendergraft, Wake Forest University
  • Using a Proficiency Rubric to Assess Classical Languages. Kat Byrd, Millbrook High School
FLANC Week will be preceded by a series of webinars
Early Bird Registration rates of $100 through October 3. Regular Registration is $140. Looking ahead, the annual conference of SCOLT (Southern Conference on Language Teaching) will be in Charlotte in February.

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

2015 NCCA Spring Meeting

SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 2015

WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY
BENSON 409
WINSTON-SALEM, NC
  

 9:30 Registration (Parking)

10:00 Maura Heyn, UNCG, Til Death Do Us Join: Provincial Portraiture in the Roman World

10:45  John Stevens, ECU, Doctus Vergil: 11 Lines That Lay the Foundation of Rome

11:30 Business Meeting

12:00 Lunch (Lunch Reservation Form due March 13)

1:00 Rebecca A. Sears, WFU, Musicians, Instruments, and Musical Documents in Roman Egypt

1:45 Robyn Le Blanc, UNC-CH, The Importance of Being Greek: Gods and Heroes in Roman Palestine