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The VFLA is an organization designed to promote more effective instruction and study of foreign language, encourage research and experimentation in the learning and teaching of these languages, and to provide for professional growth among its members. Learn more about becoming a member of VFLA today!

2015 Convention: March 18-19, 2015    REGISTER NOW!



Join us for our first ever two-day Convention on March 18-19, 2015 at St. Michael's College. ACTFL Consultant Donna Clementi will lead participants through an engaging two-day program entitled "Leading With Culture: Preparing Language Learners for Work and Life in the 21st Century." ACTFL's recently released Global Competence Position Statement underlines the importance of building cultural understanding while learning to communicate with respect in more than one language.  Byram (1997) called this integration of  language and culture "interculturality."  Participants will explore how to design lessons and units that emphasize interculturality, and how to guide learners in reflecting on their growth in intercultural communicative competence. Click here to register. Early bird registration is open through February 15.

VFLA Distinguished Teacher

Each year at the VFLA convention, the Vermont Foreign Language Association honors an outstanding Vermont world language teacher.If you know an exceptional educator who fulfills the attached criteria, type a nomination letter to VFLA Board of Directors explaining why you think your nominee deserves this award. 


-poster and essay contest details

Congratulations to 2014 poster contest winners!

 Elementry School
1.      Amelia Berthold, Marion Cross School, Allison Litten
2.      Alyssa Mcrae, Neshobe School, Julie Bacher
3.      Keith Carrara, Neshobe School, Julie Bacher

 Middle School
1.      Grace Koutras, Williston Central School, Ginny Memoe
2.      Dana Kasti, Williston Central School, Kathleen Donohue
3.      Alexandria Dostie, St. Francis Xavier School, Mrs. Caron

 High School
1.      Molly Funk, Mt. Abe High School, Simone Skerritt
2.      Apollo Johnson, Milton High School, Staci Ferris-Letsos
3.      Lily Adler, Woodstock Union High School, Marie Anderson


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