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JULY

July 5-8, 2006

American Association of Teachers of French (AATF) Annual Convention, Milwaukee Hyati Regency Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. Information: htlp://www. frenchteachers.org/convcntion/default.htm.

July 6-8, 2006

Sociolinguistics Symposium 16 (SS16). Limerick, Ireland. Information: hltp://www. ul.ie/sslo.

July 12-14, 2006

Intervention in Translation, Interpreting & lntercultural Encounters Second Conference of the International Association for Translation & lntercultural Studies. University of the Western Cape, South Africa. Information: http://www.iatis. org/content/iatis2006/.

July 13-16, 2006

Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) Tester Training Workshop, Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT. Scheduled to offer sections in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. E-mail: workshops@actfl.org; phone: (914) 963-8830, Ext. 225.

July 14-17, 2006

2006 National Network for Early Language Learning (NNELL) Summer Institute for NNELL Regional and State Reps. Information: http://nnell.org/news_2.php.

AUGUST

August 5-6, 2006

2006 International Conference on Japanese Language Education (ICJLE), Columbia University, New York, NY. Information: http://www.japaneseteaching.org/icjle/.

August 15-17, 2006

WAFLT Summer Leadership Institute, UW-Madison, Pyle Center, Madison, WI. Information: http://www. waflt.org.

SEPTEMBER

September 21-23, 2006

Communicating Across Age Groups: Age, Language, & Society (GlobE 2006) Warsaw, Poland. Information: http://globe.ils.uw.edu.pl.

September 27-October 1, 2006

German Studies Association Conference, Pittsburgh, PA. Information: http://www.aatg.org.

September 28-30, 2006

Foreign Language Association of North Carolina (FLANC) 40th Annual Conference: "Promoting and Serving the Second Language Learning Community," Sheraton Capital Center Hotel, Raleigh, NC. Information: http://www. flanc.org/40.aspx.

OCTOBER

October 6-8, 2006

New York Stale Association of Foreign Language Teachers Annual Meeting, Saratoga Springs, NY. E-mail: sbarnes@nysaflt.org or jcarlino@nysaflt.org; phone: (315) 781-2482 or (716)836-3130.

October 12-14, 2006

International Association of Literary Semantics (IALS) Fourth International Conference, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland. E-mail: echklucz@vela.filg.uj.edu.pl.

October 12-14, 2006

Foreign Language Association of Virginia (FLAVA) Conference: "Discovering Languages: 2006 and Beyond," Holiday Inn Select, Kogcr Conference Center, Richmond, VA. Information: http://www.navaweb.org/nava_confcrcnce_2006.html.

October 12-14, 2006

Florida Foreign Language Association (FFLA) Conference: "Discovering New Horizons: Let Language Be Your Compass," Hyatt Sarasota on Sarasota Bay, FL. Information: htlp://www.floridaforeignlanguageassociation. com.

October 12-15, 2006

Texas Foreign Language Association (TFLA) Conference, Renaissance Hotel, Austin, TX. Information: http://www.tfla. info/Conferences/Fall2006/.

October 13-14, 2006

Nebraska International Languages Association (NILA): "Score a Goal for Language Learning," Saint Benedict Center, Schuyler, NE. Information: http://www. nde.state.ne.us/forlg/NILA/NILA_ConferenceMain2006. …

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