Academic journal article Foreign Language Annals

AATG Award Winners Announced

Academic journal article Foreign Language Annals

AATG Award Winners Announced

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Twelve winners were announced at the annual Awards Presentation and Luncheon held by the American Association of Teachers of German (AATG) in Chicago on November 20, 2004. AATG President Jo Sanders presided over the festive gathering that celebrated great contributions to the field of German language learning. Congratulations go to:

George F. Peters, Michigan State University, East Lansing

Best Article in Die Unterrichtspraxis/Teaching German, 2003 for "Kulturexkurse: A Model for Teaching Deeper German Culture in a Proficiency-Based Curriculum"

Robert Baerent, Randolph-Macon College, Ashland,Virginia

Goethe-lnstitut/AATG Certificate of Merit

Sarah De Maris,Valparaiso University, Indiana

Goethe-lnsiitui/AATG Certificate of Merit

Cindy Jackson, Foothill High School, Pleasanton, California

Goethe-lnstitut/AATG Certificate of Merit

Cynthia "Cindie" Kelly, Massaponax High School, Fredericksburg, Virginia

Goethe-lnstitut/AATG Certificate of Merit

Sylvester "Sy" Kreilein, Marquette University High School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Goethe-lnstitut/AATG Certificate of Merit

Uta Larkey, Goucher College, Baltimore, Maryland

Goethe-lnstitut/AATG Certificate of Merit

Lois Sabino.Waubonsie Valley High School,Aurora, Illinois

Goethe-lnstitut/AATG Certificate of Merit

The Lancaster liederkranz, Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Friend of German Award

Helga Marshall,]. …

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