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CUNY Language Maps

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Click on a Campus to See What Languages Are Taught There!

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Borough of Manhattan Community College: 40.718352, -74.011926
College of Staten Island: 40.601510, -74.150100
Kingsborough Community College: 40.578295, -73.935596
Brooklyn College: 40.630995, -73.954412
Medgar Evers College: 40.666205, -73.957372
New York City College of Technology: 40.695534, -73.987459
Baruch College: 40.740294, -73.983568
John Jay College of Criminal Justice: 40.770257, -73.988284
LaGuardia Community College: 40.744257, -73.937931
Hunter College: 40.768702, -73.964876
City College of New York: 40.820047, -73.949272
Hostos Community College: 40.817915, -73.926770
Bronx Community College: 40.857927, -73.912602
Lehman College: 40.873318, -73.894140
Queens College: 40.736290, -73.820286
York College: 40.700751, -73.797058
Queensborough Community College: 40.755758, -73.756360
The Graduate Center: 40.748649, -73.984007

MAP 1: This map lists the languages each college is registered to teach according to the the new CUNYfirst system.
Languages highlighted in orange are currently being taught (updated Spring 2017)

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Click on a Campus to See Where Heritage Language Tracks Are Available to CUNY Language Students!

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Baruch College: 40.740294, -73.983568
Bronx Community College: 40.857927, -73.912602
Brooklyn College: 40.630995, -73.954412
City College New York: 40.820047, -73.949272
College of Staten Island: 40.601510, -74.150100
Hostos Community College: 40.817915, -73.926770
John Jay College of Criminal Justice: 40.770257, -73.988284
Kingsborough Community College: 40.578295, -73.935596
LaGuardia Community College: 40.744257, -73.937931
Lehman College: 40.873318, -73.894140
Medgar Evers College: 40.666205, -73.957372
Queens College: 40.736290, -73.820286
York College: 40.700751, -73.797058
Queensborough Community College: 40.755758, -73.756360
Hunter College: 40.768702, -73.964876
Borough of Manhattan Community College: 40.717875, -74.014227

MAP 2: This map lists where heritage speaker course tracks are available for specific languages in the CUNY system.
Languages highlighted in orange are currently being taught (updated Spring 2017).

Notice an error in one of these maps? Please tell us! Send an email to ILETC@gc.cuny.edu.

ACTFL Convention and Expo 2019

Presentations by CUNY Faculty

 

Professors

Eckhard Kuhn-Osius and Yoko Sakurai, (Hunter College), Jennifer Eddy, (Queens College), Evelyn Duran Urrea, (Lehman College), and Alberta Gatti (The Graduate Center) will be presenting in DC next week.

For details on their presentations, see below.

PROMOTING LITERACY THROUGH RESEARCH-DRIVEN GRAMMAR INSTRUCTION

The research on L2 grammar teaching, learning, and acquisition is vast. This panel will present how-to approaches to implementing the practical and theoretical research in classroom teaching, focusing heavily on the link between the development of grammar abilities and the development of literacy.

Session Presenter

Scott Windham, Elon University

Co-Presenter(s)

Eckhard Kuhn-Osius, Hunter College, CUNY
Marianna Ryshina-Pankova, Georgetown University

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CONSTRUCTING EDTPA COMMENTARIES: HOW DO WE USE RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE?

This session focuses on EdTPA Commentaries, in which teacher candidates must justify planning, instruction, and assessment decisions using SLA and educational theory. Research data from all stakeholders on research and practice as well as strategies for preparing and mentoring candidates for the edTPA will be shared.

Session Presenter

Jennifer Eddy, Queens College CUNY

Co-Presenter

Dr. Mary Curran, Rutgers University

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WRITING PROFICIENCY DEVELOPMENT OF SPANISH HERITAGE LEARNERS

This paper presents results of a pilot study intended to gauge the writing proficiency development of Spanish heritage learners through a four-semester heritage Spanish college course sequence. The study used an assessment tool modeled after the ACTFL Writing Proficiency Test, and had the goal of delineating recommendations for curriculum design.

Researcher(s)

Alberta Gatti, CUNY Graduate Center
Evelyn Duran Urrea, Lehman College

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CAN-DO CRASH COURSE:  MAKE YOUR CLASSROOM MORE COMMUNICATIVE!

Have you tried to use Can-Do Statements, but can’t figure out where to start or how to implement them effectively in your class? This session will help you explore the possibility of redesigning activities based on real life situations and with an authentic and meaningful communicative purpose.

Session Presenter

Yoko Sakurai, CUNY, Hunter College

Co-Presenter(s)

Takami Taylor, University of West Florida
Mrs. Eiko Williams, University of Miami
Naoko Komura, Florida International University

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