Alabama World Languages Association

The mission of the Alabama World Languages Association is to motivate educators to contribute to
   and to advocate for improved world language education for all students at all levels.











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Call For Proposals is Now Open for the AWLA 2025 Conference! 

Click HERE for the proposal link and conference information.

Our conference was a HUGE SUCCESS!

We want to thank Thompson High School  for being our AMAZING host!

We are also very grateful for our hard working board, presenters, attendees, sponsors, exhibitors, vendors, and students who volunteered.

Mark your calendars for next year's conference: January 31 - February 1, 2025, University of North Alabama, Florence.

    MANY THANKS TO OUR      2024 SPONSORS



Alabama World Languages Newsletter


             Fiesta Bham               September 28, 2024

Fiesta, Inc. is a 501c3 organization that seeks “to educate the mainstream public about the many different Hispanic countries and cultures through the best of art, music, dance, and food.” Part of Fiesta’s goal as a festival and as an organization has always been to provide Hispanic students with scholarships to help them further their education in Alabama.  

SHOUT OUT!


Alabama World Language teacher, Hannah Rae Joseph, will be presenting at the ACTFL conference in November!

Her presentation covers using ACTFL Standards to make assessments more authentic, engaging and easy to grade! She discusses ACTFL standards-based assessments that reduce stress and that students have dared to call "fun!"

Congratulations Hannah!


We once again congratulate Hannah! She is the 2024 recipient of the AATSP Outstanding Service Award. She teaches at Spain Park High School in Hoover, Alabama.

Hannah Rae's longstanding record of service to the profession includes founding the N. E. W. B. I. E. project (which gives welcome boxes for 1st year world language teachers), serving as President of the Alabama Association of Teachers of Spanish in Portuguese, and being a member of the Alabama World Language Associations!

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Language Connects Foundation will begin accepting new applications in Spring 2024 for the Lead with  Languages Teacher Scholarship Program.

Entering its sixth year, this program provides merit-based scholarships to graduating high school seniors committed to pursuing the language teaching profession in languages other than English. Scholars are awarded $1,500 per academic year (renewable up to $6,000 per recipient). Explore the program!

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