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We are thrilled to once again offer a face-to-face conference in Kissimmee September 29 - October 1, 2022. We have expanded our virtual offerings this year to more than double the hybrid track we piloted last year!

The schedule-at-a glance is available here. For a sneak peek at this year's conference sessions, here is a sampling of confirmed session topics:

Creating a Routine and Engaging Lessons for an Elementary Level Class

Supporting Success through ASL: Career Education and Training for the Deaf

Starting off on the Right Foot

"Discover" Grammar in Context

Moving Away from Grammar-Based Instruction

Content, Connections, and Confidence for Second-Language ELL Students

A Crash Course on Presenting at Teacher Conferences

Designing Customized Education Videos

Mini Mock Archeology Dig

Extension Activities to Enhance Comprehension

The Power of CommUNITY

SPECIAL PERSON: More than an Interview

More Lively Games for the World Language Classroom

Middle School Fun: Lesson Structure

100% Engagement: Using Online Games in the Classroom

Cultural Activities to Keep Them Thinking

Spice Up the Daily Grind

Connecting Classrooms to Learn Language and Culture

Diving into a Novel: My First Attempt

Facilitate Language Acquisition Through Role Playing

Calligraphy, Calligrams and Street Art Throughout the French-Speaking World

#OnYGo: An Inclusive, Global, Accessible Multimodal OER in French

German Studies at the New College: An Introduction

World Language Partnerships with FLVS

Target Language Performing Arts in the Era of World Pandemic

Shaping Stereotypical Cultural Representations in  an Introductory Russian Program

Round Table: Teaching Critical Languages in Impossible Times (and Places)

Exploring Interculturality, Identity and Diversity in the Language Classroom

For hotel reservations, visit

Embassy Suites by Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista South

To obtain our $139/night group room rate, register before August 31, 2022.

Nominate a colleague for one of the following awards to be presented during the 2022 Conference:

Most Valuable Teacher

Teacher of Promise (One/Region)

FFLA Teacher of the Year

Wershow Award (Lifetime Achievement)

Nominating teachers must be FFLA members. To receive their award, recipients must be willing to become a member and attend the conference.


The Florida Foreign Language Association, Inc. is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions to FFLA are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. FFLA's tax identification number is 65-0736242.

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