[TFLA-list] TFLA Fall 2013 Issue - Scavenger Hunt!

tina.dong at austinisd.org tina.dong at austinisd.org
Wed Sep 25 19:16:52 EDT 2013

Dear TFLA Members,

I am excited to announce a new opportunity to receive one year of free 
membership.  All you have to do is read the fall 2013 issue of the TFLA 
newsletter and answer the following questions.   Please note that although 
all answers can be found in the newsletter, they may not appear in order. 

This scavenger hunt will be open until close of business on Friday, 
October 4.  No email entries will be honored after 5:00pm on this date. 
You may send me your answers via this email address or you may send to: 
secretary at tfla.info.  At that time, entries with all ten correct answers 
will be entered into a drawing from which three members will be selected 
to receive free TFLA membership for one year. 

Here is a link to the newsletter:  http://www.tfla.info/publications/.

Many thanks to Journal Editor, David Timms, who always does such an 
excellent job with this publication! 

Thank you all for your membership and happy hunting while learning about 
the great LOTE happenings in Texas!


1. What is the theme for the Fall Conference 2013?

2.  Who is our new President-Elect?

3.  What is one of the goals of the STARTALK program?

4.  In what year was the inception of TFLA?

5.  What does CRCM stand for according to one of the published articles?

6.  Who was the Latin teacher of the year in 2004?

7.  Who is the AATSP Outstanding Secondary Teacher of the Year?

8.  Who was the president of TFLA during its first year?

9.  Who is the author of Medical Spanish:  A New Approach?

10. Who had a dream come true?

Tina Dong
Instructional Coordinator, World Languages
Austin ISD, Department of Advanced Academic Services
Carruth Administration Center, A450
1111 W. 6th Street
Austin, Texas 78703

Recording Secretary, Texas Foreign Language Association

Office: 512.414.4212
Fax: 512.414.9875
Mobile: 512.203.3496
E-mail: tina.dong at austinisd.org

"Live as if you were to die tomorrow.  Learn as if you were to live 
forever."  - Mahatma Gandhi

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