World Language Instruction for Today’s Students
Professor Lewie Johnson will facilitate a hands-on workshop on methods and techniques to teach Spanish.
Lewie Johnson taught Spanish in the classroom for 35 years before retiring to focus on teacher training. He is now a teacher leader with the California Foreign Language Project and eld supervisor for student teachers at California State University in San Bernardino where he has taught methodology for foreign language teachers. He is the president of the Inland Empire Foreign Language Association (IEFLA). In addition, he has written online Internet lessons for Prentice Hall’s textbooks Paso a Paso and Realidades and has served as president of the California Language Teachers’ Association (CLTA). During his teaching years, Lewie received several awards such as the Hal Wingard Award for Lifetime Achievement from the California Language Teachers Association, the award for Excellence in Teaching from the Southwest Conference of Language Teaching, and the California League of Middle Schools named him their 1991 Educator of the Year. In his last year in the classroom, he was awarded the 2003 San Bernardino County Office of Education Medal of Honor as an outstanding educator.
This presentation will be given in Spanish.
Sponsored by: World Languages and Literatures Department
Part of the Professional Development Workshop Series Winter 2020 Certificate of Participation will be provided to all attending