NORTHERN ILLINOIS CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF TEACHERS OF GERMAN
The NOILAATG Chapter serves teachers of every level of instruction (PreK-Collegiate) in the Northern Illinois area. We are here to help provide information, professional development, materials and resources, as well as to provide a place for collaboration and support for each other.
AATG Mission Statement
The mission of the AATG is based on the belief that bringing the language, literatures and cultures of the German-speaking world to all Americans is a vital humanistic endeavor which serves essential national interests. It's the only national individual membership organization dedicated to the advancement and improvement of the language, literature, and culture of the German-speaking countries.
A long-standing history of dedication to building international relationships
The American Association of Teachers of German, Inc., (AATG) was founded in 1926 by several German professors and teachers who wished to promote and improve the teaching of German language and culture, and to foster friendship between the United States and German-speaking countries. The association offered programs to stimulate interest in German studies, facilitate occasional student and teacher exchange, foster international education, provide audio-visual language teaching aids, and produce publications. (The AATG, Inc. Records, 1969-1981)
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The 2022 National German Exam for High School Students is underway!
National German Exam Registration
Late registration & testing for Levels 2,3 & 4 closes soon!
Level 1 testing & registration begins soon!
NOIL AATG Collegiate Awards of Excellence
Our chapter will again offer NOIL AATG Collegiate Awards of Excellence for outstanding post-secondary students at two- and four-year institutions. Each college/university may nominate ONE student to receive this award from our chapter. Instructors should submit the name of the student along with a paragraph detailing why the student should be so honored. Candidates should be stellar in all possible ways. They have shown leadership, academic excellence and a drive to promote the German language and culture. They may demonstrate their interest and skills in classes, at events, at competitions and even in travel. Nominations are due by March 10, 2022, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOIL AATG Outstanding German Educator Award of Excellence
Our chapter wishes to recognize an outstanding colleague with the NOIL AATG Outstanding German Educator Award of Excellence. The awardee is someone who has served the chapter and the profession with excellence for several years. Letters of nomination should identify the nominee, their educational affiliation and years of service and should describe in two or three paragraphs the nominee’s service and outstanding accomplishments. In addition, we ask that nominations include information about the colleague making the nomination and how they have witnessed the nominee’s service. Please also include contact information for the nominee. Letters of nomination must be received by March 10, 2022. Please submit your letter to email@example.com.
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AATG Summer Program in Bonn für College Studenten - Bewerbungen bis 11. Februar
ICTFL Winterfest - 12. Februar
ICTFL bietet ein Stipendium für Schüler*innen und Student*innen an, die Fremdsprachenlehrer werden wollen - Bewerbungen bis 28. Februar
CSCTFL Konferenz - 3.-5. März
NoIL AATG Frühlingstreffen und Workshop - 30. April
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Due to the current global health crisis, we continue to offer virtual meetings and activities.
Look for future virtual events!
We hope you and yours are safe and healthy. Wir freuen uns auf ein zukünftiges Wiedersehen!
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ONGOING VIRTUAL RESOURCES 2022
ONLINE TEACHING RESOURCES
German Resources Hub (searchable materials through AP)
GETMAPP - new teaching materials database - search and contribute!