“Comprehensible Input: a Gateway Toward Proficiency”
Join us at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center in downtown Manchester, NH on October 24th and 25th!
**Note** When registering, please be sure to read all of the directions on the registration page carefully.
Click the link below to register as a:
Registration rates are as follows:
- 2014-2015 NHAWLT Membership Dues: $40
- Conference Luncheon (Friday only): $35
- Earlybird Rate (Aug.24-Sept.20) Friday or Saturday only/both days: $70/$130
- Regular Rate (Sept.21- Oct.20) Friday or Saturday only/both days: $90/$150
- Anyone wishing to register after October 20 must do so at the conference. The On-site Rate is $100/$160 and must be paid by cash or check.
- You may pay using any source supported by PayPal including Credit Card and Checking account.
- If you prefer to mail your payment, make checks payable to NHAWLT and send to: NHAWLT 2014 Conference, ATTN Claudette Moran P.O. BOX 335, Eliot, Maine 03903
- Your registration is not complete until we have received your payment.
- Please note that there will be NO refunds once payment has been made. $25 fee for returned checks.
- Parking at the conference center will be validated. $5 for each person. $8 for overnight parking.
HELPFUL HINTS: FRENCH
Chez Vachon restaurant review: Louise Palmer - Coe-Brown Northwood Academy
If you are looking for a taste of Quebec or France in Manchester, look no further than Chez Vachon at 136 Kelley St, Manchester, NH 03102, (603) 625-9660. Here you will find poutine (the famous fries with cheese curds and gravy), many varieties of crêpes, and pork pie. The prices are very reasonable. As an added bonus, you will be sure to hear French spoken in various corners of the restaurant, as the restaurant is located in the traditionally French section of Manchester.
If you are a local, you may want to consider bringing a class of yours down for a field trip or a treat. One of the highlights of the year for my French IV students is our trip here for breakfast.
Check out their website and menu - http://www.chezvachon.com/
Check out a New Hampshire Chronicle story on the restaurant and its special offerings - NH Chronicle Chez Vachon
HELPFUL HINTS: SPANISH
Spanish Resources in Manchester, NH: Michael Clauss
Looking to find some Spanish or Mexican cuisine or perhaps pick up some authentic materials for your Spanish classroom? Look no further. Within blocks of the conference are several stores and restaurants you may want to check out.
Two Guys Food Market – Located on the corner of Union and Central streets, this Colombian owned market is a goldmine for authentic resources. They have an excellent selection of foods, magazines and comics, greeting cards, beverages, and more, imported from all over the world. It’s just like visiting a small grocery store in Latin America. And the owners are very friendly.
Tropical Food Market – Another small market worth checking out although the selection isn’t quite as good as Two Guys Food Market.
El rincón zacatecano taquería – Another taquería located close to the Radisson. Food is great and the prices are quite reasonable.
Don Quijote Restaurant – I’ve never been here. It has mixed reviews, but if you’re in the mood for some Spanish cuisine I’d check it out.
Do you know of any more places worth visiting? Let us know and we’ll add them to the list.