00 Series: title PQ1 A publication of the American Association of Teachers of French, the annual cites without annotation, books and articles relating to French literature since 1885 that were published during the previous year.
What does AATF stand for?
AATF stands for American Association of Teachers of French
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We have 14 other meanings of AATF in our Acronym Attic
- Association of Apparel and Textile Exporters in Bulgaria
- Advanced Automotive Test Equipment Company
- American Association of Trusts, Estates and Elder Law Attorneys
- African American Tobacco Education Network
- Alternatives to Animal Testing and Experimentation (Japanese Society for Alternatives to Animal Experiments)
- African Agricultural Technology Foundation
- Air Assault Task Force
- Aircraft Anechoic Test Facility (US Navy)
- Airport and Airway Trust Fund
- All About The Fly (fishing website0
- Anti Armor Task Force
- Authorised Approved Treatment Facility (UK)
- Air Assault Task Force Commander
- Austin Area Teachers Federal Credit Union (Texas)
- Action Aid the Gambia (est. 1979; UK)
- American Association of Teachers of German
- Anglo American Theatre Group (Netherlands)
- All Ashore That's Going Ashore
- All-American Turkey Growers Association
- Association of Approved Tour Guides of Ireland
Samples in periodicals archive:
In total, the campaign will reach about 200,000 teachers, including members of the American Association of Teachers of French, the National Educational Association, the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Language, and subscribers of Language Magazine.
The American Association of Teachers of French (AATF) announced that Christina Amaral, a student at West Boylston Middle/ High School, has received a 2012 AATF Outstanding Senior in French Award.
Maybe once or twice a month, I get a message from a teacher saying, 'Our school board is going to be doing away with French,'" says Jayne Abrate, executive director of the American Association of Teachers of French.
She is a member of the American Association of Teachers of French and the Associated Colleges of Illinois, and currently serves as chairperson of the Federation of Independent Illinois Colleges and Universities.