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From paper to digital: materials, tools and good practices – Educational workshop for teachers of Italian as a foreign language

Edizioni Edilingua is pleased to invite you to the educational workshop for teachers of Italian as a foreign language organized in collaboration with the Education Department of the Italian Consulate in London and the Italian Cultural Institute in London. The workshop will be held on Saturday 6 May 2017, from 10.00 to 17.00, at the Italian […]

ICT and Languages Event 2017 [ILILC#7]

ICT and Languages Event 2017  Ashcombe School, Dorking, Saturday 22 April, 10am to 7pm A free ICT and Languages event will take place at Ashcombe School, Dorking, on 22 April.  The ‘hands on’ event will feature a wide range of practical ideas and activities in which ICT can support language learning in and outside school, however much […]

Learning a Home Language: Helping to foster the next bilingual/bicultural generation

Free community education event Learning a home language: Helping to Foster the Next Bilingual/Bi-cultural Generation: The Ramgarhia Story A free community education event will be taking place on Saturday 1 April from 11am to 1pm at the Ramgarhia Community Centre in Newham, one of East London’s key and long-standing commuinity schools. The public event will […]

University of Westminster’s Difference Festival, 27 February – 3 March 2017

The University of Westminster has always been different and is now the most internationally diverse University in the UK. The University’s predecessors created a place where the public could explore new ideas, view new inventions and learn new skills. Similarly, the University has also always striven to make a difference, embodying the symbiotic link between […]

Westminster Skills Club – Modern Language Clubs for GCSE and A-Level students

The University of Westminster is starting a series of Modern Language Clubs for GCSE and A-Level students. The Clubs are free for students to attend and a good opportunity for students to practise all four skills in Spanish, German and French. GCSE  MODERN LANGUAGES CLUB The three week Modern Languages Skills Club for GCSE students […]

Education Conference, Friday 3 March 2017, Bordesley Green Girls’ School and Sixth Form

The Education Conference on Friday 3 March 2017 will be an excellent opportunity to see CLIL in action at Bordesley Green Girls’ School and Sixth Form. There is the chance to see Geography, Science and Business Studies in French, plus a session on methodology, setting up CLIL in schools and a session by Judith Rowland-Jones, […]

Research survey on language learning materials

Network for Languages London in partnership with John Murray Learning is doing research on language learning materials and would greatly appreciate your opinions and insights. Please help us by completing this survey by 5pm on Thursday 26 January and be in with the chance of winning some bestselling titles and language-inspired colouring books! You simply […]

Next steps for Modern Foreign Languages teaching at secondary level in England – the teaching profession, classroom teaching and assessment

Next steps for Modern Foreign Languages teaching at secondary level in England – the teaching profession, classroom teaching and assessment,  MONDAY, 16TH JANUARY 2017, CENTRAL LONDON Guest of Honour: Ian Bauckham, Chair, Review of Modern Foreign Language pedagogy in KS3 & 4, Teaching Schools Council; Past President, ASCL and Executive Headteacher, Bennett Memorial Diocesan School, Kent […]

Deutsch Lehren Lernen – Teacher training blended learning courses

Deutsch Lehren Lernen (DLL) are a range of unique teacher training courses offered world-wide by the Goethe Institut for German-speaking teachers. The courses combine professional development through collaborative action research and aim to enhance language and communication skills and competencies, whilst broadening understanding of MFL pedagogy.  The courses are designed for teachers, newly qualified teachers, […]

Language Acts and Worldmaking – Co-Director of Network for Languages London awarded multi-million pound grant by Arts & Humanities Research Council for research into learning, teaching and research in Modern Languages.

Debra Kelly, who is also Professor of French and Francophone Literary and Cultural Studies in the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures at Westminster, is a member of a team working on a newly-launched research project called Language Acts and Worldmaking. The project is led by Professor Catherine Boyle, Professor of Latin American Cultural Studies […]

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