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News from Network for Languages London

We would like to let you know that from 1 April 2019 Network for Languages London will no longer be housed at the University of Westminster, its home for the last eight years. All scheduled events and activities will take place at the University of Westminster, as planned and until 29 March 2019, including our […]

The LANGUAGE MAGICIAN project receives Erasmus+ Quality Seal Award

THE LANGUAGE MAGICIAN, an Erasmus+ project, led by the Goethe-Institut London, has been awarded the Erasmus+ Quality Seal in the schools sector and also been marked as a good practice project on the Erasmus+ project results platform. This aims to enable other Erasmus+ applicants to gain useful ideas on how to create an efficient, meaningful, and lasting Erasmus+ project […]

The Institut Français – Support for primary and secondary French teachers

The Institut Français has a range of support on offer for primary and secondary French teachers and schools, including Culturethèque, free digital online resources for teachers and students, the Primary French Project, a complete set of classroom KS2 materials and a schools activities programme. For more information, download a flyer about the support on offer here, […]

Opportunities for Linguistics in the MFL Curriculum, Friday 31 May 2018

A ‘Linguistics in Modern Foreign Languages’ Project, led by academics at the universities of Anglia Ruskin, Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge and Queen Mary, University of London, has been looking at the potential for the inclusion of linguistic topics at A-Level MFL. Linguistic content is a fundamental part of many university courses, but not included in the […]

Language Show, Olympia, 9 – 11 November 2018

Now in its 30th year, Europe’s largest language event for the language sector returns this year to the Olympia Exhibition Centre, London and includes lots of talks, classes, seminars and one hundred exhibitors. The latest products and techniques, ways to learn and ways to teach will be shared at what promises to be a fun event […]

Spanish Show & Tell Contest – Instituto Español Vicente Cañada Blanch, Thursday 29 November 2018

The Spanish Embassy Education Office is holding its first Spanish Show and Tell Contest, at the Instituto Español Vicente Cañada Blanch, on Thursday 29  November 2018, from 4:45pm – 6:45pm. The aim of the Show and Tell Contest and Event is for all teachers attending to choose, from a variety of teaching activities presented, the […]

Brent Primary Foreign Language Teaching Hub – Activate and Motivate, Thursday 29 November 2018, 4:15pm – 5:45pm

The focus of the next Brent Primary Foreign Language Teaching Hub session is : Activate and Motivate This free twilight session will provide opportunities to share best practice, discuss issues and meet other primary / secondary foreign language teachers in Brent. The session is organised by Lara Griffiths, MFL Leader and SLE for MFL, Byron Court […]

Latest Research Results from the EU Project the Language Magician

The LANGUAGE MAGICIAN is a project that was funded by Erasmus + and led by the Goethe-Institut London. It involved ten partners from four European countries, including the University of Westminster. The game was developed into English, German, Spanish, Italian and French and is intended for schools or home-schooling teachers to evaluate the foreign language skills of […]

New CLIL Project, led by MMU, aims to support and enhance the teaching and learning of an area of mathematics through a second language

Manchester Metropolitan University(MMU) is launching an exciting Erasmus+ funded project on 1 November 2018, which will develop a range of game-based learning resources, underpinned by CLIL pedagogical principles, to support and enhance the teaching and learning of an area of mathematics through a second language.  This project will use two innovative pedagogies, Content and Language […]

Language Acts and Worldmaking Debate – Communicating Emotions in a Foreign Language – 7 November 2018

‘Communicating Emotions in a Foreign Language’ with Jean-Marc Dewaele (Birkbeck), 7th November, 6pm; A Language Acts and Worldmaking Debate We are delighted to invite you to the first Language Acts and Worldmaking Debate in the 2018/2019 series – Communicating Emotions in a Foreign Language with Jean-Marc Dewaele, Professor in Applied Linguistics and Multilingualism, Birkbeck College, University of London. Language Acts […]

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