A selection of language-related events. Does not claim to be comprehensive or represent the views of SCILT.
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The Consejería de Educación is organising a half-day online session on 15 May. It will include 3 practical workshops:
Registration is free and must be completed online before 13 May through the following link: https://forma.administracionelectronica.gob.es/form/open/corp/5583/xKnM
The workshop will be delivered in Spanish.
Visit the website for more information.
This important event will be led by Ann Robertson who has been involved in SCEN from the beginning and who now supports 1 + 2 language development in schools across three local authorities. The event is aimed primarily at teachers, both primary and secondary, who are interested in finding out more about the options for introducing Mandarin as an L3 in schools.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in attending.
The European Film Factory (EFF) platform offers an innovative solution to film education by providing free access to teachers and students to a catalogue of 10 European films.
During this webinar, Institut Francaise and Rafal Mazur, EFF focus group teacher will present educational activities and lesson plans in English that they developed based on the film “La Strada”.
Visit the website to register for the webinar.
The last year has been one of the most challenging for teachers and as the summer holidays approach, it's the perfect time to reflect on what we have learned, celebrate what schools and students have achieved, and use these experiences to make positive recommendations for the future.
The acclaimed journalist and BBC presenter David Dimbleby will host a discussion of a range of issues facing schools today, with a focus on teachers of Modern Foreign Languages. Our top panel of MFL experts have a range of experiences and perspectives and will answer questions submitted by audience members.
Visit the website for more information and to register for the free online event.
All are welcome to attend this free conference, organised by Cardiff University and Durham University, which will be held online via Zoom.
Visit the website for programme information and to register to receive the online joining link.
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