The Disabled Access Friendly campaign aims to sensitise students to issues affecting people with mobility disability. Its reaches people through the teaching of English as a foreign language. The website provides teachers with free teaching material that can be used in class, for projects or examination practice, but at the same time stimulates students to put themselves in the shoes of someone with a mobility/disability, for a better understanding of their needs and feelings.
Les Editions maisons des langues rejoignent le Réseau des associations de professeurs de langues en Europe. Découvrez cette maison d'édition au service des professeurs de langues étrangères.
Thu, 29/03/2012 - Fri, 30/03/2012
Learning through Sharing: Open Resources, Open Practices, Open Communication
The conference will be held at the University of Bologne, Italy on March 29 - 30. This two-day conference focuses on the impact of adopting openness as a key principle in education. It explores how open resources, open practices and open communication can be integrated in language teaching and learning, and in the initial and continuing development of language teachers.
It would seem blatantly obvious that some kind of propelling force is needed for any kind of human action to be completed. In language learning, motivation is extremely important. Without it, learning is inefficient and, what’s more, learners become discouraged and dissatisfied.
A collaborative bank of authentic audio resources, recorded by native speakers, for a freely pedagogical or personal use.
Francophonie is the journal for teachers of French at all levels and in all sectors.
Discover ChineseCom: with the help of this website, you can learn the necessary basics of the Chinese language and culture for free.
The aim of BritLit is to help teachers from around the world to exploit contemporary British literature, in the form of short stories and poetry, as a language tool for the ELT classroom. Each BritLit resource kit contains a range of downloadable materials to help teachers using literature in the English language classroom.
Quality assurance in language teaching is a key priority across Europe. It is also an essential issue for those seeking to take to apply for European project funding. In this article, Stéphanie Favre looks at the challenges of quality and the different levels at which it can be applied.
Wed, 22/06/2011 - Sat, 25/06/2011
Have a look at the first video of the latest REAL Seminar about ICT in languages courses, organized in Madrid (Spain) in June 2011.