Franel is a new project to learn French or Dutch.
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.
La idea del projecto Eurêkol es de proponer a los maestros de escuelas primarias una manera original y lúdica para enseñar las problemáticas europeas en clase. El material se estructura en seis hojas sobre la Unión Europea : la primera consiste en una introducción de la Unión Europea mientras que las otras presentan su historia, sus símbolos, el euro, la agricultura y la geografía del Unión.
The V-Lang Project 2011 Conference on “'Future Language Learning Now: Innovative Applications and Methods for Language Training” will be held November 17 in Warsaw, Poland.
Thu, 06/10/2011 - Fri, 07/10/2011
MELT (Multilingual Early Language Transmission) conference will be of interest to all those working in the field of regional and minority languages and in particular those dealing with early years or child care. The focus of the conference is the MELT project.
It will take place in Brussels, Belgium, October 06 & 07, 2011.
Thu, 22/09/2011 - Fri, 23/09/2011
Time has come for the Closing Meeting of the DYLAN Project. It will be held in Brussels, Belgium, on 22-23 September 2011, at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
Helen Myers, gerente de la sucursal de Londres de la Association for Language Learning (ALL), habla de las oportunidades que offrece la red REAL.
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.
"To know us better through our popular festivals and traditions" is a project that has been funded through the Comenius programme. 7 schools are participating in this project that aims at exploring the richness of their home cultures, history, and traditions.
Talk with me is a virtual learning platform for central European languages (Czech, Slovak, Hungarian and Slovenian) and a moodle course with useful learning materials based on the everyday life.