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Hem pensat que era hora d’unir-nos tots els que ens dediquem a ensenyar ANGLÉS professionalment. L’objectiu és que puguem intercanviar experiències i materials i formar-nos. Volem convertir-nos en un punt de trobada dels professionals de l’anglés i organitzar jornades, xarrades i seminaris. Volem ser la veu dels professionals de l'anglés i col·laborar amb tots els relacionats amb l'anglés i amb l'administració educativa i que se’ns tinga en compte com a interlocutors a l'hora de prendre decisions.

An association to unite us all who teach English professionally has been created. The aim is to share experiences, exchange materials and encourage further training with conferences, lectures and debates and ultimately become the voice of teachers of English and liaise with all those involved and especially with our educational authority.

Sunday, 10 February 2013

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Working with teachers in Spain
February 2013
Online story sharing conference 

Free online conference, 9-10 February

Looking for tools to help your students develop a genuine enjoyment of short stories, readers, novels, poems, graphic novels, drama, jokes and rap?

British Council Turkey is running an online conference with 30 sessions from around the world with exciting and interesting story sharing techniques you can use in your classes. 

Register here.  Rooms are expected to fill quickly!



Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice is 200 years old!

To celebrate this bicentenary we have launched a special section on 
our Teaching English website with lessons plans, articles and a blog all related to Pride and Prejudice. Lots of ideas for your classes, podcasts and a short film coming soon

Building bridges between language and content


Many thanks to the more than 200 teachers who came along to our seminar with Keith Kelly and Phil Ball on Saturday 2nd February at the British Council School. As many of you said, there was a lot to reflect on about how content and language teachers can learn from each other. Here are the links to Phil and Keith's presentations. And for those of you who weren't there, we'll soon have the seminar videos on our Teaching English website.  We'll keep you posted.



APAC and TESOL-Spain Events in Barcelona and Madrid

APAC - The value of English                                                           APAC. Associació de Professors i Professores d'Anglès de Catalunya.
21-23 February
"As educators we need to help our students become caring and
 principled citizens, as teachers of English we need to improve their 
communication skills in a language which has become the world's lingua franca" 
Join the discussion!  Full programme information and registration online here.

15 February

UAB Idiomes, Barcelona 10:00 - 13:30
Practical ideas on using moving images, maps and promoting vocabulary adquisition in seminar.  
International Institute, Miguel Ángel 8, Madrid 17:30 - 20:45
Great workshops on using songs, Integrating Technology in CLIL plus a closing plenary from Mark Hancock

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