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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.

Monday, 10 November 2014

Hollywood and History

Hollywood and History

The L’Iber Museum which has the largest collection of toy soldiers in the world, and Silver Screen Spain the Valencian project to promote cinema tourism in Spain, invite teachers to visit the museum with their students to participate in the project History and Hollywood.
The project History and Hollywood for Bachillerato students was launched in the academic year 2014/2015.
The project Hollywood and History is designed to:
Offer a CLIL activity combining History, English, Cinema and Tourism studies.
Explain and promote cinema tourism (all the films in the series are English language films made in Spain).
Encourage students to question the Hollywood version of History and examine the motives for the differences between fact and fiction in the movies.
Offer an activity that permits students to experience films in the original version and interact with a native speaker.
Examine the pedagogical material in the museum that is related to the film.
The project also includes a tour of the museum in English, accompanied by English and History teacher Bob Yareham, Editor of Valencia International.
The activity is being sponsored by Banco Sabadell, and is free for a limited number of schools until the agreed quota of schools is reached.
Teachers interested in this initiative should contact Remy at
First come, first served.