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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, 7 December 2015

From Bob Yareham: Christmas present ideas

If you worry every year about what presents to buy your Friends and family; don't worry anymore!
Buy one of these wonderful books, written in English in Valencia. Delivered to your door anywhere in the city of Valencia.
Informative, fun and fulfilling; make somebody happy with a unique gift.
Here's what the critics said:
'English Beauty' (10€)
         It is not often that a book comes along that not only changes your life but which also makes you laugh. This isn't such a book, but it's also worth buying. It is a series of amusing articles about the etymology of English; everything you wanted to know about English but fell asleep in class.
         For those who enjoy English, or for the vast majority who accept its importance, this is the book for you. English need no longer be a mystery; it can become a conundrum instead.
A Set Jetters' Guide to Spain (20€):
In which small village in Guadalajara did Katherine Hepburn spend a summer making a film in Spain?
Where did Steven Spielberg build his prisoner of war camp in Spain for 'Empire of the Sun'?
Which famous British actor tried to steal some jewels from the Spanish royal family's summer palace in Majorca in 1969?
Which Spanish city has a cinema called 'Lara' because 'Doctor Zhivago' was made there?
Discover the answers to these questions, and to many, many more.
Cinema tourism (set-jetting) is an undeniable fact; you only need to ask the delighted authorities of New Zealand, where they are still reaping the benefits of visitors attracted by the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy.
Hundreds of villages and towns were transformed in the 50s, 60s and 70s in Spain when Hollywood arrived and changed their lives.
In this guide there are 101 films and their locations, and it is hoped that readers will visit these places and share the knowledge that Spain is a lot more than sun, sand and sangria; although that's all pretty good stuff too.

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