Instituto Cervantes in London will participate in the Language Show on the 15-17th November. Hosted in London annually, it encourages learning and improvement across all global languages in colleges and universities, including range of official exams qualifications. There will also be cultural events held in celebration of nations across the United Kingdom.
«The Language Show is a unique opportunity to have direct contact with the language teaching offer available in the UK. To Instituto Cervantes in London, it is the best showcase to promote the center in the country,» underlines the head of studies at Instituto Cervantes in London, Pablo Martínez Gila.
In addition, Martínez Gila highlights the high number of Spanish teachers who approach the stand to learn about the possibilities of training in Spanish as a Foreign Language (ELE), in order to update didactic, methodological and linguistic knowledge.
In its 31st edition, The Language Show is considered the largest language event in Europe, offering outstanding talks, classes and functions including over 100 exhibitors as well as test classes in 23 languages, free lectures and seminars.
The Cervantes Institute will have a joint stand with the Consejería de Educación and the Embassy of Spain in London, in which it will show the academic offer (classes and training), cultural centre and library.
The event takes place in the Olympia fairgrounds, and it’s an opportunity that cannot be missed for anyone learning or teaching a language. The wealth of resources on offer as well as help, advice, ways to learn and teach is unprecedented and, most importantly, will be an inspiration to all those who attend.
Get your free ticket to go to The Language Show here.
Martes, 29 de mayo de 2012
de 11.00h a 18.30h (con ½ hora de pausas intercaladas para comer)
Precio: £55 libras
Objetivos del curso:
1. Mejorar y adaptar tu CV.
2. Cómo promocionarte profesionalmente.
3. Aprender de manera práctica las destrezas que se requieren para ser profesor de ELE en Londres.
4. Conocer el sistema educativo británico.
5. Saber a dónde puedes dirigirte para solicitar trabajo.
Instituto Cervantes de Londres
Teléfono: 020 7235 0353
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