L5. Intercultural competence activities 4-5

Describe the general terms of the arrengement, i.e.: country, age and academic level of students, length of the stay, who is visiting who this time, and any other detail you may consider relevant. Based in our experience, we have created the following situation, terms and conditions for the Exchange program of a high school in… Continue reading L5. Intercultural competence activities 4-5


L3. Activity 2.3: English Varieties

16.12.16   What English varieties can you think of? American, Canadian, Caribbean (Including: Haiti, Guyanese or Jamaican), Irish, Scottish, Welsh, British, South African, Indian, Australian, and the varieties spoken in New Zeland and Hawai. Provide a brief account of the main differences between British and American English: Spelling: Words like color (from colour), honor (from honour), and labor… Continue reading L3. Activity 2.3: English Varieties


Teaching English for Gifted Students

I have sometimes heard teachers talking about their fear of having gifted students in class, claiming that the majority of them has never been trained to help these students improve their abilities and get them to be motivated towards the different activities carried out in class. Nevertheless, there is no need to worry. Here you… Continue reading Teaching English for Gifted Students


L1. Activity 1.1: EU Language Policies

02/12/16 What do you think is the role of the EU Policies in Education?   Not being perspective, they appear as an attempt to unify the educational system, although the responsibility is of each individual member state. Therefore, their main goal is not to establish how things should be learnt and taught, rather, these seek… Continue reading L1. Activity 1.1: EU Language Policies