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ALL London June Event 2016

Click here to see invitation

We were delighted with the success of our June Event.  Wonderful speakers, a buzzing exhibition, and a lovely appreciative, warm and friendly atmosphere.

We are using this page to collect pictures and references to the event over the coming weeks.

Here is a link to our Flickr album, currently featuring pics from the secondary sessions and exhibition.  (Primary will be added soon).

  ALL London June Event 2016

Dr Colin Christie inspired us all to use literature for all levels and all skills in his presentation which was packed with ideas which we will be able to use instantly.  You can download his presentation here.

Watch this space for links to the great presentations from Sylvie Bartlett-Rawlings, Nadine Chadier and Wendy Adeniji who all spoke superbly.

We already looking forward to welcoming everyone to our annual 'show and tell' spot at the Languages Live conference on Saturday October 15th, our January Event on Saturday January 14th (when the focus will be on film), ILILC#7  on Saturday 22nd April - (a free ICT conference), and Saturday 17th June for the next June conference!

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Invitation

You cannot afford to miss our June Event this year!  

All of our speakers are excellent and are guaranteed to inform you and equip you with strategies which you can use next week in the classroom!

Dr Colin Christie will address the way in which we can use literature in class ... a feature of the National Curriculum and new Exams at all levels of language learning.

As an Ofqual Expert and a language teacher and manager, Wendy Adeniji is extremely well informed about all the new GCSE specifications and will give practical advice on preparing students for the new terminal examinations for speaking and writing.

Nadine Chadier and Sylvie Barlett-Rawlings will continue to share excellent practice in the primary sector and generally enthuse everyone!

The Exhibition and delegate packs will offer ideas for good quality resources as you prepare for next academic year.

Come along, bring a friend, and enjoy free time in London during the afternoon!

Register online following this link, or register by post by downloading the invitation copied and pasted below.

Venue: Brunei Suite, Russell Square Campus, SOAS

School of African and Oriental Studies, University of London, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London, WC1H 0XG, Tel +44 (0) 2076372388  

visit tfl.gov.uk for travel directions or http://www.soas.ac.uk/visitors/location/travel/

Tube: Russell Square (Piccadilly Line) – approx 5 minute walk; Buses: 7, 68, 91, 168 and 188 stop on Russell Square; 10, 24, 29, 73 and 134 stop on Tottenham Court Road (north bound) or Gower Street (south bound)  

We would advise you not to come by private car: parking spaces are scarce and expensive in this area of London.  

Outline Programme

9.30

Registration & Exhibition.  Tea/coffee and biscuits – the committee will be there to welcome you!

Exhibitors / contributors to delegate packs: AQA, European Schoolbooks, Goethe Instutut, Linguascope, Mini Flashcards, Sociedad Mixta para la promocion del Turismo de Valladolid, This is Language and Vocab Express.

10.00- 10.25

Plenary and Language Taster– Helen Myers, Chair of ALL London.  Welcome & Introductions incl committee members, Renata Albuquerque (SOAS), and  sponsors

10:30 – 11.25

B102: 'Literature inspires' Dr Colin Christie IoE lecturer in Languages in Education, subject leader for the PGCE Languages course The UCL IOE 2014 British Academy Schools Language Award, ‘London Partnership Launches Literature’, generated 70+ two lesson sequences based on a literary text. With the kind permission of student teachers,  Colin will explore some of their ideas and highlight examples of how literature might inspire spontaneous talk.

OR

Primary Get-together led by Nadine Chadier and Sylvie Bartlett-Rawlings Up-date on resources for primary from our lively ALL duo!  

11.30 – 12:00 

EXHIBITION Comfort break / top-up of coffee / chance to ‘network’ / view info sent from corporate members, ALL, Language Institutes and our sponsors.

12.05– 1.00

B102: 'Speaking and writing GCSE' (Wendy Adeniji) Vice Principal, Dixons Kings Academy and consultant for Ofqual, Wendy is  long-standing popular AL London presenter and we can be guaranteed that this session will be packed with fantastic ideas as we prepare for the new GCSE.

OR

 Primary Get-together led by Nadine Chadier and Sylvie Bartlett-Rawlings Up-date on resources for primary from our lively ALL duo!

& after?

Visit the British Museum, explore London

EARLY BIRD: (Register before Tuesday 7th June): Free to students who are members of ALL or first-time primary teachers; £10 – ALL individual members and non-member students;  £15 – group members, £28 – non-members

 After Tuesday 7th June, prices will be an additional £5.

APPLICATION BY POST - SEE BELOW

As refreshments will be provided, it would be very helpful to know how many people are intending to attend. Please send or email the application form below to Sarah Bowley, to reach her by Wednesday June 8th 2016  in order to qualify for the 'Early Bird' rate; otherwise send an email with the information to her.  Payment for applications sent after Tuesday 7th June will be £5 more per ticket.

PLEASE NOTE: To cut down costs and administration time, we won’t send confirmation unless you particularly ask for it... if you have paid, assume you have a place unless you hear otherwise!  We can give receipts at the event.  If you need any more information please ask.  Thanks.

 

Application Form

To: Mrs Sarah Bowley, The Ashcombe School, Dorking, RH4 1LY Urgent queries: 01306 886312

OR, if no time to send form, email info to her: [email protected]

London June Event ; Saturday 11th June 2016, 0930  -1330, SOAS

Name

 

Establishment

 

Work Telephone Number

 

Home Address

 

Home Telephone Number

 

E-mail

 

How did you hear about this event?

 

 

£28 – non-members, (why not join on the day and get £15 refunded?!) £15 – group members,

£10 – members and students who are not paid members; Free: Student members and first-time primary teachers.  Follow this link to join beforehand: http://www.all-languages.org.uk/join/join_us

 

*Please delete as appropriate.

 

I enclose cheque (payable to ALL-LRB) to the value of £__________ as payment for (No.)_________ persons as listed below (BLOCK CAPITALS please):

 

Name _______________________________Member/Group member / Student Non-Member /Student member/ First time primary teacher *

 

Name _______________________________Member/Group member / Student Non-Member /Student member/ First time primary teacher *

 

Name _______________________________Member/Group member / Student Non-Member /Student member/ First time primary teacher *

 

Name _______________________________Member/Group member / Student Non-Member /Student member/ First time primary teacher *

 

 

MEMBERS + GROUP MEMBERS

* I would like to offer to join the committee. Please contact me to discuss what this involves.

* These are issues which I would like to raise: (continue overleaf if necessary)

Please note that we deliberately keep down the cost of courses by subsidising them from ALL funds: we feel that members ought to receive value for the money paid in subscription fees to the Association. Fees charged do not, in any way, reflect the quality of courses offered!

Travel directions web link:

http://www.soas.ac.uk/visitors/location/travel/

 

The ALL London June Event 2016

June 11th 2016, 1000-1330 (Doors open approx. 0930)

 Venue: Brunei Suite, Russell Square Campus, SOAS

School of African and Oriental Studies, University of London, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London, WC1H 0XG, Tel +44 (0) 2076372388  

visit tfl.gov.uk for travel directions or http://www.soas.ac.uk/visitors/location/travel/

Tube: Russell Square (Piccadilly Line) – approx 5 minute walk; Buses: 7, 68, 91, 168 and 188 stop on Russell Square; 10, 24, 29, 73 and 134 stop on Tottenham Court Road (north bound) or Gower Street (south bound)  

We would advise you not to come by private car: parking spaces are scarce and expensive in this area of London. 

 


 

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