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The June Event 2008

 

Click here to download the following information + map as a word document

Click here for booking information

Click here for directions

Click here to see a web account of our last event held at the Goethe Institut in June 2006.

 

You are invited to

The ALL London June Event

on

Saturday June 14th 2008 9.30 –1.00

to be held at

The Goethe-Institut

50 Princes Gate, Exhibition Road, London SW7 2PH Tel: 020 7596 4000 

Tube: South Kensington (District, Circle & Piccadilly Line) - approx 10 minute walk 

Buses: 9, 10, 14, 49, 52, 70, 74, 345, C1, Airport Service A1 

£10 - members / Part-time /Associate members (or people who join ALL on the day); 

£15 - group members; £25 - non-members

Outline Programme:

 

09.30

Registration & refreshments **– the friendly committee will be there to welcome you!

10.00

Plenary Helen Myers, Chair of ALL London, Karl Pfeiffer - Director Educational Links, Goethe Institut & Linguascope - our sponsors. Welcome & Introductions.

10.10

Films in the Classroom Mark Reid, Head of Education, British Film Institute, presents some inspiring ideas for using film to bring 'the authentic' into the classroom of all age groups, using examples complementary to those used in his excellent session at the French Institute in March.

ALL members will illustrate how they have put his ideas into practice and show the web page where they share their resources.

11.20 – 11.45

Refreshment break ** Chance to ‘network’ & view information sent from ALL Corporate members, including a CILT stand & award-winning Linguascope

11.45 -12.45

Preparing for the new primary MFL curriculum from the perspective of both primary and secondary teachers. Glynis Rumley, author of the Kent County Council resource PILOTE will summarise the KS2 Framework and QCA schemes of work & suggest some activities for outgoing Y6 and new Y7 coming in to KS3

Language through Culture, Craft and Song with Jan Lewandowski, an independent primary consultant, who will demonstrate and involve us in techniques for exploiting a 'cultural event' for language, ensuring learners, of whatever age, have 'hands-on' involvement!

12.45

Round-upBranch notices / ALL events / issue of INSET certificates

12.55

(Optional!) Meet up on the terrace to appreciate the 1 pm RAF Flypast (in honour of our day + the Queen's official birthday!!) & continue relaxed networking! (Lunch available but this must be booked in advance if required)

& next?

Why not take advantage of this venue to visit the Science / Victoria and Albert museums / Hyde Park, or engage in some retail therapy in Kensington?[your family could go to the Trooping of the Colour during the morning. http://www.ukstudentlife.com/Ideas/Album/TroopingTheColour.htm]

** Refreshments during the morning generously paid for by Linguascope

J COME ALONE, OR BRING YOUR ‘TEAM’ ... YOU WILL ALL BE WELCOME! J

 

 

Booking form

 

As tea / coffee and biscuits will be provided at the start and break, it would be very helpful to know how many people are intending to attend. There are 96 places, and pre-paid booking will guarantee you a place. Preferably, please send in the application form below to Kathleen Merino, along with payment by Friday 6th June to secure you a definite place; otherwise send an email with the information to her, but be aware that you will only get a place after those who have paid in advance. We will publish numbers attending on the home page of the website so that you know how full we are getting!

PLEASE NOTE: To cut down costs and administration time, (as ALL London is run by volunteers) we won’t send confirmation unless you particularly ask for it... assume you have a place if you have paid unless you hear otherwise! If you need any more information please ask. Thanks.

Application Form

To: Mrs Kathleen Merino, 11 Tavistock Road, Edgware, HA8 6DF

OR, if desperate to secure a place and no time now to send form, email info to her, and ensure payment reaches us before 6th June.

[Telephone contact = Mrs Alison Owen, The Ashcombe School: 01306 886312]

London ALL June Event ; Saturday 14th June, 9.30 – 1 pm Goethe Institut

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Establishment

 

Work Telephone Number

 

Home Address

 

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E-mail

 

£10 – members and associate members (NB (1) ALL offers Students and NQTs Associate Membership for free! Fill in the online form here: + (2) there is a lower rate of membership for primary & community language teachers)

£15 – group members,

£25 – non-members, (why not join on the day and get £15 refunded?!)

ADDITIONAL £8 for lunch (sandwiches + fruit/cake + drink) [this MUST be paid for in advance!].

*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 ___________________________________ Associate/Member/Group / Non-Member / with lunch /no lunch

Name ____________________________________Associate/Member/Group / Non-Member / with lunch /no lunch

Name ___________________________________ Associate/Member/Group / Non-Member / with lunch /no lunch

 

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! NQTs and PGCE students: Consider joining to save your pennies (& pounds) / euros (?) later!

 

 

Travel directions

 

The ALL London June Event

June 14th 2008 9.30-1.00

web link for information below: http://www.goethe.de/ins/gb/lon/knt/anf/enindex.htm

 

Goethe-Institut London
50, Princes Gate - Exhibition Road
London SW7 2PH, United Kingdom
Tel. +44 20 75964000
Fax: +44 20 75940240

 

email: [email protected]

web: www.goethe.de/london

 

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

 

Public transport:
Tube: South Kensington (District, Circle and Piccadilly Line)
Buses: 9, 10, 14, 49, 52, 70, 74, 345, C1, Airport Service A1