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Language World conference and exhibition 2005

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The Association for Language Learning is delighted to announce that the 2005 Language World conference and exhibition will take place at the University of Kent at Canterbury between 1-3 July.

The University's main campus covers 300 acres and is just over a mile from Canterbury's city centre, which has excellent transport links - London is only 90 minutes away by rail.

The theme for Language World 2005 is 'Creating opportunities', and there will be a wide range of talks, workshops and plenary sessions on the latest developments and innovations in language teaching to keep you fully informed on all that's happening in the world of languages. Alongside the conference will be the UK's largest exhibition of language teaching resources and equipment, running on 1-2 July. A full programme for the event will be available in spring 2005.

Here are some comments from delegates at this year's Language World conference:
I just loved every minute of it
At a time when languages are under threat in KS4, gone in KS5 in many schools, the Language World conference is essential not least to re-motivate the standard FL teacher
Thank you everyone for another excellent three days. I feel I get full value from all the sessions; a real re-charging of batteries and raising of morale
I found the whole event very friendly, supportive and the advice and help I received are much appreciated
I have really enjoyed this conference. Thank you very much
The venue proved ideal and the event exceeded expectations

1-3 July 2005, University of Kent at Canterbury - don't forget to put these dates in your diary. A full programme for Language World will be available in spring 2005. If you'd like to receive a copy, please email your postal address to Sheila James

For information on the Language World exhibition, please visit the website of the exhibition organisers, Educational Events. For information on the winner of the 2004 book prize at Language World visit