Upcoming events at CLERA

In the coming months, CLERA will be hosting a series of public lectures by international visitors, organised in cooperation with ISLS (Institute for the Study of Language and Society):

Translate15 April 2013, 4.30 – 6.00 pm (room MB404D): Professor Birgitta Englund Dimitrova (Stockholm University): Speaking of translation – studying the translation process on the basis of translators’ verbal data

22 May 2013, 4.00 – 5.30 pm (MB404C): Professor Juliane House (Hamburg University): English as a global lingua franca: A threat to multilingualism and translation?

29 May 2013, 4.00 – 5.30 pm (room tbc): Professor Reine Meylaerts (Leuven University): Translation policies compared:  Flanders and Wales

Upcoming CPD events:

CPD Workshop: Teaching Grammar at Key Stage 2
Tuesday 26 March 2013 or Thursday 18 April 2013
This workshop event covers the ground you need to teach pupils in order for them to understand the grammar and grammatical terminology required by the Key Stage 2 grammar test. Through practical, group based exercises, you will gain a grounding in modern approaches to the study of grammar.
Price: £75.00
Target audience: Teachers of Key Stage 2 & Primary Literacy
Click here for more information and to register.

CLILSomething to talk about: Integrating content and language study in higher education
11 June, 2013
This workshop draws on international research to outline the benefits of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) in MFL degrees in UK Higher Education. It provides a platform for sharing practice in subject-specific content teaching through the target language and discussing implications for curriculum design and teacher training.
For more information, and to book a place, go to the HEA website.

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