Daily Archives: October 3, 2012

New Study from Europe: When Teachers & Students Speak English in the Classroom

In Chile, every time we survey students we find out something that surprises nobody. It is related to teaching English, in English. As you can imagine, it is a good idea to teach English, in English. First, here is the … Continue reading

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SIMCE 2012: Buscamos examinadores

See on Scoop.it – UnConference: The Conference That’s Not A Conference “INGEMAS, es una empresa de servicios integrales de logística y operaciones, dedicada a la asesoría, diseño, implementación y gestión de procesos, destacando su experiencia en la gestión.   Estimado(a) … Continue reading

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¡nuevo! Postulaciones disponibles ESC 2013 • English Camps

See on Scoop.it – Unconference EdcampSantiago English Summer Camps 2013 Bienvenido a los English Summer Camps 2013. El próximo verano, nuestros Camps estarán enfocados a Gente y Celebridades, donde ustedes serán los(as) protagonistas. El lema … See on edcampsantiago.wordpress.com

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La Araucanía realizó su Final Regional de la Competencia Public Speaking

See on Scoop.it – Unconference EdcampSantiago La Araucanía realizó su Final Regional de la Competencia Public Speaking Fuente: Mineduc – Programa Inglés Abre Puertas (PIAP) La ganadora de la jornada fue la estudiante Yamila Burgos Quezad… See on edcampsantiago.wordpress.com

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Spotlight on the CEFR & the European Commission on Languages & Language Teaching

“One of the CEFR’s objectives is to encourage modern language teaching professionals to think about their practices.” “The Council of Europe’s Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) is now regularly mentioned when the subject of modern languages crops … Continue reading

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