Monthly Archives: March 2019

English In The Nursing Syllabus

WHY SHOULD ENGLISH BE INCLUDED IN THE NURSING SYLLABUS? English is the language currently used for most of the international transactions. English can widen your horizons and help you to deepen your scientific knowledge and create work-related opportunities. CONFERENCES: Most … Continue reading

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Debate: The Right To Privacy VS The Right To Information

Motion: This House Believes That The Right To Privacy Should Supercede The Right To Information. The following is an English version of an article in the September issue of Cuestión de Derechos, written by Privacy International‘s Head of International Advocacy, … Continue reading

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Chile’s Plan Nacional de Inglés “English in English”

  Busca establecer una estrategia de comunicación con principal foco en que las clases de inglés sean en inglés. Hoy el principal problema es que las clases de inglés se hacen en español. I. Objetivo “Que todos los niños de … Continue reading

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SocioEconomic Segregation In Chile: Can Separate Schools For The Rich And The Poor Ever Be Equal?

I recently identified, in “Where Is The Teaching And Learning Of English In Chile Going? Quo Vadis?“, structural inequality as the heart and soul of Chile’s seeming inability to teach English successfully to Chilean students from poor socio-economic backgrounds. I … Continue reading

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