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This engaging and motivating DVD was produced by the lead institution of the Yorkshire and Humber consortium for Routes into Languages, The University of Hull, in collaboration with the Regional Language Network Yorkshire & Humber (RLNYH). It aims to raise awareness of the importance of studying a language in today’s competitive environment, as many employers argue that languages are key to successful business activities in today’s global economy.
This original and motivating DVD was produced collaboratively by the partner institutions which make up the Routes into Languages Yorkshire and The Humber consortium. This unique DVD tackles the myths surrounding language learning and delves into the world of Language Student Ambassadors as they explain why languages are important for them and their future careers.
Die Mauer – The Berlin Wall – literally divided Germany after WWII. This exciting German resource tackles this post-war phenomenon and students delve into this unique period of history, learning from the experiences of people who lived through it. To order your copy please email or ring 01482 465862
Holding a Foreign Language Tourist Fair is a great way to get pupils using a foreign language in a real-life context.  
Eurofest - Languages for Life
After the success of the Active Languages project which took place in 2009, the schools involved complied their resources and produced case studies in order to enable other schools to put together similar events.
This is Routes into Languages third webinar exploring how a knowledge of languages is useful in business. Watch our panelists, Bernardette Holmes, Diane Appleton, Lizzie Fane and Raquel Fernandez-Sanchez talk about languages, employability and careers.
led by the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London (SOAS), in partnership with the University of Stirling The aim of this study is to map provision for community languages in Higher Education, with the intention of:
Conducted by the University of Westminster School of Social SciencesHumanitites and Languages
Introduction Conducted by the University of Leeds Key contact Prof Pauline Kneale Lead investigator White Rose CETL Enterprise University of Leeds email: tel: The project is designed with three aims:
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General Generation game (326 KB) Who wants to be a millionaire (1.59 MB)
Event evaluation questionnaires Event evaluation questionnaire submiited by North East consortium (181 KB)
Website guides A guide to creating a news item (28 KB) A guide to creating an event (28 KB)
Style guide and templates Style guide (388 KB) PowerPoint template (441 KB)   Logos
TEACHERS' NOTES (for guidance on using the materials below) La Copa Mundial: World Cup Flags Days and dates: Calendario Saints Calendarios y resultados
Cover sheet TEACHER'S NOTES: La Coupe du Monde La Coupe du Monde (World Cup flags) TEACHER'S NOTES: Personal Information