Routes into Languages e-bulletin April 2014

Date: 9th April 2014

Dear languages enthusiast

Welcome to the Routes into Languages e-bulletin for April.

Read the latest news and look at the range of events available in your area.

Kind regards

The Routes into Languages Team

Routes into Languages e-bulletin March 2014

Date: 6th March 2014

Dear Languages enthusiast

Welcome to the Routes e-bulletin for March 2014 !

Read all about the latest news and events in your area.

Kind regards

The Routes into Languages team

Routes into Languages e-bulletin - January 2014

Date: 13th January 2014

Dear languages enthusiast

Best wishes for 2014 !

Welcome to the Routes into Languages e-bulletin for January. Have a look at the range of events and read up on the latest news from the regions. 

The Routes into Languages team

 Routes into Languages
@routesintolangs
www.routesintolanguages.ac.uk

 

Routes into Languages e-bulletin - December 2013

Date: 9th December 2013

Dear languages enthusiast

Welcome to the Routes into Languages e-bulletin for December.

Read up on the latest news from the regions.  Have a look at the range of events available: click on the links to find out more and book.

Best wishes

The Routes into Languages team

Routes into Languages | University of Southampton | Avenue Campus |AP3|  Highfield | Southampton | SO17 1BJ 
Tel: 023 8059 9413  |  Fax: 023 8059 4815
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Routes into Languages e-bulletin - November 2013

Date: 8th November 2013

Dear languages enthusiast

Welcome to the Routes into Languages e-bulletin for November.  Have a look at the range of events available below and read up on the latest news.

The Routes into Languages team
Routes into Languages 
@routesintolangs 
www.routesintolanguages.ac.uk

     

NATIONAL

A message from LAGB, the Linguistics Association of Great Britain: 

This is an invitation to register yourself online as an enthusiast for linguistics in school. I'm using every relevant mailing list that I can think of, so I'm afraid you may get multiple copies - if so, I'm sorry but it probably means that you are an enthusiast, so I hope you won't mind.
As I'm sure you're aware, the Education Committee of the LAGB and CLIE (the Committee for Linguistics in Education) have been working for some decades to build bridges between academic linguistics and our schools, but a number of recent developments in schools have brought significant progress. One of the main challenges, of course, is that most teachers haven't been trained in linguistics, so we're keen to find all those teachers who do have such training, even if it's only a small amount and long ago. Another challenge is that although many linguists in HE are
enthusiastic about bringing linguistics into schools, few of us have experience of teaching in schools and we all struggle to keep up with school developments; so we're also keen to find who these HE enthusiasts are. Hence the online register to find all enthusiasts, whether school teachers or HE linguists.
It contains just 12 questions (including your name and email address), and you can keep the answers as short as you want. Its main function will be to provide a mailing list that we can use for occasional mailings either to update you on recent developments, or to invite volunteers for projects. Please register, and expect a mailing in the next week or so. Best wishes, Dick Hudson  (LAGB)

 

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