We are happy to inform you that St. Peter’s School will hold the 2nd edition of the conference "Learning Through Language” on the 9th and 10th of March. This year the focus will be : the role of emotion in Language Acquisition.
During the conference we will be focusing on the following areas:
How do we engage our students in other languages? How does emotion affect language acquisition? How do we involve a child’s linguistic background? What makes a successful language learner? How do we deal with linguistic diversity? Can a challenge become a resource? How can we create relevant educational experiences for an increasingly multi-modal environment? How do we best attend to the needs of students who are just beginning to acquire a new language?
Why do we organise this conference?
Linguistic diversity in the classroom is a reality for many teachers in a variety of settings. How to address the issues that arise depends largely upon the skills and expertise of the professionals who are engaged in day-to-day practice.
Within a complex global society, traditional views on language teaching are under review at all levels of the educational establishment. This conference aims to create a forum in which to share different approaches and aspects of classroom practice. The intention is that educators can draw upon examples of successful learning experiences, in order to reflect upon and find meaningful responses for their own particular contexts.
The conference is officially recognised by the Ministry of Education. Recognised credits: 10 hours (1 credit)
Come and join us on the 9th and 10th of March. Together we would like to contribute to the improvement and innovation in teaching through language.
Please find attached the brochure of the conference.
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Joan Rovira | Joint Ventures Manager
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