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01/13/2017 at 14:45. Facebook
If you're on a teaching placement abroad, what's the best way to make the most of your time outside the classroom? Faye Briscoe, a language assistant in France, has some tips: [ Britishcouncil.org Link ]

Applications for the 2017-18 British Council English Language Assistants programme are now open and will close on 28 February 2017. Find out more here: [ Goo.gl Link ]

How to make the most of your time abroad when not teaching | British Council

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01/13/2017 at 10:23. Facebook
The third and final event of 'Africa in 2017: Prospects and Forecasts' is in Birmingham on 16 January, discussing what 2017 has in store for Africa.

Find out more and register to attend here: [ Royalafricansociety.org Link ]

In partnership with the Royal African Society.

Africa in 2017: Prospects and Forecasts

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01/12/2017 at 11:38. Facebook
'There's no such thing as a bad teaching placement abroad'

Sam Pollard, who is on our English Language Assistants programme in Mexico right now, explains how to make the most of the experience: [ Britishcouncil.org Link ]

Applications for the 2017-18 British Council English Language Assistants programme are now open and will close on 28 February 2017. Find out more here: [ Goo.gl Link ]

There's no such thing as a bad teaching placement abroad | British Council

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01/11/2017 at 13:41. Facebook
UK higher education institutions (in schools or colleges) - would you like to extend your international outlook?

This is your last chance to register for a live Q&A webinar today at 14:00 - 15.30 UK time that could help you apply to Erasmus+ Country Mobility funding : [ Gotowebinar.com Link ]

Find out more about the funding here: [ Erasmusplus.org.uk Link ]

Key Action 103 Higher Education Programme Countries Application Support Webinar

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01/10/2017 at 15:03. Facebook
Not long to go until Chinese New Year! According to the Chinese Lunar Calendar, this year is the Year of the Rooster and celebrations begin on 28 January.

To celebrate, why not read your students the story of the Rooster - find out where his traditional 'cock a doodle doo' call came from and how he was tricked by the Dragon in the Chinese zodiac race.

To read the story, and for more facts...
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Chinese Language Pack 2017 - Year of the Rooster

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01/10/2017 at 10:59. Facebook
Are you interested in politics?
With the BBC World Service, we bring you a series of debates in capitals across the world in a time of great change. The next debate is in Rome on 11 January. You can sign up here or catch up through the recording on 14 January, just a few days later: [ Britishcouncil.it Link ]

BBC World Questions | Public Debate | British Council

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01/09/2017 at 15:18. Facebook
The second event of 'Africa in 2017: Prospects and Forecasts' is in London on 11 January 2017.

Find out more and register to attend here: [ Royalafricansociety.org Link ]

In partnership with the Royal African Society.

Africa in 2017: Prospects and Forecasts

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01/09/2017 at 10:57. Facebook
For our final article of 2016, we return to whether children should learn about social enterprise:
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Why should children learn about social enterprise? | British Council

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In partnership with the Royal African Society, we present Africa in 2017: Prospects and Forecasts.

This will be a three-city tour of panellists discussing what 2017 has in store for Africa.

The first event is on 10 January in Edinburgh. Find out more and register to attend here: [ Royalafricansociety.org Link ]

Africa in 2017: Prospects and Forecasts

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For our fourth article from 2016, we return to the question: what stops girls in South Asia getting online?
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What stops girls in South Asia getting online? | British Council

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For our third article from 2016, we return to whether we can legislate away sexism:
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Can we legislate away sexism? | British Council

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Schools in England, find out more about the Mandarin Excellence Programme: [ Ow.ly Link ]

In partnership with the Department for Education and Confucius Institute at the UCL Institute of Education, London.
For our second article from 2016, we revisit what Shakespeare can teach us about freedom.
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What can Shakespeare teach us about freedom? | British Council

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To begin 2017, we are going to share a selection of articles from 2016 across all areas of our work.

From July 2016:
Can learning languages help refugees cope?

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Can learning languages help refugees cope? | British Council

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In case you missed it earlier this week, read this interview about trying to master a language that lacks a standard writing system: [ Britishcouncil.org Link ]

How do you learn a language that isn't written down? | British Council

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'Some students think that learning English spelling is an impossible task because they’ve been told that there is no system to English spelling.' From the archive: [ Britishcouncil.org Link ]

Three myths about English spelling | British Council

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Worldwide organisations with projects focusing on the protection of cultural heritage at risk due to conflict, read here to see whether you could be eligible for the Cultural Protection Fund:



In partnership with Department for Culture, Media and Sport.

Cultural Protection Fund | British Council

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