Sunday, 10 October 2010

The Language Show, Earls court, London, 15-17th October 2010

The Language Show is a free yearly event and will be held 15-17th October 2010 at Earls Court, Old Brompton Road, London SW5 9TA.

This is probably one of the largest events of the year for language teachers with taster language lessons, teacher seminars, world cinema and a large exhibition and much more...

On the Saturday, Joe Dale and Helen Myers will host a Show and Tell during the show ( 4.30 – 5.30) and a social event straight afterwards.

The ALL London Committee has found a function room at The Tournament Pub next to the exhibition venue which will be used for the social event.

To register your interest please sign up on the wiki.

This is a great opportunity to meet languages colleagues and exchange ideas in an informal way. The idea is to get lots of different speakers to talk about lots of different things for about 2 minutes, so no need to be an experienced speaker...

But what if they already know what I am talking about?

Once we know something, we always tend to assume everybody else knows it. Maybe they don’t, maybe they do-and you have just reminded them of it. There is surely nothing wrong with that... so come, be refreshed and inspired and enjoy good company!

More information is also available on the ALL London website

See you on Saturday 16th October!



2 comments:

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IC Jones said...

Dear Maria

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Isabelle