Docstoc

COMMITTEE FOR FOREIGN ASSISTANTS IN WEST YORKSHIRE

Document Sample
COMMITTEE FOR FOREIGN ASSISTANTS IN WEST YORKSHIRE Powered By Docstoc
					                     COMMITTEE FOR FOREIGN ASSISTANTS IN WEST YORKSHIRE
                                http://www.leeds.ac.uk/smlc/FLAs.htm
                     School of Modern Languages and Cultures – University of Leeds

                                             PROGRAMME OF ACTIVITIES
                                               SECOND TERM 2008-2009
JANUARY:


Wed. 28th


11.00-12.00   Language Classes
              Location: Marjorie and Arnold Ziff Building
13.00-14.00   Workshop: Richard Bueno Hudson. Academic Director of the Instituto Cervantes in Manchester and Leeds.
              How to Prepare Listening Comprehension Activities Effectively.
              Location: Civil Engineering Lecture Theatre A (Woodhouse Lane, no. 49 on Campus Map)
FEBRUARY:


Wed. 4th


11.00-12.00   Language Classes
              Location: Marjorie and Arnold Ziff Building
13.00-15.00   Film: 1999 East is East
              Location: Civil Engineering Lecture Theatre A (Woodhouse Lane, no. 49 on Campus Map)


Sat. 7th      Visit to Liverpool (Capital of Culture 2008!). See further details on website and « tear off » registration slip on
              information sheet)


Wed 11th


11.00-12.00   Language Classes
              Location: Marjorie and Arnold Ziff Building.
13.00-14.00   Workshop: Richard Bueno Hudson. Academic Director of the Instituto Cervantes in Manchester and Leeds.
              Learning Languages: How to deal with different levels of linguistic competence in the same language
              classroom.
              Location: Civil Engineering Lecture Theatre A (Woodhouse Lane, no. 49 on Campus Map)


                                                         16 Feb – 20 Feb
                                  HALF-TERM IN SCHOOLS. No activities at the University.

Tues 24th     Pancake Evening in ILKLEY, organised by the WGC, Wharfedale German Circle: Please note that all the WGC are open to
              all Language Assistants regardless of their mother tongue. For further information consult our website.

Wed 25th


11.00-12.00   Language Classes
              Location: Marjorie and Arnold Ziff Building
13.00-14.30   Workshop: Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. Participation and Motivation in the Language Classroom.
              Location: Civil Engineering Lecture Theatre A (Woodhouse Lane, no. 49 on Campus Map)
Sat. 28th     Visit to Bradford. See further details on website and « tear off » registration slip on information sheet.
MARCH:


Wed 4th


11.00-12.00       Language Classes. Location: Marjorie and Arnold Ziff Building
12.30-13.30       Activity: Clare Leach. Becoming a Reflective Practitioner.
                  Location: Roger Stevens Lecture Theatre 11 - RSLT 11 (no. 89 on Campus Map)

Wed 11th


11.00-12.00       Language Classes. Location: Marjorie and Arnold Ziff Building
13.00-14.00       Lecture: John McLeod. Reader in Postcolonial and Diaspora Literatures at the School of English of the
                  University of Leeds. “The writing of Caryl Phillips: migration, diaspora, Leeds”.
                  Location: Rogers Stevens Lecture Theatre 25 - RSLT 25 (no 89 on Campus Map)
14.00-16.00       Film: 2002 Dirty Pretty Things
                  Location: Rogers Stevens Lecture Theatre 25 - RSLT 25 (no 89 on Campus Map)

Sat 14th          Visit to Bolton Abbey organised by the WGC, Wharfedale German Circle: Please note that all the WGC are open to all
                  Language Assistants regardless of their mother tongue. For further information consult our website.

Wed 18th


11.00-12.00       Language Classes. Location: Marjorie and Arnold Ziff Building


12.30-13.30       Lecture: Clare Leach, Widening Participation Officer, School of Modern Languages, University of Leeds.
                  “Your Role in the Government’s Widening Participation Agenda”.
                  Location: Roger Stevens Lecture Theatre 11 - RSLT 11 (no. 89 on Campus Map)




                                                           Easter Vacation
APRIL

Wed 22nd


11.00-12.00       Language Classes. Location: Marjorie and Arnold Ziff Building
13.00-14.30       Video screening-lecture: Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. “A comedy perspective on Contemporary British
                  Society:   Little    Britain,    The    Office,   Catherine    Tate     and   the    League of Gentlemen”.
                  Location: Civil Engineering Lecture Theatre A (Woodhouse Lane, no. 49 on Campus Map)

Sat 25th-Sun 26th Trip to Edinburgh organised by the WGC, Wharfedale German Circle: Please note that all the WGC events are open to all
                  Language Assistants regardless of their mother tongue. For further information consult our website.

Wed 29th


11.00-12.00       Language Classes. Location: Marjorie and Arnold Ziff Building

13.00-14.00       Lecture: Nicky Bray. “A musical exploration of motivations for non-native language use by local Leeds
                  bands.”
                  Location: Civil Engineering Lecture Theatre A (Woodhouse Lane, no. 49 on Campus Map)
MAY

Wed 6th
11.00-12.00       Language Classes. Location: Marjorie and Arnold Ziff Building

13.00-14.00       Lecture: Clare Leach. “Routes into teaching in the UK”.
                  Location: Civil Engineering Lecture Theatre A (Woodhouse Lane, no. 49 on Campus Map)

19.00-22.30       Farewell Party with live music in the Library Pub.

Sun 17th          Bye-Bye Barbecue organised by the WGC, Wharfedale German Circle: Please note that all the WGC events are open to all
                  Language Assistants regardless of their mother tongue. For further consult our website.

				
DOCUMENT INFO
Shared By:
Categories:
Tags:
Stats:
views:21
posted:2/28/2010
language:English
pages:2