We are pleased to invite you to celebrate with us European Day of Languages 2016. To better celebrate linguistic diversity in Europe and promote language learning, we have organized a full day of activities involving different European languages and cultures.
Our programme of events includes:
- Talks from guests from European Academic World;
- Awarding Ceremony for language Students;
- Dance Show with a selection of European folk dances;
- Buffet dinner;
- Games & Karaoke.
Please confirm your attendance as soon as possible by sending an email response to email@example.com telling how many of you are coming.
We look forward to seeing many of you!
Saturday September 24, Puntolingue School – Associazione Culturale William Shakespeare Piazza Vittorio Veneto, Stazione FS Binario1 – Starting 5pm!!!
Let Shakespeare’s Globe delight you this Sunday with their first ever live-stream event.
Emma Rice’s inaugural production as Artistic Director at Shakespeare’s Globe is to be broadcast around the world for audiences to enjoy for free as part of Shakespeare Lives, the online digital festival co-curated by the BBC and the British Council.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream will be streamed live on this website on Sunday 11 September at 18.30 BST (19.30 Italian Time).
We want to celebrate the European day of Languages throwing a big party with food, music and dance from all over Europe. Please, let us know what you think. If you wish to join the party send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
More details to follow soon.
On April 29th at 4.30 pm, Istituto Tecnico Santa Caterina – Amendola in Salerno will host the great British actor Gary Fordham and his brilliant workshop on Elizabethan Theatre and British Culture.
Gary Fordham has to his credit a vast experience in the fields of theater, films and television. He was a founding member of the Shakespeare Rooftop Theatre Company and has been British Cultural Representative for Disney World, explaining to the New World intriguing and often ignored aspects of English culture. The British actor is now the Director of the cultural program of the British International School that offers European students his lectures during which young people have the opportunity to meet William Shakespeare as he was seen by his contemporaries, a great entertainer able to drag the audience in stories of passion, intrigue, love and power.
The event has been promoted by prof.ssa Patrizia De Bartolomeis and by Dirigente Dott.ssa Annarita Carrafiello in collaboration with prof. Raffaele Nasti from Puntolingue.
At the end of the workshop, a group of teachers, who recently participated in a training stay in Finland with ACLE, will give a brief account of their experience. They will show pictures and videos from the schools they visited and discuss with colleagues the modernity of the Finnish school system and the importance of looking at other countries’ education system to take inspiration for improvements.
April 29th at 4.30 pm, IT Santa Caterina – Amendola, Via Lazzarelli, 12 – 84132 Salerno
Santa Caterina – Amendola