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Events 2017

The European Schoolbooks team have already been busy this year preparing a variety of exhibitions and presentations of many of our newest and bestselling titles in French, German, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese.

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ISMLA Annual National Conference 2017

4th February 2017 - Haberdashers Aske Boys School - 9.15am - 16.15pm

The 2017 conference builds on the success of the excellent Conference at The Manchester Grammar School with a range of talks.

Jocelyn Wyburd, Director of The Language Centre at University of Cambridge and Chair of University Council for Modern Languages, returns to reassess the language learning landscape a year on from her excellent talk.

There is also the usual very wide range of practical talks such as Gloria Visintini giving us insight into the MOOC for Modern Languages and Mary Wenham introducing her school’s new approach to introducing language learning.

We are also pleased to confirm the continuation of the Open Forum which will provide delegates with the chance to share ideas for making the most of school trips.

We particularly want to draw your attention to the specific language sessions this year which, given the interest in alternative courses, will introduce a range of certified courses. These will include introductions to the DELE for Spanish, the DELF for French and the Goethe Zertifikat for German.

There will also be a session delivered by Nick Mair focusing on the FCSE courses for languages. The Main Session this year will be led by James Burch who will share his approach to learning through Target Language.

European Schoolbooks Ltd will be attending the conference with a range of the latest resources from our publishers in French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. We are offering 15% discount on purchases and orders taken during the event. We look forward to seeing you there!

"Unter verbranntem Himmel - Under Charred Skies"

16th February 2017 - European Bookshop - 19.00 - 21.00

We are delighted to welcome Greta Sykes to launch her book "Unter verbranntem Himmel/Under charred skies".

This novel is a celebration of the creativity, culture and resistance of ordinary people during the twenty odd years of Weimar Republic and the Nazi regime. Embedded in the family narrative of Lene, her siblings and parents as well as her friends we experience with them the excitements and tragedies of the time as if we lived in them ourselves. We meet many famous writers and socialists of the time, such as Marianne Brandt, artist at the Bauhaus, Walter Benjamin, poet, Berta von Suttner, Nobel peace price winner.

RSVP / tel. 020-7734-5259

ISMLA ATB Annual Conference

3rd March 2017 - Grammar School at Leeds

European Schoolbooks will be present exhibiting a range of materials for primary and secondary language learning in French, German Italian, Spanish, Russian and Portuguese. We will be offering 15% discount on all orders placed on the day. We look forward to seeing you there!

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