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The Glottodrama method. Teaching foreign languages by Drama

Glottocinema: Italian language through Cinema

Project Management for Erasmus +

New In Service Training Courses for teachers!

2014 -2020

The European Commission has launched  the new programme for Education, Training and Youth starting in January 2014: ERASMUS +.
Erasmus +  replaces the Lifelong Learning Programme and also its actions Comenius and Grundtvig: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus.
Some important changes have been introduced with the action K1 addressed  to training and mobility of teachers. The main change is the new procedure to get a grant and attend an In Service Training  Course or Event abroad (IST).

Highlights

International Conference on Performing Arts in Language Learning – Rome 23/24 October 2014.

Auditorium of the International Campus San Domenico

English for your Career

What is Glottodrama©?

A highly innovative teaching method conceived by a simple but successful principle, to teach foreign languages through acting. Three projects funded by the European Union, seven years of experimentation and scientific testing that involved hundreds of students and teachers, two international conferences, 18 publications in 9 languages. These are the figures of Glottodrama. A development work that led the way to a growing success also testified by two European Language Label awarded to Glottodrama, a seal of excellence granted by the European Union to best innovations in language teaching. Today the Glottodrama method is adopted by universities and language schools in eight European countries.

The Glottodrama Academy

The Glottodrama Academy puts together a network of partners operating in 8 European countries: Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Romania, Greece, Turkey and Bulgaria. The Academy offers a permanent programme of language courses and seminars for teachers all year round: www.glottodrama.eu. Choose in the catalogue the suitable course for you and apply in writing to the organizing institution.

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