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EPALE viert de Europese Dag van de Talen 2016!

26/09/2016
door Karine Nicolay
Taal: NL
Document available also in: EN DE RO IT SV MT HU SL FR ET FI PL CS ES LT

 

Op 26 september 2016 vieren we de Europese Dag van de Talen om de aandacht te trekken op de enorm rijke Europese taaldiversiteit, de voordelen van een nieuwe taal te leren en meertalig te zijn. Door de verregaande globalisering krijgen we steeds vaker te maken met vreemde talen. In Londen alleen al bijvoorbeeld worden ongeveer 300 talen gesproken. Volwassenen die een nieuwe taal leren verhogen niet alleen hun kansen op een nieuwe job. Ze houden ook hun brein fit en leren heel wat bij over andere culturen. Een nieuwe taal leren is natuurlijk ook erg belangrijk voor de maatschappelijke integratie van mensen die in een ander land gaan wonen.

 

 

Om de Europese dag van de talen te vieren, organiseert EPALE een discussie (in het Engels) onder leiding van polyglot Alex Rawlings en de thematische EPALE-coördinator voor kwaliteit, Andrew McCoshan. Doe mee en deel jouw ervaring en tips als taalleerkracht of -begeleider van volwassenen. Leer van experts en discussieer mee met je collega's.

Klik hier voor meer informatie over de discussie en over hoe je kan deelnemen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alle EPALE-teams in Europa bundelden de krachten en verzamelden interessante case studies, prikkelende blog posts en handige materialen over een taal (aan)leren in de volwasseneneducatie. Bezoek onze themapagina over Languages met alle items over dit onderwerp. Tip: verander je taalkeuze op de EPALE-homepage, want de inhoud van deze pagina verandert per taal. Selecteer daarvoor de gewenste taal in de dropdown lijst rechts bovenaan de webpagina.

 

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