ALLnet 22 Oct 2014

Looking for the Northern Hemisphere’s top language department and student

 

The Language Perfect Northern   Championships 2014

The search is on for the top language student and languages department in the northern hemisphere… https://start.languageperfect.com/northern-championships.html

The Association for Language Learning and ALL Corporate Member Language Perfect, the team who run the annual Language Perfect World Championships are hosting this new event in November for schools in the northern hemisphere. iPads, skateboards and laptops are part of the $10,000 prize pool. As official UK partner in the competition, ALL would like schools across the country to take part and do us proud!

The competition:

The Championships will be ONLINE and LIVE, students compete from computers and iPod/Android apps. Teachers can watch the scoreboards for up-to-the-minute updates on how their school and students are going. Maybe your school will become the champions in 2014?
For Junior, Middle and Senior / Primary and Secondary students.

For ALL members:

First 100 schools: The first 100 schools to register will be able to include all of their language students for £250 total.

Partner Codes: Schools who use our special Partner Code “ALL” as their registration code will get 50 free entries (entry £3 per student). We’ll have a special scoreboard for ALL schools too.

Registration:

Don’t forget to register at: https://start.languageperfect.com/northern-championships.html.

When:

03-13 November 2014

Where:

Across the whole Northern Hemisphere!
Languages included:

EAL/ESOL | French | Chinese | German | Spanish | Arabic | Greek | Indonesian | Italian | Bahasa Malay | Japanese | Maori |  Latin | Russian

Further information:

Find out more at: https://start.languageperfect.com/northern-championships.html.

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FIPLV exists for the worldwide support, development and promotion of languages through professional associations. We are active in over 100 countries and cover several hundred thousand teachers of languages worldwide.
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