YELL network partners

YELL Network – Members


1

Bayerischer Volkshochschulverband e. V.

Association of adult education

Germany

 

Christine Loibl

www.vhs-bayern.de

 

As head of the language department at the Association of adult education in Germany, Bavaria I'm interested in disseminating the results and good practice to our members (Volkshochschulen in Bavaria).

2

Youth centre Haskovo

Enterprise of Haskovo municipality

Bulgaria

 

Teodora Georgieva

www.yc-haskovo.org

 

We promote the learning of foreign languages among the young people outside of formal education. This activity consists in offering a variety of attractive and interesting ways of learning by organizing and implementing of diferent cultural, social and sport activities together with our EVS volunteers from Germany and France.Youth centre Haskovo was established 11 years ago and gained long-term experience in the development and management of projects, directed to young people. We are also experienced on international projects, some of the programs on which we participate are Youth in action and Dafne III.

3

Veni Arnaoudova

private

Bulgaria

 

Veni Arnaoudova

 

 

I provide clases in English as a foreign language to people at diferent age. At my work I use systems of Cambridge and am pleased with them. Would be happy to share experience with colleagues from other countries, and also to get to know new practices collected with YELL Project.

4

Follow up service, Thomas nilsen

Second chance school

Norway

 

Thomas Nilsen

http://www.oppfolgingstjenesten.rogfk.no/

 

interested in this project

5

University of Valladolid General Foundation

Higher Education

Spain

 

Jesús Boyano

www.funge.uva.es

 

Partner of YELL project.

6

Steliyana Dulkova

Freelance Teacher

Bulgaria

 

Steliyana Dulkova

azuchabalgarski.blogspot.com

 

I am a language teacher, teaching English to Bulgarians and Bulgarian to foreigner, currently focusing mainly on the second one. I like exchanging experience with colleagues and learning any new tips and methods that can make the teaching process more fun both for the students and for the teacher.

7

De Horizon

Language project

Belgium

 

Annelies Peeters

 

 

We teach Dutch to foreigh speaking children in Brussels.We were selected as "Good Practice" project by Hasselt University because of our CLIL teaching method, based on the Common European Framework of Reference.

8

Careers Europe

Careers Guidance

United Kingdom

 

Katie Peyton-Lister

www.careerseurope.co.uk

 

 

9

Unity Language Centre - Bulgaria

Language Centre

Bulgaria

 

Elena Kamenova

www.unity-centre.org

 

English language training
Bulgarian lessons for foreigners

10

Lila Angelova

Freelance Teacher

Bulgaria

 

Lila Angelova

azuchabalgarski.blogspot.com

 

I am relatively new to teaching :) I started teaching English to 5-6 year old kids at a kindergarten 2 years ago. I really enjoy it and will be glad if we can share some tips and experience.

11

ZAEDNO - COMMUNICATION FOR SUPPORT & DEVELOPMENT

FOUNDATION

Bulgaria

 

Natalia Jivkova

www.zaedno.net

 

We work with young people and volunteers from different countries. We consider learning foreign languages really necessary for the young people nowadays and think that different possiblities to acquire even basic language skills is motivating and useful in the dynamic time we live in. We are interested in the project's products and hope to find people from similar organizations and establish contacts with them.

12

Elena Ivanova Anastasova

 

Bulgaria

 

Elena Anastasova

http://www.facebook.com/home.php?ref=home#!/elena.anastasova

 

interested in the project

13

Nina Zhisheva

Private

Bulgaria

 

Nina Zhisheva

 

 

My personal belief is that knowing different languges makes our path to different cutures, which makes us richer and the planet a better place. It is a honour to me to be a part of that network

14

Vista Language School

private school

Bulgaria

 

Antoaneta Pophlebarova

 

 

we are a language school and have projects in the field of non-formal learning

15

USAID Competetitvness Project

Non-governmental

F.Y.R.O.M. (Macedonia)

 

Visar Ademi

www.mcp.org.mk

 

We are interested in the project's activities and outcomes in the countries where implemented. We are interested for the opportunity of multiplication or implementation in the future by us or our partners of such kind of project in our country.

16

Krastina Paunova

private

Bulgaria

 

Krastina Paunova

 

 

I believe that learning foreign languages can be very usefull nowadays and in the future. So I am currently studying German and English at high-school. I want to receive more information in order to improve my learning skills.

17

Penta College CSG Jacob van Liesveldt

Secondary school

Netherlands

 

Kevin Schuck

www.jl.penta.nl

 

Bilingual (English/Dutch) teacher and curriculum coordinator, CLIL teacher trainer and workshop leader, International Baccalaureate Workshop leader and Collaborator on writing the Language A Language and Literature course and teacher support Materials. Comenius Multilateral school partnerships project leader (7 Schools). IB and CLIL workshop leadere and teacher trainer for the European Platform

18

Rosemarijn Claes

private

Belgium

 

rosemarijn Claes

 

 

interested person

19

Volkshochschule Olching e.V.

Adult Education Centre

Germany

 

Helene Sajons

www.vhs-olching.de

 

conclusion of different Grundtvig learning partnerships

20

Fundación General de la Universidad de Valladolid

Foundation

Spain

 

Verónica de la Cruz

www.funge.uva.es

 

Project partner

21

Lorenza Noto

private

Italy

 

Lorenza Noto

 

Promoting the importance of language learnings which can be adapted to be integrated in other social, cultural and sporting activities for young people in Torino city, Italy.

22

Smartkids Cyprus

Language Activity Center

Cyprus

 

Mert Balin

www.smartkidscyprus.com

I attended to the final seminar in Bologna and made a presentation about creative explorers content.

23

Association Mackenzie

Non profit

Bulgaria

 

Petya Petrova

www.mackenzie.dir.bg

Languages are one of the competences that youth definitely need to be able to adequately answer the needs of the labour market of today.
Having realised that, our organisation has put the emphasis on youth exchanges, which we see a pleasant way of learning. We also hold seminars and translation workshops to promote language learning in an informal environment.

24

NC Future now

Non-governmental

Bulgaria

 

Teodor Vasilev

www.gudevica.org

 

NC Future now 2006 has successful long term experience in the field of non-formal
education. We are developing ans emplementing educational programs for kids, youths and adults in global education prespective. Our Future Friendly School model will transform the existing school sistem. We are using suggestopaedia methodology wich is prove by Unesco like "The best methodology to teach languages in the World".

25

Mark Braceley

Careers Advice

United Kingdom

 

Mark Braceley

www.careerseurope.co.uk

Motivate language learning

26

Rachel Percy

Careers Organisation

United Kingdom

 

Rachel Percy

 

Project assistant at Careers Europe

27

Mary Smith

School

United Kingdom

 

Mary Smith

 

 

Interested in the project. I am a language teacher

28

Research Liaison Office of the University of Iceland

Public service

Iceland

 

Dora Stefansdottir

http://euroguidance.is/

 

Contacts to Icelandic guidance counsellors

29

Mona Dierfeld

 

Germany

 

Mona Dierfeld

 

 

I am an English and German teacher and work for an adult education centre and offer trainings and lessons for private persons and learners of any age. I am also a translator with a business of my own. YELL is a very interesting source for new ideas in my language lessons.

30

Anne Jongedijk

private

Netherlands

 

Anne Jongedijk

 

 

teaching English to young adults

31

Aspire-i

Foundation Learning

United Kingdom

 

Laura

www.aspire-i.com

 

Interested in how project could be useful for sharing good practice and Quality Improvement

32

Ariane Sailer

secondary education

Germany

 

Ariane Sailer

 

 

I am an EFL and FLE teacher (English/ French) working in Germany / Bavaria. As I am interested in all kinds of effective and/ or new methods of teaching foreign languages I would like to join. Thank you for your kind reply.

33

EUROGUIDANCE Flanders

NGO

Belgium

 

Jozef Vanraepenbusch

http://www.euroguidance.be

 

Learning languages and mobility are strongly interconnected

34

Aspire-i

Social Enterprise

United Kingdom

 

Lynn Lockhead

www.aspire-i.com

 

Supporting young people 16-18 to progress on to Apprenticeship provision

35

Essex Prep

College Prep and Education Consultations

Bulgaria

 

Tsvetina Kamenova

www.essexprep.com

 

 

36

GIP CARIF OREF Auvergne

Euroguidance centre

France

 

Marlène Tourret

www.formationauvergne.com

 

 

37

International Programme Office

College Prep and Education Consultations

Sweden

 

Nina Ahlroos

nina.ahlroos@programkontoret.se

 

International mobility of young people

38

Anglo American School of Sofia

school

Bulgaria

 

Elitsa Kostova

www.aas-sofia.org

 

Language Teaching and Language Curriculum Development

39

Nurdan Unalan-Euroguidance Turkey

public

Turkey

 

Nurdan Unalan

http://euroguidance.iskur.gov.tr

 

We are advising the students and job seekers importance of the knowing a foreign language.

40

Language Education and Partnerships Ltd

Language learning and professional development centre

United Kingdom

 

Emilia Quaranta

www.leaponline.eu

 

We support language teaching and learning across all sectors of education.

41

De Waaier

Brede school

Belgium

 

Nadia Berhmoun

nberhmoun@stgillis.irisnet.be

 

Since february 2011 we started in the municipality of Saint-Gilles a 'Brede school'- 'school- large' project called 'De Waaier', with the aim to increase the development chances of children.
From our environment analysis we can conclude that the municipality of Saint-Gilles is one of the poorest and most multicultural municipalities of the Brussels Capital Region. There is a strong representation of the following nationalities: Moroccan, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, Greek and Polish. These demographic characteristics also translate to the pupil population of the two Dutch primary schools of Saint-Gilles. With the result t hat these children don't speak Dutch at home or after school. In this context, almost all pupils experience the Dutch language as an instruction language which brings that there is a growing group of students with language impairment. This results in poor school results, in demotivation (school fatigue), in a disruption of the school and in a further life with unequal opportunities. Our aim is to help these children in their development by organising activities to encourage the use of the Dutch language. Our method of working is in partnership with several organizations. We want to create a network from existing quality initiatives with partner organizations and extend it to other partners. The emphasis will be placed on encouraging the Dutch language as leisuretime. We offer after-school activities in which children learn about various forms of sports, language, art and culture. The school-wide project is so dominated by the leisure of children and young people where they can ha ve fun, develop ... by offering a variety of activities.
We have already developped several language activities. One of these activities is 'Allemaal acteur/tous acteurs'. During this activity we teach children theater techniques for becomming an actor. Above this we encourage the children to use the Dutch language in a more playful manner. This is also our aim of our project.

42

Lakeland Languages

Freelance language tuition

United Kingdom

 

Helen Tucker

www.lakelandlanguages.co.uk

 

After-school classes in French and Spanish; involved with Brownies in UK and trying to establish links with scout groups in Lozere, France

43

Rise Park Primary School

Primary School

United Kingdom

 

Sandra Blakesley

www.riseparkprimaryschool.co.uk

 

Promotion of languages

44

Chellaston Junior School

Junior School

United Kingdom

 

Helen Guyatt

www.cjs.derby.sch.uk

 

Promote and teach languages

45

Bridges

Global Education Centre

United Kingdom

 

Sylvia Ruxton

www.bridgesglobal.org.uk

 

Promotion of intercultural teaching and learning

46

Sandwell Local Authority (Sandwell Primary)

Primary school

United Kingdom

 

Helen Staninstreet

 

Promotion of Spanish teaching

47

Spanish Embassy Department of Education

Embassy (Educational Department)

Spain

 

Maria Justo

 

We promote the teaching and learning of Spanish

48

Lowes Wong Junior School Southwell

Junior School

United Kingdom

 

Carole Dorling

www.loweswong-jun.notts.sch.uk

 

Language Teaching

49

Portland Primary School

Primary School

United Kingdom

 

Sarah Pogson

 

Teaching languages

50

Mellers Primary School

Primary School

United Kingdom

 

Aurelie Guinard

www.mellersprimary.co.uk

 

Teaching languages in school

51

LSE

Local Authority

United Kingdom

 

Mary Tully

www.northamptonshire.gov.uk/en/councilservices/educationandlearning/pages/default.aspx

 

Languages Teaching and Learning support and advice

52

Networks for Languages East Midlands (Nottingham Trent University)

University

United Kingdom

 

Clodagh Cooney

www.ntu.ac.uk/networkforlanguages

 

At Network for Languages East Midlands we offer the very best professional development, support, training and networking opportunities for language teachers in primary and secondary schools, colleges and other organisations across the region

53

Harpole Primary School

Primary School

United Kingdom

 

Angela Brandwood

www.harpoleprimary.co.uk

 

Promoting language and intercultural understanding

54

Campion School and Language

Secondary School

United Kingdom

 

Alison Johns

www.campion.northants.sch.uk

 

Support and promote language teaching and learning

55

Rantakylän koulu

Primary school

Finland

 

Antti Ikonen

 

 

56

Think Languages

Teacher

United Kingdom

 

Katie Scott

www.facebook.com/pages/Think-Languages/461577053871723

 

I teach languages to all! Young and old and I also train teachers how to teach languages in the primary classroom.

57

Read School

School

United Kingdom

 

Ruth Ainley

www.readschool.co.uk

 

Innovative language learning; set up languages blog, cultural visits and 2 x exchange programmes set up this year; ensuring languages permeate all aspects of the curriculum

58

Sharon Bird

Teacher of Primary Languages Spanish + French and Adult Tutor

United Kingdom

 

Sharon Bird

-

 

Will promote YELL and share resources

59

Evren Erten

 

Turkey

 

Evren Erten

-

 

I am trying to enable my students, at the age of 15, to use and enjoy their target language by asking questions on different topics including history, literatüre, languages, culture, etc to the other students and the staff at our school during break times.

60

Inci Önderli

 

Turkey

 

Inci Önderli

 

I'm an English teacher and I always follow new methods and techniques in teaching English for my students. I think YELL2 is a chance for me so i will follow YELL2.

61

Sedef Ahuoglu

 

Turkey

 

Sedef Ahuoglu

 

I work as a French Instructor at the Izmir University of Economics in the School of Foreign Languages. I develop pedagogical materials for different levels and am responsible for oral exam evaluations. Additionally, I have developed a course which enables learning French as a foreign language through drama.

62

Keele University

 

UK

 

Kate Smith

www.keele.ac.uk

 

I am a teacher educator working on the Secondary and Primary PGCE programmes at Keele. I train language teachers for secondary and run a primary specialism module fro primary. I also teach part time in a primary and secondary school.

63

A.M Int Project Coordinator

 

COUNTRY

 

Anna Maderner

www.projektsamordnare.n.nu

 

Interested in meeting new partners/colleagues for new projects and co-operations.

64

Anita Patel (independent)

 

 

 

Anita Patel

 

Primary teacher - French

65

Beverley Matthews (independent)

 

UK

 

Beverley Matthews

 

Primary teacher - French

66

Charlotte Cowan (independent)

 

UK

 

Charlotte Cowan

 

 

MFL teaching

67

IZMIR SEV ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL

 

Turkey

 

CEYDA ÖZKAVALCIOGLU ÖZEREN

 

Promoting and coordinating foreign language learning activities through various projects on the national and international platform.

68

Sneinton C of E Primary

 

UK

 

Gemma Joyce

sneintoncofeprimaryschool.weebly.com/contact-us.html

 

Teacher of languages

69

Sandwell Authority

 

UK

 

Helen Stanistreet

 

Teaching Spanish in primary schools

70

Izmir University of Economics

 

Turkey

 

Huyla Eser

sevinc.mesbah@ieu.edu.tr

 

 

71

Novacultur S.r.l, Glottodrama

 

Italy

 

Carlo Nofri

www.glottodrama.eu/

 

The GlottoDrama project was born from the recognition of national and international experience in the application of theatre to language teaching. The core of the project has been the creation, experimentation and scientific formalization of a methodology for foreign language teaching through theatrical resources able to clearly point out theoretical principles, application rules and learning goals.

72

 

Turkey

 

Irfan CELIK

 

I am applying for a YELL2 Conference in UK.

73

Freelance Solutions

 

UK

 

John Connor

www.freelance-solutions.net

 

Training in pedagogy and methodology for non-specialist teachers of languages to children in the 7-11 age range (and sometimes younger!)

74

Ivanhoe College

 

UK

 

L Hands

www.ivanhoe.co.uk/

 

MFL teaching

75

Ludmila Uermilova (independent)

 

Ukraine

 

Ludmila Uermilova

www.facebook.com/ludmila.uermilova

 

I've been a freelance teacher for almost 7 years, and my scientific and practical interest lies in teaching people who belong to social minorities and are different from others - people with mental conditions, of different sexual orientation, interests and characters. Though we are speaking about equality all over the world, in Ukraine this topic is still a thing to think about and deal with. And teaching people with special needs requires special skills and attitude. That\'s why I am trying to focus on this topic, and to bring in new methods and approaces for teaching special people and help them open the wonderful world of the English language from the side, that is attractive to them.

76

Radford Primary School

 

UK

 

Maria Webster

http://radford.silver-pride.com/

 

MFL teaching

77

CBS High School

 

Ireland

 

Martina O Reilly

 

Two projects submitted for Best Language Learning

78

Bishop Grosseteste University

 

UK

 

Mike Steele

http://www.bishopg.ac.uk/

 

MFL education

79

M Dorociakova (independent)

 

 

 

Miroslava Dorociakova

 

Trainee MFL teacher

80

Miriam Sherman (independent)

 

UK

 

Miriam Sherman

 

Teaching Spanish to 16-18 year olds

81

Nora Ferguenis

 

UK

 

Nora Ferguenis

WWW.WEBSITE.COM

 

I am a language teacher, coach and trainer and would be interested in joining your network to keep up to date with the latest developments in education, cross-curricular european projects in particular. Equally, contributing to developing and/or delivering some already established projects is something I would be more than willing to do.

82

LSE

 

UK

 

Mary Tulley

http://www.northamptonshire.gov.uk/en/councilservices/educationandlearning/pages/default.aspx

 

Support Language Learning and Teaching

83

Yasar University

 

Turkey

 

Nazli TUNÇ

ydy.yasar.edu.tr/

 

Conducting extra curricular activities

84

Sabanci University

 

Turkey

 

Nezaket Özgirin

 

I have many online lessons that are suitable for content based instruction. The students in my groups also improve their computer skills to prepare presentations that are of interest to them which encourages both authonomy and ind,v,dual,zed learning that caters to the needs of multiple intelligences and different learning styles.

85

Tire Saik Lisesi

 

Turkey

 

Özgül Koçuk

 

our young learners feel themselves powerful while helping old people and children. I realize that if they do something willingly they can also learn and practice their foreign language.By this way I can use different and attractive learning methods.

86

The Spanish Circle

 

UK

 

Raúl Poncela

thespanishcircle.wordpress.com/

 

The Newcastle Spanish Circle intends to promote relations between the Spanish, Latin American and British peoples leading to closer ties between the countries through knowledge of each other’s customs, culture and history. Our main objective is to promote the Spanish language while promoting the exchange of cultural experiences, solidarity and good learning relationships between the Spanish, Latin American and British peoples.

87

Yasemin BALKAYA

 

 

 

Yasemin BALKAYA

 

Yell çalistayina katilmak istiyorum.

88

Zanea Roxana

 

Romania

 

Zanea Roxana

www.onicescu.ro

 

Teacher

89

Garway Primary School

 

UK

 

Ruth Maskell

www.garwayprimaryschool.co.uk

 

 

90

Sarah Sargeant

 

UK

 

Sarah Sargeant

 

As mfl and international links coordinator I am very keen to enthuse and make fellow teachers as passionate as myself about languuage learning.

91

Greenwood Primary

 

UK

 

Sarah Laycock

www.greenwood-pri.notts.sch.uk/

 

Teacher of languages

92

Elisabeth Stoddart

 

UK

 

Elisabeth Stoddart

 

Catholic Comprehensive school (11-18 year old) I teach French (and a little German).

93

York University

 

UK

 

Suzi Bewell

 

PGCE mfl tutor at York Uni in charge of 26 trainee teachers. Mother of 2 bilingual children. Keen to promote Lang learning to the largest poss audience!

94

Izmir University of Economics

 

Turkey

 

Utkan Boyacioglu

www.ieu.edu.tr

 

French as a foreign language

95

Venugopalan Gopalan Nair

 

Malaysia

 

Venugopalan Gopalan Nair

iium.edu.my

 

I teach English as a Second Language in the Centre for Foundation Studies, International Islamic University Malaysia.

96

Hacettepe Universitesi

 

Turkey

 

Yasemin Yelbay Yilmaz

www.hacettepe.edu.tr

 

 

97

Karsiyaka Gazi Anadolu Lisesi

 

Turkey

 

Yesim Kuymulu

 

Trying to teach a foreign language via projects, because it\'s an enjoyable way of learning a foreign language.

98

Canli 60.Yil Ortaokulu/Yurdagül TEKIN

 

Turkey

 

Yurdagül TEKIN

canli60yiloo.meb.k12.tr/

 

Müdür yardimcisi olarak çalismaktayim.Ingilizce ögretmeni degilim, 40 yasindan sonra kendi çabalarimla Ingilizce ögrendim.Çesitli uluslararasi okul projelerinde yer aldim.Sadece dilin önemini bilen ve ögrencilerimi Ingilizce ögrenmeye tesvik eden biriyim.Özellikle dil ögretme yöntemleriyle özel ilgili oldugum için çalistayiniza katildim,çok begendim ve katki sunmak istiyorum.

99

pakmaya ulku hizal anadolu lisesi

 

Turkey

 

zehra kara

 

 

100

Valley Gardens Middle School

 

UK

 

Sarah Vickers

www.valleygardensmiddle.org/

 

Looking to promote languages and language learning - interested in site and expanding and sharing ideas!

101

Binnaz Dogan

 

Volkshochschule Stuttgart

Deutschland

Binnaz Dogan

www.vhs-stuttgart.de

 

I am working on the language department on the VHS Stuttgart and teaching german and wants to know about this network to share ideas.

102

Aspire-i

 

UK

 

Laura Wiggelsworth

 

 

103

EUROGUIDANCE Flanders

 

Belgium

 

Jozef van Raepenbusch

 

 

104

Sinead O'Neill

 

Ireland

 

Sinead O'Neill

www.fas.ie

 

I develop curricula and assessments in a wide range of subjects for lifelong learning programmes.

105

Faculty of sport

 

Serbia

 

Danica Pirsl

 

I teach ESP language of sport and physical education

106

Erin Straka

 

United States / Germany

 

Erin Straka

 

I teach English to children and adults in Germany. I am interested in finding new motivating activities for my learners and networking with other language teachers.

107

CEA Lorca

 

Spain

 

Dr JB Camón

www.altoguadalentin.es

 

Head Communication Department at Adult Training Center in Lorca (Southeast Spain).

108

Association of Austrian Adult Education Centres

 

Austria

 

Elisabeth Feigl-Bogenreiter

www.vhs.or.at/54/

 

As the language-department of Verband Österreichischer Volkshochschulen, Association of Austrian Adult Education Centres, we work together with adult education centres all over Austria and can forward information to them.

109

Alice Lachowicz

 

Deutschland

 

Alice Lachowicz

Alice Lachowicz

 

 

110

ROMEO AND HARRIET

MUSICAL DRAMA PERFORMANCE

Turkey

 

MELIKE ELDEM

www.mevkolejiguzelbahce.k12.tr

 

This play was performed by 13-14 year olds at our school. (MEV COLLEGE GUZELBAHCE-IZMIR) These kind of performances enhance students' self-reliance as well as their ability to work and cooperate together. Also, it gives students the opportunity to practise the target language actively. Photos of the performance are available on our website below. http://www.mevkolejiguzelbahce.k12.tr/TR,1605/2009-2010-ogretim-yili---romeo-and-harriet.html

111

KRAZY KAMP

musical

Turkey

 

MARIANNA OZUYGUNTAS

www.mevkolejiguzelbahce.k12.tr

 

This musical "KRAZY KAMP" was performed by students aged between 12 - 14 both at our school and in Narlidere AKM Hall. Such practices provide students with practising English in a communicative atmosphere and therefore enables them to develop their self - confidence. During rehearsals, students are given an opportunity to dance and sing using the target language. The photos are avaible on the website below. http://www.mevkolejiguzelbahce.k12.tr/TR,1610/2011-2012-ogretim-yili---krazy-kamp.html

112

Brasshouse Language Centre

 

UK

 

Athanasia Stavrou

www.mevkolejiguzelbahce.k12.tr

 

 

113

Kids' Nightmare

Musical

Turkey

 

Deniz Turhan

Facebook Page

 

With this play, our students had a chance to use and practise their English while acting. Acting improved their self-esteem and self-confidence. Nature awareness is emphasized in our play.

114

Does Tourism enhance the lives of tourists and residents of host communities (A comparative study)

TIRE KUTSAN ANADOLU LISESI

Turkey

 

Selda Yelman

 

 

This year we took part as a partner in comenius Project. With 5 other countries (Northern Ireland, Italy, Spain, Romenia, Turcs and Caisos Island) We are aiming to promote language learning.

115

Szilvia Vermaas-Ziegler

private

Hungary

 

Szilvia Vermaas-Ziegler

 

 

I've been teaching children (3-18) and adults for about 15 years. For a year I've been working at the Catholic University of Peter Pazmany, at the Faculty of Law, teaching professional language as well. I find it really important for children to meet foreign languages early in their lives so I try to encourage them helping them find the ways they can use English out of school (listening to music, watching films, reading books, communicating with people)

116

MEV Koleji Özel Güzelbahçe Okullari(MEV College)

school

Turkey

 

D. Ipek Balci

www.mevizmirokullari.k12.tr

 

 

117

Aunt Crumble's Mad Machine

musical play

Turkey

 

Ipek Balci

Facebook Page

 

our aim is to create our students more opportunities to use English and increase their self esteem by using several drama techniques (including improvisation)

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The Wizard of Oz

musical play

Turkey

 

Zeynep Özlem

http://www.mevkolejiguzelbahce.k12.tr/TR,1606/2009-2010-ogretim-yili---fun-in-english.html

 

By performing in a musical play, our 8 year old students enjoyed learning English a lot and had a chance to use English outside classroom.

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Little Red Riding Hood

musical play

Turkey

 

Gaye Çetinayak

http://www.mevkolejiguzelbahce.k12.tr/TR,1603/2008-2009-ogretim-yili---the-white-snow-and-the-seven-d-.html

 

Our aim is to make language learning an enjoyable journey for our young students by the help of stories, musicals and drama activities.

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MEV College Private School Izmir

Kindergarden

Turkey

 

Sadiye Demir

www.mevkolejiguzelbahce.k12.tr

 

Preschoolers use English on the playground and show us what they can do there. Here is the link for the downloadable video: www65.zippyshare.com/v/47891282/file.html

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INCLUDE Network

Network

Italy

 

Itziar Flandes

www.includenetwork.eu

 

INCLUDE is a pan-European network founded by the EU Lifelong Learning Programme operating in the field of language policy and practice for the active social inclusion of groups at risk of exclusion.

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North East Language Centre

Language Centre

UK

 

Annarosa Dunnigan

 

 

We are native speakers and teachers of MFL promoting our language in the UK.

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Katarina Aladrovic Slovacek

Faculty

Croatia

 

Katarina Aladrovic Slovacek

skolakvalitetnogucenja.com www.ufzg.unizg.hr

 

YELL2 International Conference participant

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ISIS GIOVANNI DA CASTIGLIONE

SECONDARY SCHOOL

ITALY

 

DANIELA CALZONI

www.liceocastiglione.it

 

I am a teacher of English and literature and teacher trainer. I am responsible for the Eureopan projects and CLIL. I have been involved in material development and writing for years and I am interested in sharing experiences, ideas, getting to know people and other educational contexts. I definitely believe in developing the concept of Europe in teachers and students.

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Sue Balmer

Teacher of languages/adviser

UK

 

Sue Balmer

 

 

Any network that helps to foster a love of language learning and provide enrichment of opportunities for linguistic and cultural experiences for young people is to be applauded and supported.

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Louise Smith

Primary MFL teacher

UK

 

Louise Smith

 

 

Primary MFL teacher, keen to learn and share with others who are passionate about language teaching

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Volga State University of Technology

University

Russia

 

Marina Kurdiumova

www.volgatech.net

 

I have been working for the Department of international cooperation (1 year)and teaching English at my university (12 years) thus all through my career trying to increase the motivation of our students to language learning and international mobility. I am interested implementing in new teaching and learning methods in the education process. Every year I have one or two groups of students volunteering to learn languages. Additionally, participating in the Yell project gives me inspiration to continue my activities.

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Claudia Burgfeld

 

Germany

 

Claudia Burgfeld

 

 

I'm a teacher for English at school secondary education and in adult education. I'm interested in experiencing and sharing new methods of teaching.

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Aventuro.org

Non profit

Spain

 

Ximena Niell

www.aventuro.org

 

We propose international exchanges to very young people (from 8 y/o) to go to spend some months in UK, France, Germany or Spain. We are open to other European countries. Proponemos intercambios internacionales para personas muy jóvenes (desde los 8 años) para pasar unos meses en UK, Francia, Alemania o España. On propose des échanges pour enfants et ados en UK, France, Allemagne et Espagne.

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Catherine Cheater

Languages Education Publishing and Training

UK

 

Catherine Cheater

www.goldendaffodils.co.uk

 

to support the development of language learning through publishing, consultancy and training.

131

Careers Europe

Training and Careers Organisation

UK

 

Lauren Hendrie

www.careerseurope.co.uk

 

Partner in previous YELL project

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Ina O'Sullivan

Ard Scoil na nDeise, Secondary School

Ireland

 

Principal Dorothy Hughes

www.ardscoildungarvan.com

 

The YELL network was recommended to me by a friend who is already a member

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Jeanne Antide School

Training center for adults and vocational school

France

 

didier simonot

www.lyceejeanneantide.fr

 

We are involved in work placements in Europe and students exchanges and we promote language learning on that purpose. We organise study visits in countries that can welcome our students in families for a low cost (own funds or European grants for work placements). We are interested in finding material to help our learners to adjust their vocabulary on community services (wards, shop assistants, child care)

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Let's Play Languages Ltd

publisher of fun resources for language teaching in primary schools

UK

 

Jackie Hutton-Potts

www.letsplaylanguages.co.uk

 

I teach French part-time in KS2 and develop/ publish resources to make language learning fun for children.

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Shropshire Languages Society

non-profit

UK

 

Daniel Woodvine

http://www.shropshirelanguages.org.uk

 

Shropshire Languages Society is a non-profit organisation that promotes the study of and careers in languages from an academic, social and professional perspective. We encourage people to take languages and organise language and cultural related activities to enrich learning.

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blen

not-for-profit

UK

 

Ming Tsow

www.blen-education.org.uk

 

blen is a non-profit, forward looking, dedicated, education forum set up in 1995, with an interest in language education and literacy in the widest sense.

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TOKI Secondary / TEAM / Melike Yilmaz

Public

Turkey

 

Melike Hüsniye Yilmaz

http://welearnenglish.webnode.com.tr/

 

We won a European Language Label in 2012-2013 educational year- TEAM: teaching English with authentic materials.

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Laerdansk Aarhus

language centre

DK

 

Marianne Jensen

www.laerdansk.dk/aarhus

 

Laerdansk Aarhus is a language centre in Denmark which teaches Danish as a second language to adult learners. We focus on innovative teaching approaches and methods. In 2010, we received a European Language label. Currently we work with IT tools as supporting language acquisition and open learning areas.

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Edulingua

Italian Language School

Italy

 

Rosella Bellagamba

www.edulingua.it

 

"Who dares to teach must never cease to learn."

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Roberta Caruso

italian tutor

UK

 

Roberta Caruso

 

 

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Language For Fun Ltd

Language Lessons for Adults

UK

 

Jessica Bonnard

www.languageforfun.org

 

Attended two Yell conferences to date.

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Anna Costantino

University of greenwich

UK

 

Anna Costantino

 

I teach Italian as a foreign language (general and specific purposes), network with fellow teachers, divulge in YELL activities. Additionally, I am an editor of a language specific journal. The YELL Network will help keep in touch with fellow teachers.

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Stefano Sopranzi

Kent Adult Education

UK

 

Stefano Sopranzi

www.kentadulteducation.co.uk

 

Teaching Italian and Spanish as foreign languages. Interested in sharing and disseminate the Yell 2 materials. Doing networking with fellow teachers.

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European Training Services

Education and training

UK

 

Mariagrazia Massarotto

www.europeantrainingservices.co.uk

 

I am involved in EZ-funded programmes, such as Leonardo da Vinci (PLM and IVT) and hopefully in Erasmus Plus.

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East Riding College

Further Education

UK

 

Maria Rounding

www.eastridingcollege.ac.uk

 

 

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Barbara Rocci

 

UK

 

Barbara Rocci

 

I attended the Yell 2 conference in Birmingham

147

Elena Florit

private

Spain

 

Elena Florit

 

I'm an English teacher at secondary school. I teach teenagers.

148

Mariolina Bono

Secondary school teacher

Italy

 

Mariolina bono

 

interested in informal language methods.

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Mrs Elisabetta Lucertini

Italy

Private

 

Mrs Elisabetta Lucertini

 

 

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Scuola pubblica secondaria di I grado

Scuola e attività di recupero

Italy

 

Titty Fasolo

 

Insegnante di inglese scuola media.

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Margherita Sani

Istituto Beni Culturali Regione Emilia Romagna

Italy

 

Margherita Sani

 

I have been coordinator of some LLP Grundtvig funded projects regarding museums. Some case studies were about teaching/learning of languages in a museum context

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Language Networks for Excellence

University department

UK

 

Helen Sargeant

http://www.wlv.ac.uk/default.aspx?page=33620

 

We have created a range of language learning resources as a result of European, and other, projects.

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Maria Andredaki

EFL Teacher

Greece

 

Maria Andredaki

 

I teach English to greek children aged from 8 to 12, at a public primary school in Piraeus, Greece. Being a polyglot myself I find YELL an extremely interesting project, only too relevant to my work and personal way of living.

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Veritas Academy

Language and Culture Education

UK

 

Nicole James

www.veritas-academy.co.uk

 

Veritas Academy introduces foreign languages and cultures to children age 3-10, both in and out of the classroom. The aim is to immerse the children, not just in a language, but in the culture that surrounds it, thus broadening their awareness and knowledge of the world around them.

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Barbara Gleave

Independent Teacher / Consultant

UK

 

Barbara Gleave

http://barbaragleave.wix.com/chouette

 

AST in Primary MFL (French). School support and curriculum development in implementing MFL provision. Teaching out of school primary aged groups. Parent and tot - preschool group (18 months +).

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Shropshire Languages Society

non-profit professional consortium

UK

 

Elaine Knowles

http://www.shropshirelanguages.org.uk/

 

Shropshire Languages Society is a non-profit organisation that promotes language study from an academic, professional and social perspective. We provide educational and careers advice and support for children and adult learners of foreign languages, and support for C.P.D. training. We also strive to increase uptake from the age of 14 to university. We also offer extracurricular opportunities to extend language learning and the National Curriculum beyond the classroom, and combine languages with other complimentary subject areas.

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Fabio Pugliares

Secondary School

Italy

 

Fabio Pugliares

 

I am a psychology teacher in Italian secondary school and I am interested in language activities to teach my subject in English.

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Cristina Ursea

pre-premary teacher

Romania

 

Cristina Ursea

 

E-twinning projects

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Wirral Multilingual

Community Group

UK

 

Stuart Burke

www.wirralmultilingual.weebly.com

 

Wirral Multilingual was set up to promote the use and understanding of foreign languages and cultures among those living and working in the Wirral Peninsula, North West England. The organisation was born out of a shared passion for learning about other languages and cultures from around the globe, and is dedicated to promoting the world of cultural diversity - and opportunity - that exists on the doorstep of those currently living and working in the region.

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pakmaya ulku hizal anatolian high school

State school

Turkey

 

Ayse Izci

 

 

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Birgit Baumeister

VHS Cham and different schools

Germany

 

Birgit Baumeister

 

A English and Spanish language teacher for adults and youth.

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LANGO

EU project consortium

Bulgaria

 

Diana Tsotova

www.lango.eu

 

LANGO is application for mobile devices to support language acquisition of adults and young adults (16+). The language learning activities are delivered in a form of a calendar, thus, the LANGO offers the type of mastery which can be achieved in about sixty hours that comes to only ten minutes per day during a year, which is an excellent return for a limited effort. LANGO
- attempts to tap into initial language learning
- focuses on what people typically need or want to say in the initial stages of communication
- integrates technology which allows for more individualised and inde pendent learning in terms of pace, time and place (from home, at work, on the move etc.)
- provides access to authentic online learning material
- does not require advanced skills and therefore provides benefits even for the lower educated
- supports the improvement of linguistic and digital competence of the learner at the same time

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Chez Nous Homestay

Private

Ireland

 

Bridie Keary

www.cheznoushomestay.ie

 

We teach English by total immersion in a host family setting. Apprendre l'anglais en famille d'accueil en Irlande. La inmersión total en Inglés. Aprenda Inglés con una familia de acogida en Irlanda.Eintauchen in Englisch. Lernen Sie Englisch in einer Gastfamilie in Irland.

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Rosanna Taormina

VHS Freising

Germany

 

Rosanna Taormina

 

I teach italian to adults in Germany. I´m learning new andragogical methods according to the ICC rules and Regulation. http://www.icc-languages.eu/

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Kristin Van Damme

 

Belgium

 

Kristin Van Damme

 

Participant Professional Development Course Malaga 2014

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Scoala Gimnaziala Ioan Badescu

Public School

Romania

 

Coman Angelica

www.scoalaioanbadescu.e-catalog.ro

 

We have developed many eTwinning projects.

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Centro linguistico del Mediterraneo

PRIVATE LANGUAGE SCHOOL

ITALY

 

Lucia Lorefice

 

I'm a Language teacher and I want Always to improve myself and to promote languages.

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Natallia Kaminskaya

private Sprachschule

Belarus

Natallia Kaminskaya

www.str.by

Vorige Woche habe ich Expolingua Berlin besucht, wo ich die Möglichkeit hatte, die Vorlesung von Erin Straka zu besuchen. Frau Straka hat viel über yell2 erzählt. Ich bin seit 14 Jahren als Deutschlehrerin tätig und seit 5 Jahren auch als Lehrertrainerin. Ich interessiere mich für Metodik und Didaktik. Diese Web-Seite bietet viel für DaF. Gern würde ich meine Ideen und Unterrichtsmethoden mit anderen Kollegen, die diese Seite besuchen, teilen.