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THE BEST OF ALLEGRO

"You tell that Commission that we want more Dutch lessons."
A learner attending a taster course in Nottingham Prison, England

"The whole of Europe is interested in us".
Learners from Schotten Reha, Germany

Two and three-year-olds, at a parent and toddler group in Nottingham, England, take part in Spanish games and dancing, eat tapas and have their faces painted with the Spanish flag.

People with learning disabilities in Nottingham, England enjoy singing, I can see clearly now, in French and La Bamba.

In Cuenca, Spain, children with Down's syndrome are learning English using an interactive whiteboard.

 

MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS IN SPAIN
We have completed a total of 16 sub-groups, reaching more than 80 people. We have organised activities in 4 languages (French, German, Polish and English.) We have worked with four organisations in the community, where much of out teaching has taken place.

The project has been reported in national and local media and also in international conferences on language teaching and learning.

This dissemination has made people in Cuenca, in Castilla La Mancha and more widely in Spain aware of the importance of language learning and teaching as a way of integrating people in society and also as a way of learning new ways of life and different cultures.


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