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The English and Media Centre (EMC) provides publications and professional development for teachers and students of literature, language and media in the UK and internationally. The EMC has produced many resources on support for language study including a DVD on Child Language Acquisition; a DVD with video data for investigating a wide range of varieties of spoken English; and Grammaticus to develop students’ knowledge about language. There is also a collection of teaching resources English Allsorts and an online library of resources. A pilot site The Poetry Site has been funded as part of this website. This site provides links to a range of poets reading their work on video with film and graphics. The site covers a range of topics, including ‘Language’. Poets explore poems in translation; accents and dialects; bilingualism; language and identity; and belonging.
Eurolog-Ireland is a charity association of Russian organisations (language schools and cultural centres) for children from migrant families who would like to maintain their Russian heritage and language in Ireland. The association provides informational and educational support. It aims to promote the integration of the Russian community into Irish society.
This section of the website provides a list of centres and Russian-language clubs that the association helps in Ireland.
This part of the site is in Russian and includes useful links for teachers and parents to support migrant children’s maintenance of the Russian language and development of the English language. There are different teaching and language resources in Russian and English, and links to language centres across Europe.
Languages: English and Russian
The Calouste Gulbenkian foundation is a charitable foundation that supports cultural, educational, social and scientific development. The foundation aims to be innovative, international and independent from government and statutory agencies. It is based in Lisbon, but has centres in Paris and London. It provides support for educational projects, including the development of Portuguese culture and language abroad. These projects include programmes to support the professional development for teachers supporting children with Portuguese as an additional language. The website has an area called ‘activities and support’ (actividades e apoios) that provides useful online resources for teachers and educators from sites such as the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum; the Library of Art; and the Centre for Archives. The Centre for Archives (Centro de Documentação) contains an on-line catalogue and links to publications on education, culture and language. The education section has a link to ‘reading’ (Leitura Gulbenkian/ casa da leitura) with resources on Portuguese texts ranging from pre-readers to independent readers.
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