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The Association for Language Learning (ALL)
Who we are
The Association for Language Learning (ALL) is an independent registered charity and the UK’s major subject association for those involved in the teaching of foreign languages at all levels.
How can we support you?
ALL believes that it is important to keep our members briefed on news and updates in the languages sector, and we work hard to deliver a range of relevant benefits to our members.
Become a member
We support and represent teachers of all languages in all sectors. Whether you’re a languages co-ordinator in a primary school or a secondary languages teacher, we can offer you the support you need.
What is ALL Corporate Membership?
ALL's corporate members form an important part of ALL's membership. Join us and you’ll be in good company.
Our Platinum and Gold Corporate Members represent a broad range of sectors and offer the following types of services: languages experiences or training for language learners and/or language teachers, languages resources (online and hard copy publications), online platforms offering games, exercises and vocabulary building , intercultural resources and much more...
The opportunity for your organisation to reach our members – teachers and language practitioners across all languages, all levels, and all sectors, from primary teachers to teacher trainers, business language tutors to resource writers, and everything in between.
Corporate Members of the month
The British Council believes every young person should have intercultural and international experience. As the UK's cultural relations organisation, we create opportunities for schools and teachers in the UK and worldwide to connect and work together to share ideas and practices. Our range of international education programmes can help develop teaching skills with funded professional development, connect schools across the globe and bring language learning to life. With opportunities to partner with schools around the world through Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning, welcome a Language Assistant into your school and gain global accreditation for your international activities with the International School Award, there are many ways for schools to get involved.
Learn more: https://www.britishcouncil.org/school-resources
European Schoolbooks offers a range of resources for language teachers, language learners and readers of European languages. We specialise in books from publishing houses in France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Portugal and Russia. Materials include coursebooks, grammars, dictionaries, readers, classic and contemporary fiction, study guides, picture books, magazines and games, in both print and digital editions. To learn more about the ways in which we can help you, and to see what some of our customers say about us, click here
Our main website is at https://www.eurobooks.co.uk/ We also have a range of ‘bookshop’ websites for each of our major languages. To find the right one for you, click here. Each website is updated regularly with interesting offers from our native-speaking booksellers.
We continue to dispatch orders from our Cheltenham warehouse each day. We look forward to your inquiries and orders.
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Universities say they have received inadequate guidance on red tape and costs for academic years abroad according to a report in The Guardian. Thousands of UK students hoping to spend the year abroad are caught in limbo after facing major disruption to their travel...
The Guardian has reported about a linguist who compiled list of words says they help tell story of life during pandemic. From coronamüde (tired of Covid-19) to Coronafrisur (corona hairstyle), a German project is documenting the huge number of new words coined in the...
The Guardian newspaper reported on the new Turing Scheme and concerns raised about the impact of the scheme focusing on the UK trade agenda and the impact this might have on the study of modern languages at university level. To read the article in full, click...
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Take a look at our online shop for a range of language teaching and learning resources.
Languages Today, Summer 2018 (e-Publication)£7.99
‘Time to Talk’ – Languages Today (e-Publication), PLUS additional articles.£9.50
Article:- Using the target language£1.49
Article:- How to… prepare for the A level speaking exam£1.49
Languages Today, Spring 2018 (e-Publication)£7.99
Inspiring Teaching and Learning Series Package – Head of Languages Handbook + Effective Mentoring for Trainee Teachers£24.99