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And the winner of the “Lights, Camera, Action! 2020” Video Contest is…

 

CEIP PUNTA DE N’AMER – “PASSIVE 4BEING ACTIVE”

 

CC ESCOLÀPIES 


FIRST FINALIST

CC SANTA MARIA


SECOND FINALIST

 

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“Lights, Camera, Action!” 2019 video contest winner and finalists.

IES SON PACS – “ENGLISH WITH MAGIC IS EASIER”

IES SON PACS 


FIRST FINALIST

IES SON PACS – “STAR WARS FAMILY”


SECOND FINALIST

 

CEIP PUNTA DE N’AMER – “WE NEED A HERO”


 

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“Lights, Camera, Action! 2018” winner and finalists.

CEIP RAFAL NOU NEWS

CEIP RAFAL NOU
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FIRST FINALIST

IES MOSSÈN ALCOVER
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SECOND FINALIST

CEIP PUNTA DE N’AMER
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And The Winner Of APABAL Video Contest Is … Naboof Marina Project.

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Lights, Camera and Action! AND THE WINNER IS…

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II APABAL CONVENTION will feature David Marsh.

It is a pleasure to announce that David Marsh will be one of the speakers for the Plenary at our II APABAL Convention.

David Marsh has worked on multilingualism and bilingual education since the 1980s. He was part of the team which conducted groundwork leading to the launch of the term Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) in 1994. In 2002, he coordinated production of CLIL – The European Dimension: Actions, Trends and Foresight Potential for the European Commission (DG EAC). This overview of the situation in Europe was used in the compilation of the 2004– 2006 EC Action Plan: Promoting Language Learning & Linguistic Diversity. During 2008–2009 he coordinated an international research team (on behalf of the European Commission) examining the evidence available concerning the impact of multilingualism on the brain. He is currently acting as Strategic Director for CCN (Europe), and handles various educational development and research initiatives in the European Union and East Asia.

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