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Our “How to…”  guides contain a full description of how to run the event including essential considerations, some sample programmes and task lists. We also have some adaptable workshop ideas and resources which can be adapted for use with any language. 
Our “How to…”  guides contain a full description of how to run the event including essential considerations, some sample programmes and task lists. We also have some adaptable workshop ideas and resources which can be adapted for use with any language. 
Our “How to…”  guides contain a full description of how to run the event including essential considerations, some sample programmes and task lists. We also have some adaptable workshop ideas and resources which can be adapted for use with any language. 
Our “How to…”  guides contain a full description of how to run the event including essential considerations, some sample programmes and task lists. We also have some adaptable workshop ideas and resources which can be adapted for use with any language. 
This booklet contains detailed case studies and resources showcasing projects combining sports and languages in the curriculum. If you are looking for new ways to motivate learners, we hope you will find inspiration, resources and support to get started in this booklet.
We have collected a range of inspirational career profiles of people who have studied languages at university or who now use languages in their day to day jobs. Find out what these people have to say about the benefits of their language skills in the world of work!
This publication has been produced in conjunction with "Language Learning and Teaching: Future Routes" conference to collate and disseminate the papers and reports presented.
A useful leaflet which provides further information on the following careers: In-house translator Freelance translator Localisation project manager Translation project manager Editor, proofreader Subtitler Terminologist
A useful leaflet which provides further information on the following careers: Freelance interpreter In-house interpreter Conference interpreter Public service interpreter Telephone interpreter Voice over
A collection of materials relating to the Mexican festival of El Dia de Los Muertos. Includes: A presentation suitable for KS3 about El Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). Includes video link and associated vocabulary. Day of the Dead worksheet - Spanish Picture matching activity Link to YouTube song - Los Esqueletos with lyrics and vocabulary Templates for making skeleton puppet Skull templates for mask making
Routes into Languages Cymru has been scanning the country for linguists and have produced this set of 'Language Ambassador Profiles'. These people use their languages every day in a wide range of jobs from International Relations to Corporate Banking. Download this fantastic new resource to find out how languages have helped them in their careers and personal lives. They may even introduce you to jobs which you had no idea were linked to languages!
Mae Llwybrau at Ieithoedd wedi bod yn chwilio am ieithyddion ledled y wlad ac wedi cynhyrchu’r gyfrol newydd hon o ‘Broffiliau gan Lysgenhadon Ieithoedd.’ Mae’r bobl hyn yn defnyddio eu hieithoedd bob dydd mewn ystod eang o swyddi o Gysylltiadau Rhyngwladol i Fancio Corfforaethol. Lawr lwythwch yr adnodd newydd arbennig hwn i ddysgu sut mae ieithoedd wedi bod yn gymorth iddynt yn eu gyrfaoedd a’u bywydau personol. Mae’n bosib y byddant yn eich cyflwyno i swyddi doeddech chi ddim yn ymwybodol eu bod yn gysylltiedig ag ieithoedd!
Routes into Languages Cymru has produced a comprehensive guide for students and parents about the opportunities for language learning in universities in Wales. This guide is designed to give you a better idea of what your options are so that you can make an informed decision about your future with languages. It offers you facts and figures about languages and business, examples of modules and course structures and information about the exciting year abroad. You can also read about the experiences of some students currently studying languages at university.
Mae Llwybrau at Ieithoedd Cymru wedi cynhyrchu canllaw cynhwysfawr ar gyfer myfyrwyr a rhieni ynghylch y cyfleoedd sydd ar gael i ddysgu ieithoedd mewn prifysgolion yng Nghymru.
We have developed a flyer for Year 9 pupils. Its aim is to provide bite sized pieces of information which highlight the benefits of languages to young people. If you would like to receive a copy of this flyer for your resource library, please contact the Routes Cymru team.
Rydym ni wedi datblygu taflen cyhoeddusrwydd ar gyfer disgyblion Blwyddyn 9. Ei nod yw darparu darnau bychan o wybodaeth sy’n amlygu sut byddai ieithoedd o fudd i bobl ifanc. Os hoffech dderbyn gopi o’r pamffled ar gyfer eich llyfrgell adnoddau, cysylltwch â thîm Llwybrau at Ieithoedd Cymru.
This slideshow about the language and culture of the Basque Country is used for Year 10 and 11 pupils at a Film and Culture Event at University of Liverpool.
SPEAKGLOBAL:   The SPEAKGLOBAL programme is designed to raise awareness of multilingualism in the world, and cognitive benefits of speaking several languages.   The programme is free to use for any UK Modern Languages teacher. It is targeted at Key Stages 3 and 4 and consists of 2 sessions of about 40-45 minutes each, suitable for all abilities and students studying different languages.  
Developed through the Routes into Languages North East annual Beat the Rat Race careers event, the resource features profiles of four local linguists, each using their languages in a variety of different sectors. The resource provides a good starting point for teachers wishing to showcase careers using languages and for pupils and students interested in finding out more about potential employment options.
A booklet about using short films to teach Spanish at GCSE and A Level.

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