Events of the European Day of Languages 2016

The Big Success Story Hunt

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Dissemination of good practice, 18.09.2011 - 26.09.2011

Participants can write down and send in their own success stories in learning English. On 26 Sept we publish the best stories. 30 gifts await for learners who submit a story here: http://www.kwiksurveys.com?s=NBIIIH_66485d80 The main goals: 1. show that we can learn from other students as well 2. point out best practices in learning 3. help learners remember and keep in mind their accomplishments 4. raise awareness of however small, insignificant or brief a success feels, it may provide a source of inspiration, motivation and strength to go on.
 

TARGET GROUPS: Adults (in general)

ORGANIZER: http://angolnyelvtanitas.hu
ADDRESS: 38. Angol utca, 1149 ,
CONTACT NAME: Gabriella Szalai
TELEPHONE: +36-1-220-44-51
 

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Vote for this year’s most innovative event!  

To add a further element of spice to the Day, anyone visiting the website can vote for what they regard as the most innovative EDL event. This can be due to its creativity, transferability or just because it truly represents the spirit of the Day. Voting will be open for one month, from 20 September – 20 October, with the winner to be announced in December. There will be a small prize for the organizer of the event which receives the most votes.

The winner in 2015 is Europe House Dubrovnik from Croatia. Their initiative ‘Let‘s Celebrate Europe‘s Linguistic Diversity!’ was voted the most innovative event of the 2015 European Day of Languages and received over 18.000 votes. Congratulations to the winners!