Digwyddiadau Diwrnod Ieithoedd Ewrop

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Wales: the power of language

 Workshop, 26 Medi 2012, , www

The event was celebrated with a workshop on Wales and Welsh, organized by F. Cristian Dima, FL Teacher, emphasizing a regional language in an original way: in order to illustrate its richness, we invited Dr. Mererid Hopwood to join us via Skype. Dr. Hopwood is one of the most outstanding personalities of Wales: professor, translator, TV presenter and a great poet, who made history in 2001 by becoming the first woman ever to win the bardic Chair at the National Eisteddfod of Wales. She spoke about the impostance of all languages, no matter how popular they are, about the pride to be a representative of your own native culture and about the open-mindedness as a way of personal developing. The students were very excited with the presentation, with the new words in Welsh, with the special guest and the dialogue was rewarding. Thank you to all o you!

Venue: "Chesarie Episcopul" Orthodox Theological Seminary, Buzau, Romania (Show On Map)
Target groups:  Language learners Pupils Language teachers Members of migrant communities / Speakers of minority or regional language(s) Parents

Organizer: "Chesarie Episcopul" Orthodox Theological Seminary
Address: Unirii Sud (Ciucurete), bl. 18A, ap.3, 120067, , www
Contact Name: Cristian Marius Dima
Contact Phone: 0040 720 020 861
WebSite: http://http://www.seminarulteologicbuzau.ro/proiecte.html
 

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Pleidleisiwch dros ddigwyddiad mwyaf arloesol eleni!  

I ychwanegu rhagor o gyffro i'r Diwrnod, gall unrhyw un sy'n ymweld â'r wefan bleidleisio dros yr hyn maen nhw'n ei feddwl yw'r digwyddiad Diwrnod Ieithoedd Ewrop mwyaf arloesol. Gall hyn fod o achos ei greadigrwydd, pa mor hawdd yw ei efelychu, neu gan ei fod wir yn cynrychioli ysbryd y Diwrnod.  Bydd modd pleidleisio am gyfnod o fis o 20 Medi – 20 Hydref, a bydd yr enillydd yn cael ei gyhoeddi ym mis Rhagfyr. Bydd gwobr fechan i drefnydd y digwyddiad sy'n derbyn y mwyaf o bleidleisiau.