Theme: Literary Multilingualism – Competitions, Resources, Events
Convenor/s: Krisztina Fogarasi & Natasha Ristic
Host: NALDIC Zoom
NALDIC’s Regional Interest Groups help teachers and other education professionals working with EAL learners to get together, stay informed about developments in the EAL field and share best practice.
Join us for the upcoming NALDIC South London Regional Interest Group (RIG) meeting, an online forum dedicated to encouraging insightful discussions, fostering professional connections, and sharing knowledge among those working with multilingual learners.
In our summer term meeting, themed ‘Literary Multilingualism – Competitions, Resources, Events’, we delve into the world of multilingual literature, its practical applications, and the exciting opportunities it presents.
Speaker: Yoshito Darmon-Shimamori: Yoshito, a secondary school French and Spanish teacher and author, will share his innovative approach to making reading and writing compelling for multilingual children. He’ll provide insights from his upcoming bilingual graphic novel “In Search of the Lost Words – A Bilingual Time Travel Adventure” and discuss the advantages it offers for EAL learners.
We will also be providing you with details of competitions, resources, and events that we believe could be valuable to you.
The meeting will provide an opportunity for you to suggest topics for the Autumn RIG and share your experience and knowledge with the group. Whether you want to provide an informal update or present more formally on work with multilingual learners, all contributions are welcome!
Join us for a session full of topical discussions, expert insights, and the exchange of best practices. Let’s work together to make a difference in the world of multilingual education!
*Entry to the Zoom waiting room will be limited to 100 on a first come first served basis.
South London RIG Convenor
Krisztina Fogarasi & Natasha Ristic