January 25, 2006

LanguagesWork06 Podcast

30 minutes lates, but here nevertheless. What do Edinburgh kids think that languages will bring them in their future? After an amazing day with 250 kids from Auld Reekie this is what they had to say...

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Sounds like you all had fun - can you find the time to blog (briefly) about how the day worked?

Well done to all those involved. I'm interested in the extent to which the British Council is aware of podcasting.

In Scotland, certainly, the people I work with know of its existance. We will be working together to get some cool foreign language podcasts and video podcasts created over the next few months.

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