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Translators In Schools Workshops

Please note the new date for these two events

Research seminar / workshop: Friday 27th April 1 - 2pm H4.44

A research-led workshop that analyses three Translation in Schools workshops: Stacie will discuss the design, creation and facilitation of these workshops, and will analyse their impact upon her research.

All are welcome

Student-centred workshop: Friday 27th April 3 - 4pm Ramphal 2.41

This interactive workshop is open to all, but will be of particular interest to students from the modules LN301, LN209, LN306, PGCE students and finalists who have applied to do PGCE or translation Masters next year

Aim: to discuss how foreign children’s picture books can be used as a way of language learning.

Drawing on her 'puns and idioms' workshop, Stacie will examine how children can engage in the process of translating humour through interaction with pictures and a source text.

If you are interested in attending either (or both) event(s), please add your name to the Google doc here, so I can get an idea of numbers Attendance list

Speaker: Stacie Allan (Translators in Schools)

Stacie Allan is a published translator who is an active participant in the national Translators in Schools project. She is leading a series of events with a practical and research focus that draw on her work with the project. All are welcome.

4.30 - 6.15pm, Friday 16th March: MFL teacher event WT0.04 (Westwood Campus)

This event open to all, but is particularly targeted at MFL teachers, staff at the Centre for Teacher Education and PGCE students.

If you would like to take part in this event, please complete the Translators in Schools teacher event application form by Wednesday 14th March.
If you wish to register after this deadline, please email

4.30 - 4.50: tea, cake and introductions.

Aim: to model an example of a translation workshop

Drawing on her 'puns and idioms' workshop: Stacie will take you through the design and use of the various exercises in this workshop. She will discuss which skills these exercises are targeting, how they link to the National Curriculum, and the resources needed to put them into practice in the classroom. The workshop will finish with a Q and A session.

These events are funded by the

IATL pedagogic interventions fund.