25th JUBILEE OF IATEFL-Hungary
As you know IATEFL Hungary is turning 25 this year and this calls for celebration! :-) To help us remember this quarter of a century and the good times we have had, we are organizing several events in 2015.
As you may have already heard we have launched the Jubilee Tree Planting Project, which means we are hoping to plant trees in all the 12 cities in Hungary, where the previous 24 conferences were held. The first IATEFL Hungary tree has already been planted in Szombathely! Please click here for details.
Another great memory to be presented at the Silver Jubilee Exhibition! As promised, we are back with some more amazing memories: check out the film made at the 2009 conference in Balassi Institute in Budapest!
As you can see we have already collected some memorabilia but it is still not too late to send us any photos, articles, written memories that you may have about IATEFL-H to email@example.com. Thank you! We hope to see you at the Silver Jubilee Exhibition at the 25th conference in Budapest this October.
Another anniversary event we are planning is the Silver Jubilee Exhibition at the 25th conference in Budapest this October.
Since December 2014 we have been collecting photos, articles, newsletters, mELTing Pots and other memorabilia from the past of the association and we would like to show you some of the things we already have to encourage you to come to the conference and perhaps to send us some more items you may have at home.
As a first teaser we would like to share a practical teaching idea with you. We found this game in the conference brochure of the very first IATEFL Hungary conference, which was held in 1991 in Kecskemet. Check out Sarah Thurrell's brilliant idea on how to vary a speaking activity.
Moreover, we’d like to show you the cover of the upper mentioned conference brochure:
Enjoy and we'll be back next month with more!
If you find any ’treasure’ hidden in your drawers or on your computers, please note, that it is still not too late to send us any photos, articles, written memories that you may have to firstname.lastname@example.org.