Languages - The lingua franca

5th February 2010 at 00:00

The Linguascope roadshow is coming to West Dunbartonshire on March 1, with a variety of workshops and presentations for teachers of modern languages, keen to use ICT in their lessons.

With products ranging from Talking Dice to ActivHub, plus the company's latest DVD for teaching French to secondary pupils, C'est Chouette!, Linguascope has signed up 70 per cent of schools in the UK as subscribers since it started in 2002. Linguascope was founded by Stephane Derone, a French teacher who created it for use in his own classroom.

The roadshow will be held at the Beardmore Hotel in Clydebank.


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