Junior Summer Courses: Language Learning

November 26, 2015

“Teaching grammar is not our main goal”

Our teachers all agree that to be good in one language means that one must understand how each small parts of a language belong together in order to be able to communicate effectively. Therefore they listen carefully to how the students are using their language and whether they’re using it like an English person. And […]

November 11, 2015

“I attach great value to the experience of our supervisors”

We attach particular importance to the safety and care of the participants of our junior language courses. Our supervisors go through a multi-stage selection process. Here we examine their general fitness, and particularlarly their experience in dealing with children and young people and also their willingness to highest commitment. In an interview with Ruth Lopez, […]

October 19, 2015

“Using the language as a tool to find out about cultural differences”

Our supervisors have sometimes the most important role in your language course abroad. They are friends, role models and your guides during your stay.They are around the clock for you there and prepare – together with you – a varied and extensive activity program. In an interview with our activity programme organizer Jakub, learns Tom […]

October 1, 2015

“Helping our students to learn how to learn”

Language teaching by IP International Projects is more than just about students learning a language. They will acquire techniques for life. They learn problem-solving strategies and also to be creative. Alicja Szyszkowiak, in charge of IP junior course teaching program in Bournemouth, tells us in an interview with Tom what it means to move in an […]