The University of the Basque Country will offer a new course for the teaching of Basque abroad
The University of the Basque Country (Office of the Vicerector for Graduate Studies and International Relations) will offer, in collaboration with the Etxepare Basque Institute, a new training course aimed at readers of Basque language in universities and centers of higher education abroad. Nekane Balluerka, Vicerector for Graduate Studies and International Relations of the EPV / EHU, and Mari Jose Olaziregi, director for the Promotion and Dissemination of the Basque Language at the Etxepare Basque Institute, have released details of the program today in Donostia-San Sebastián.
The main objective of the course, that will kick off next Fall, is to complete the training of teachers of Euskera as a foreign language Euskara.
The main aims of the course are:
– To propose strategies for effective work on knowledge acquisition and Basque as target language.
– The study the specificity of the Basque language in monolingual and / or multilingual contexts
– To deepen into sociocultural aspects and values conveyed by the Basque language.
– To optimize skills and abilities in the teaching-learning of Euskera for foreigners by effectively using ICTs and TUICs.
Course for teaching Basque abroad
Donostia, from September 27 to November 15, 2014
Jose Mari Olaziregi Alustiza (Director of Promotion and Dissemination of the Basque Language at Etxepare Basque Institute).
Jesus Cuenca de la Rosa (Coordinator of Language Courses for Students Visitors of the University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU).
Vice President for Graduate Studies and International Relations at the University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU and the Etxepare Basque Institute.
The courses are aimed at :
University graduates with EGA . Priority will be given to graduates in Humanities.
Second language teachers (especially those engaged in the teaching of Basque as a second language) who want to expand their knowledge and experience.
The maximum number of participants is 35 (expandable to 40). The minimum, 23.
FICE : Classroom (TBD).
University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU
Avenida de Tolosa 70
20018 Donostia -San Sebastián
Certificate of achievement jointly issued by the organizing institutions, Euskal Etxepare Institutua and the University of the Basque Country/EHU.
Attendance is required and absences, regardless of the reason, may not exceed 10% of the total duration of the course.
Fridays and Saturdays from September 27 to November 15.
Total number of teaching hours: 56
Friday: from 16.00 to 20.30 (with a 30 minute break ).
Saturday: 09.00 to 13.30 (with a 30 minute break ).
AMOUNT OF TUITION
The registration fee is 350 euros and includes tuition fees and learning materials.
REGISTRATION AND INFORMATION
The registration period will open from the 1 to the 20 of September, closing sooner if the student quota is reached.
Those wishing to attend may hand deliver or post the registration form found at the end of this section to the following address :
Euskal Etxepare Institutua
SAN SEBASTIAN SAN SEBASTIAN – 20006
Tel : (34 ) 943 023 400
email@example.com | www.etxepareinstitutua.net
www.relaciones – internacionales.ehu.es
Payment of the fee must be made by bank transfer to the account number Kutxabank (IBAN): ES79 2095 0611 09 1063658446 Concept: Name + EUSKERA EDUCATION COURSE .
The registration form must be accompanied by a copy of the bank transfer receipt and a photocopy of the ID or passport.
For any information regarding this course, please use the address or telephone number indicated above.
It is recommended to contact by any of the means proposed before paying any money. Enrollment amount will not be reimbursed in any case.
Participants of this course will be selected on a first come first serve basis based on the inscriptions and accompanied by the bank receipt .
Registration Form (pdf, 162 Kb)
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