The University of Sydney is looking practicum placements for their Languages students and would greatly appreciate your help, if you can assist. The languages they need to cover are Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Indonesian.
The Practicum dates are October 26th, for 4 weeks (some students may also be placed from January 27, 2016). The expected teaching load is from 1-2 periods a day in the first week,building put to 10-15 periods in a week by the last week.
Please contact Jennifer Gordon at T + 61 2 9114 3024 or E email@example.com
Following the success of last year’s edition, FILEF (Federation of Italian Migrants and Families) is launching again a short film competition. The theme this year is La Terra/The Land, to be freely interpreted: from Mother Earth to the environment, from traditional farming to Indigenous land rights.
The competition includes two categories: Over 18 and Under 18
First prize Over 18: $1000 and 1 specialized course at the Sydney Film School.
First prize Under 18: $500 and 1 short summer course at the Sydney Film School.
Prize for Most Outstanding Performance, 1 acting course for cinema at the Actor Centre Australia.
Deadline for application and submission of films is 5 October 2015
Selected entries will be screened at the FILEF Short Film Festival to be held in November, as an event of the Double Belonging Festival 2015.
Flyer, Call for Entries and Application Form are attached and can also be downloaded from our website www.filefaustralia.org .
We would greatly appreciate if you could publicize this important initiative within your School.
For further information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Claudio Marcello 0409 991 353.
FILEF Sydney President
K-6 Languages teachers across NSW are invited to attend one of the semester two network meetings on film making in the classroom. The workshop will support teachers to submit their students’ work at language film festivals and/or the Linguafest competition.
Please choose the most convenient venue/date and register online at My PL@Edu.
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