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New contest for language teachers in Britain

The winner of a new competition will teach English in countries like India, Sri Lanka, Chile or Tanzania, reports Nabanita Sircar.

india Updated: Mar 14, 2006 18:56 IST
Nabanita Sircar
Nabanita Sircar

The Association of Language Learning (ALL) International Challenge Award 2006, in collaboration with MondoChallenge, a company which is distinguished by its career breaks in the developing world, is offering the language teachers from all sectors of education a new contest.

The competition is being launched for all the language teachers in the United Kingdom.

The winner will teach English in countries like India, Sri Lanka, Chile or Tanzania.

Linda Parker, director, ALL said, "Career breaks for teachers are becoming more and more popular and for language teachers a chance like this is particularly life-enhancing. This is something many teachers have considered doing. It's a chance to give a lot, as well as having some fantastic new experiences."

The first prize is the trip to a developing country for a period of between six weeks and three months, between July 2006 and September 2007 and is fully-funded by ALL and MondoChallenge.

First Published: Mar 14, 2006 18:56 IST