South African English teaching assistants going to France [fr]

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Like every year, a group of South African students go to France to work as English teaching assistants in French secondary schools for seven months, sponsored by the Embassy of France and the French ministry of national education.
In 2016-2017, 25 students are taking part in this programme.

Most of them attended the information day and lunch organised on 28th September 2016 by Damien Guyard (French language attaché of the French Embassy in South Africa) and Jérôme Cosnard (project manager for the teaching and learning of French), along with three former assistants.

The meeting was a good opportunity to explain to the future assistants the key issues in the development of the French language in South Africa, and to prepare them to their future role as ambassadors of South Africa in France.

They were also introduced to the opportunities available to them once they are back in South Africa (local or French bursaries).

The English teaching assistants are:

Amy STIMSON (UKZN),
Alain REDCLIFF (NMMU),
Candice LEWIS (NMMU),
Cayla-paige NORTJE (NMMU),
Arina WIBBELINK (NWU),
Jacobus DU PLOOY (US),
Tarien DE VILLIERS (US),
Alphosina DUMBUTSHENA (Wits),
Staci-Leigh HOWARD (UP),
Chriszelle NAGEL (UP),
Jessica GLAESER (UWC),
Justine WATKINS (NMMU),
Dylan SMALL (UKZN),
Monique RODGERS (UCT),
Khatlego MODIBA (UJ),
Ouma HLONGOANE (TUT),
Mbali DHLAMINI (TUT),
David BOTES (UNISA),
Bea GROENEWALD (US),
Ayanda MHLONGO ( DUT),
Maria VAN ZYL (UP),
Justin SOUTHEY (UJ),
Kamini SOOBEN (Wits),
Keneilwe MAHANYELE (TUT),
Nqobile NGCOBO (UKZN).

publie le 10/10/2016

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