The weekly projects at Echo are designed to promote a creative use of language in fun contexts and break down inhibitions when speaking English. Here are some photos taken during the theatre project… and here is the winner of the crazy company preposterous product project: The dogcow guards your property, keeps you company and…Details
On our varied programme schedule, we have visited Chichester, staged a very competitive ‘pub quiz’, gone boating on a lake, gone on a ‘Ghost and Murder Mystery Tour’ of Arundel, visited the wetlands centre, watched the semi-finals and final of Euro 2016, and played plenty of indoor and outdoor games. Last weeks creative group project…Details
With Euro2016 well under way in France, those students who like football are in for an exciting first week at Echo: the last quarter final on Sunday 3rd July, semi-finals on Wednesday 6th and Thursday 7th, and the final on Sunday 10th. But why are all the teams male? – Whatever happened to the ladies? Click on…Details
Arundel – the11th century castle & gardens, the gothic cathedral, open-air Shakespeare, the Lido pools, Arundel Park and Swanbourne lake, boating, the Wetlands Centre, Arundel Festival, food festival, restaurants, independent shops, Arundel Jailhouse & Ghost Experience, Arun river cruises, the farmers’ market, history, art & culture, the South Downs National Park, all at a stone’s…Details
May 2nd 2016 – Bank Holiday Monday and the birthday of Charles, who started Echo with Estrid in 1988: A forty-minute ride on my mountain bike, past cows and ponies and sheep, takes me from my house in Spain to the top of a hill, just above the village of Següenco. To the South, the…Details
Most would agree that a full-immerison in the language is extremely important. But what does that mean? In an immersion environment, will a learner learn more: 1) if surrounded by people of their own age group? 2) if they need the language in a wide range of situations? 3) if they need to use…Details
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