Catalan Teachers Living in New Zealand Programme 2006-1

by 2ways October. 26, 2007 20728 views

- To brush up your English language and teaching skills
- To freshen up with New Zealand education system in a multi-cultural society
- To enrich yourself personally

The first English teacher group of 13 from Catalonia, Spain achieved the above goals through a 4-week Aotearoa English and Culture Programme in July 2006, organised by 2WAYS Company Limited who specialises in customising New Zealand study packages and tour packages for Catalan, Spanish and Chinese clients.

Come with 2WAYS, learn English faster and enjoy your holiday more in New Zealand!

Photo: Ellen Yule & Amelia Homs Ferrer
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You are never far away from home.
Geographically speaking, New Zealand is just the antipode of Spain.
In terms of time, New Zealand is 10 hours (from April to September) or 12 hours (from October to March) ahead of Spain.

- To brush up your English language and teaching skills
- To freshen up with New Zealand education system in a multi-cultural society
- To enrich yourself personally

The first English teacher group of 13 from Catalonia, Spain achieved the above goals through a 4-week Aotearoa English and Culture Programme in July 2006, organised by 2Ways Company Limited who specialises in tailoring study and tour packages in Christchurch, New Zealand for Catalan, Spanish and Chinese clients.

Photo: Ellen Yule
www.newzealand2ways.com
www.photoblog.com/2ways

Catalan teachers are warmly welcome by 2Ways staff and Kiwi homestay families at Christchurch airport.

Catalan teachers are warmly welcome by 2Ways staff and Kiwi homestay families at Christchurch airport.

Catalan teachers have their first taste of Aoteaora English and Culture Programme through 2Ways complientary welcome lunch in Indian restaurant.

Christchurch city orientation tour

13 English teachers from Catalonia, Spain sit around the same table to share the common teaching and learning experiences.

Workshp: online learning

group discussion

pair discussion between high school teacher and primary school teacher

pair discussion between high school teacher and primary school teacher

Catalan teachers learn about Kiwi agriculture in a Kiwi farm.

A brave Catalan teacher gives a hand to shear sheep.

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Maori Marae – four winds meet together, North meets South, West encounters East

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