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English Language Teaching Projects

English Language Teaching Projects


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  What is an English Language Teaching Project?
A British Council project is a partnership between the British Council and specific organisations and individuals who are working together to achieve an agreed objective.

What ELT projects are running?
We are currently running a drama and creativity project (MADCAP), a project which supports ELTAM (the English Language Teachers' Association of Macedonia), and a project which supports MAQS (the Macedonian Association of Quality Language Services).

How do I become involved in an ELT project?
Contact the British Council ELT Projects Manager for further information about projects in development or projects you would like to propose to the British Council. Information about projects and project proposals can be found through the links window on the left.

How can I contact the ELT Projects Manager?
The contact address is:

Tim Phillips
ELT Projects Manager
The British Council
Bulevar Goce Delcev 6
PO Box 562, Skopje

Telephone +389 (0)2 3135 035
Fax +389 (0)2 3135 036

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