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Film English Finalist in Medea Awards

Posted on November 12, 2013 by kierandonaghy

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Film English has been selected as one of the nine finalists in the 2013 Medea Awards, the most important media education awards in Europe. There were 342 entries from 37 countries and the finalists were chosen by a jury made up of 118 education and media experts from 28 countries.

The aim of the MEDEA Awards is to encourage innovation and good practice in the use of media (audio, video, graphics and animation) in education. The awards also recognise and promote excellence in the production and pedagogical design of media-rich learning resources. The winners will be announced during the Media & Learning Conference (http://media-and-learning.eu/) taking place on 12-13 December 2013 in Brussels. Here is the awards’ press release  MEDEA-Awards-2013_press-release.

70 thoughts on “Film English Finalist in Medea Awards

  1. This is not a surprise. Your lessons are wonderful and very helpful, Kieran. Keep up the good work and thank you for sharing with the rest of us! Continued success!

  2. No wonder, Kierqn! Well done and many thanks for sharing all your wonderful lessons with us. Much appreciated.
    Keeping my fingers tightly crossed!

  3. Congratulations! You deserve recognition and praise.
    I just wish my lessons were longer in order to use each and everyone of your entries.

    Thank you very much for sharing your work!

    Rosa (a fan)

  4. Congratulations. I’ve came across your site only recently but I think you really deserve to be awarded. Film English is wonderful.

  5. “Behind any academic success,there is a dedicated teacher”.I really do appreciate the great work you are presenting to the EFL teachers round the world.Hope you win this year’s award.You deserve it !

  6. Your site is wonderful. It has helped me in many of my classes, not only as inspiration but as lesson plans. Thank you and good luck!!!

  7. A well-deserved nomination for a truly original, imaginative education tool. The very best of luck in Brussels.

  8. Congratulations! Your lessons are amazing and I appreciate all the time, energy and passion you put into developing them. Thanks for sharing and I wish you the best of luck!

  9. Your work is great and has been very useful to me. You deserve to me recognized for it. Good Luck!

  10. Congratulations! Fantastic news and well deserved. Thank you for sharing such a wonderful resource. Hope you win! All the best.

  11. Congrats for being among the nine finalists! I wish you all the best! For me you are already the winners for all the marvelous lesson plans we receive every week!

  12. Thanks a lot!!! never seen before,will be very helpfull on my lessons!!! You deserve to get all Media Awards! i will share this film with my colleagues on the page of my blog !!!!! Good luck!!!!

  13. This is an absolutely fabulous, well-organised website. The content and language points are highly relevant and interesting to a wide variety of students from multi-culutral backgrounds.