Meet & greet Harvard Debate Expert!

Do you like debating? Perhaps this is your meeting! Instituto Nacional’s English Department and its English Debate Academy invites you to meet and greet institutano’s debate expert and current Harvard student Pablo Zamorano. Mr. Zamorano will be lecturing on debate techniques and strategies learnt through his experience as a Chilean national representative in the American tournament  in the world championship debate tournament. Friday 5th August at 2:00 o’clock P.M., at the Instituto Nacional’s library. CONFIRM YOUR ATTENDANCE BY CLICKING ON THIS LINK: https://goo.gl/forms/AQz8edS88Cf0PuqD2 Have a good day! Continue reading

Invitation: Edgar Allan Poe Festival

Edgar Allan Poe was one of the greatest American writers all over the world. For now, there is a festival which is going to be held at Apoquindo 6570, 7560903 Las Condes, where you will find much more information of this incredible writer. We thank Mr Bruno Peralta who has extended the invitation to all the students of our school. Here goes the link to find out more info! Have a good session! https://www.facebook.com/events/877387062408014/ Continue reading

Teachers attend to IATEFL XIV International conference ‘ELT’: Where are we now? Where are we going?

Such thrilling days the English teachers of our school have had at the XIV international conference, learning the newest techniques in teaching English for foreign learners.  There had been much expectation (before the conference) for sharing ideas and experiences with the most important speakers and philosophers in the teaching area, that now, our English teacher staff feel much more prepared to encounter any difficulty in the classroom context.  Having listened to Jeremy Harmer, Scott Thornbury, and the Chilean teacher, Paula Rebolledo, among others, our teachers have broaden and polished their minds with more hidden passages of the ‘Communicative Approach’ in order to improve their lessons and… Continue reading

Plagiarism? :O

What is plagiarism? According to the Cambridge English dictionary the word means: ‘to use another person’s ideas or work and pretend that it is your own’. It seems that nobody cares about this, not even V.I.People. As students and teachers, of course, we have to be very strict when an idea is taken from somewhere and we declare it ours. In some countries, this is severely penalised. Have a look at Mr. Duncan’s video to start thinking twice before copying someone else’s idea. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teuKDwEaU_A&list=TL9JuDx6-xESQyMTA3MjAxNg Continue reading