English village

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An English village in terms of English language teaching is a village in a non-English-speaking country which is inhabited wholly by native English speakers, English teachers and students. The idea is to give students an experience of total immersion without them having to leave their own country.

They have sprung up in a number of countries including Spain, Italy and South Korea.

Spain[edit]

There are at least two operations in Spain.

Pueblo Inglés (English village)[edit]

Pueblo Inglés[1] brings together native speakers, teachers and students.

Vaughantown[edit]

An operation run by Richard Vaughan who seems to have named the village after himself.[2]

References[edit]

  1. Pueblo Ingles homepage
  2. Vaughantown homepage

See also[edit]

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