Source: Regional English Language Office
The Regional English Language Office supports public diplomacy outreach through English language teaching and training in Chile, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay. It cooperates with Ministries of Education, Binational Centers, professional teachers’ associations, public and private universities and other higher education institutes, among other partners, in order to build a stronger understanding between the peoples of the Southern Cone of Latin America and the U.S.
Regional English Language Officer:
A video game for learning American English and culture
This innovative language learning video game will complement students’ classroom English language instruction through interactive 3-D multimedia learning adventures. Trace Effects is geared for players aged 12-16.
Gamers interact and solve puzzles in a virtual world filled with diverse English-speaking characters. In the game, students take a dynamic journey through the United States, traveling to cultural locations like Kansas, New Orleans, the Grand Canyon, New York City, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C.
Who is Trace?
Trace, the main character, is a university student from the year 2045 who has accidentally traveled back in time to the present. In order to get home, he must complete a challenging mission to change the future for the better by helping six different young people accomplish great things and have a positive impact on the future.
Professional Development for teachers
RELO (Regional English Language Officer)
RELO participates in ELT seminars/workshops, advises on questions pertaining to English teaching, conducts needs assessments, and offers guidance on all aspects of an academic program.
English Language Specialist/Speaker Program
U.S. Academics in TEFL and applied linguistics support.
U.S. Embassy short-term projects (2-4 weeks).
English Language Fellow Program
Ten-month fellowships carried out by American experts in TEFL and applied linguistics to work in academic institutions.
Distance education courses on Critical Thinking, Assessment, Young Learners, Building Skills in the Web, ESP, Best Practices in TESOL and Projects Based Learning.
English Access Microscholarship Program
A two year sScholarship for non-elite 14-18 year old students to study English after school.