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English language educator

Alison Margaret Gourvés-Hayward, British English language educator. President Comty. Action Group, 1975; member Women's Liberation Group, 1973-1980, Amnesty International, 1980-1982. Member IATEFL, ENCODE, UPLEGESS.

Background

Gourvés-Hayward, Alison Margaret was born on April 25, 1953 in Chippenham, Wiltshire, England. Arrived in France, 1980. Daughter of John McLaren Hayward and Margaret (Jones) Mills.

Education

Bachelor with honors, University College, London, 1975. Postgraduate certified of education, Leicester (England) University, 1976. License es Lettres, Certified, University Brest, France, 1980.

Postgraduate, Dublin (Ireland) City University, since 1998.

Career

French teacher Hardenhuum School, Chippenham, England, 1976-1980. English teacher Le Greta, Brest, 1980-1986. Professor English Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecomms., 1986-1995, head English department, since 1995.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Translate: (art book) Le Messager des Arts, 1990. Author: (book chapter) Teaching About Culture, Ethnicity and Diversity, 1998. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

President Comty. Action Group, 1975. Member Women's Liberation Group, 1973-1980, Amnesty International, 1980-1982. Member IATEFL, ENCODE, UPLEGESS.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Choral singing, cinema, art, travel, rock music.

Connections

Married Patrick Raymond Gourvés. 1 child, Thomas FrédÉric.

father:
John McLaren Hayward Mills

mother:
Margaret (Jones) Mills

spouse:
Patrick Raymond Gourvés

child:
Thomas FrédÉric Gourvés-Hayward