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May 19, 2004

Learning LSE in Toledo (Spain) 2004

From: EDUESPAÑA - May 19, 2004

Dear Sir/Madam,

We are pleased to introduce you the Programme LSE IN TOLEDO FALL 2004 (LSE = Spanish Sign Language) run by The Center Español en Toledo (ESTO) of the University of Castilla – la Mancha (UCLM),, and coordinated by Eduespaña. This programme offers courses in Spanish culture and Spanish Sign language for the deaf people in the world. It is the first programme specifically designed for non Spanish Deaf People interested in learning LSE ever to be held at a Spanish university.

This programme is geared towards deaf people (no age limit) from any country who wish to obtain social integration in Spanish culture and to learn the Spanish Sign Language. It is required a strong interest in Spanish Culture, as well as a serious commitment to communicate in a truly international setting. No Spanish Language knowledge is required (it should be convenient to know basic International Sign Language).

The course will be celebrate in Toledo, (September 27th / October 22th, 2004) and will consist of 60 hours of the Spanish Sign Language (LSE = "Lenguaje de Signos de España"), 40 hours of theatre workshop given by four teachers (two of them deaf) from "El Grito", a deaf theatre well-known group of Madrid and 50 hours of cultural and recreational activities.

We hope this information will be of use to you. Should you require further information, please contact us at

Yours sincerely,

Ane Muñoz
Plaza de Santa Bárbara 8, 3º izda
28004 Madrid
FAX: 00 34 91 391 53 24