English Australia plans world record lesson

01 July, 2015


Language school association English Australia has announced plans for a world record attempt at the biggest ever English lesson.



English Australia has launched a website for the planned biggest English lesson in the world


The association will be trying to enter the Guinness Book of Records with an outdoor, four-hour live lesson delivered simultaneously to 3,000 international students at Bondi Beach in New South Wales.

In a member newsletter announcing the Biggest English Lesson in the World event, English Australia (EA) said, “Specialist event managers are designing a unique event to ensure we create hype and attract huge media coverage for English Australia, our member colleges and Australia as a destination.”

Event participation is only available to EA member colleges, who can partner with the association for the event, which will being benefits including 100 tickets for their chosen students to attend the English lesson.

EA assured member schools that the event would benefit all members, including those outside of New South Wales, and said the biggest English lesson could become a permanent fixture on the EA calendar.

“First of all, we anticipate the event will create a great promotional ‘buzz’ that all member will benefit from, and if the 2016 event is a success, we are planning on running this event annually in additional cities around the country so all member colleges can have the opportunity to be involved,” said EA in the release.

English Australia has launched a dedicated website for the event.

 

 

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