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    • JUSTIFICATION- LegislationThe Common European Framework The European Language Portfolio LOE LEARD 1631/ 06 RD 1146/ 11 Decree 231/ 07 Decree 327/ 10Directives of August 10, 2007, on Curricular Development and Evaluation in CSE Integrated Globally Directive of March 17, 2011, which modifies Directive of Language Integrated August 10, 2007, on Evaluation in CSE Curriculum Curriculum Directive of July 25, 2007, on Attention to Diversity REGIONAL EDUCATIONAL PROJECTS FOR IMPLEMENTATION IN SCHOOLS:Self-evaluation and improvement Gender equality Sport at school The integration of ICT Environmental awarenessThe implementation of Plurilingualism Quality managment Healthy schools Cultural programs International programs Innovation and curricular development The promotion of non-violent conducts at school
    • •  DCP is the third stage in the curricular design.•  Principles of the CEFR and EPL- Life-long learning•  It develops and follows the guidelines of the School Plan, the School Educational Project and the School Curricular Project•  The teaching and learning process must be adapted to our students’ needs and interests- Attention to diversity•  Action-oriented approach - Task-based approach- Communicative approach- Eclectic methodology•  Progressive development of communicative competence•  Suitable balance between fluency and accuracy•  Flexible curriculum and DCP/ Careful sequencing and planning•  CLIL- ID LINKS- Integrated curriculum•  Intercultural competence- Values education•  ICT