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The Common EuropeanFramework of Reference     for Languages                         Didáctica de la Lengua InglesaSubject:...
The Common European Framework   of Reference for Languages     INDEX     • Council of Europe Policy     • CEFR: Purpose   ...
The Common European Framework   of Reference for LanguagesBut…         What is The Common European Framework of Reference ...
Council of Europe PolicyThe Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) was developed to support the Counc...
Council of Europe PolicyThe Council of Europe also attaches great importance to language learning            – To preserve...
Council of Europe Policy The Council of Europe has       principal ideasto develop its linguistic policy Which ones?      ...
Council of Europe PolicyPlurilingual and Pluricultural competencesTransparency and coherenceLearning throughout lifeMobili...
CEFR: purpose   The CEFR aims are 1. Elaboration  of    language    syllabuses and    curriculum    guidelines. 1. Design ...
CEFR: purposeThe CEFR aims to develop 4 projects                                      9
CEFR: purposeThe Portfolio                       10
CEFR: purposeThe Dialang Project                      11
CEFR: purposeCommon groups of exams                         12
CEFR: purpose     Specific documentsBut, which are the characteristics of the CEFR                                        ...
CEFR: characteristicsIn an Educative Community…Students    Teachers   Schools                       Education             ...
CEFR: characteristics But, how do we communicate…                           15
OUR COMMUNICATIONSWe use language to communicate• External and social acts                • Internal and private acts     ...
Our communicationsDimensions of our language          1. Reception          2. Production         CONTEXT          3. Inte...
Our communicationsIncludes:• Linguistic knowledge.• Use knowledge in order to  understand and produce  language.     COMMU...
Our communicationsLanguage activity always occurs in a  context that imposes conditions and  constraintsFor that reason…Th...
Our communicationsWhat is important today isNot only…       But also… But the CEFR is based in this dimensions…           ...
CEFR: dimensionsThe CEFR is based in 2 dimensions:                                     21
CEFR: dimensions                   22
CEFR: levels  Basic Userhttp://www.coe.int/t/dg4/linguistic/Source/ManualRevision-proofread-FINAL_en.pdf                  ...
CEFR: levels  Independent Userhttp://www.coe.int/t/dg4/linguistic/Source/ManualRevision-proofread-FINAL_en.pdf            ...
CEFR: levels  Proficient Userhttp://www.coe.int/t/dg4/linguistic/Source/ManualRevision-proofread-FINAL_en.pdf  And as a te...
Our piece of adviceAnd as a teachers we need to know to…             Speak English fluently             Learn     more  ...
Our piece of adviceAnd as a teachers we need to know that…   There is a new legislation that demands foreing   language te...
Our piece of adviceAnd as a teachers we need to know that…                                     28
Our piece of adviceAnd as a teachers we need to know that… There is going to be a new version of the educative website Edu...
Our piece of adviceAnd as a teachers we need to know that…                    http://www.cew.ie/services.php              ...
References• Council of Europe:                http://www.coe.int/ and  http://www.coe.int/t/dg4/linguistic/Source/ManualRe...
Thank you                                  very much                                          Mónica Herrería Andrés      ...
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    1. 1. The Common EuropeanFramework of Reference for Languages Didáctica de la Lengua InglesaSubject: Didáctica de la Lengua Inglesa 1Teacher: Mª Ángeles Hernández Polanco
    2. 2. The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages INDEX • Council of Europe Policy • CEFR: Purpose • CEFR: Characteristics • CEFR: Communication • CEFR: Dimensions • CEFR: Levels • CEFR: Our piece of advice • References 2
    3. 3. The Common European Framework of Reference for LanguagesBut… What is The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages? 3
    4. 4. Council of Europe PolicyThe Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) was developed to support the Council of Europe policy How? “providing a common basis for the elaboration of language syllabuses, curriculum guidelines, examinations, textbooks, etc. across Europe” (CEFR, p.1) 4
    5. 5. Council of Europe PolicyThe Council of Europe also attaches great importance to language learning – To preserve linguistic and cultural identity – To improve communication and mutual understanding – To combat intolerance and xenophobia 5
    6. 6. Council of Europe Policy The Council of Europe has principal ideasto develop its linguistic policy Which ones? 6
    7. 7. Council of Europe PolicyPlurilingual and Pluricultural competencesTransparency and coherenceLearning throughout lifeMobility and cooperation So, The CEFR purpose are… 7
    8. 8. CEFR: purpose The CEFR aims are 1. Elaboration of language syllabuses and curriculum guidelines. 1. Design teaching and learning materials. 1. The assessment of language proficiency 8
    9. 9. CEFR: purposeThe CEFR aims to develop 4 projects 9
    10. 10. CEFR: purposeThe Portfolio 10
    11. 11. CEFR: purposeThe Dialang Project 11
    12. 12. CEFR: purposeCommon groups of exams 12
    13. 13. CEFR: purpose Specific documentsBut, which are the characteristics of the CEFR 13
    14. 14. CEFR: characteristicsIn an Educative Community…Students Teachers Schools Education Authorities 14
    15. 15. CEFR: characteristics But, how do we communicate… 15
    16. 16. OUR COMMUNICATIONSWe use language to communicate• External and social acts • Internal and private acts 16
    17. 17. Our communicationsDimensions of our language 1. Reception 2. Production CONTEXT 3. Interaction 4. Mediation BODY LANGUAGE COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE COMPETENCE 17
    18. 18. Our communicationsIncludes:• Linguistic knowledge.• Use knowledge in order to understand and produce language. COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE COMPETENCE 18
    19. 19. Our communicationsLanguage activity always occurs in a context that imposes conditions and constraintsFor that reason…The CEFR provides mobility in EUROPE 19
    20. 20. Our communicationsWhat is important today isNot only… But also… But the CEFR is based in this dimensions… 20
    21. 21. CEFR: dimensionsThe CEFR is based in 2 dimensions: 21
    22. 22. CEFR: dimensions 22
    23. 23. CEFR: levels Basic Userhttp://www.coe.int/t/dg4/linguistic/Source/ManualRevision-proofread-FINAL_en.pdf 23
    24. 24. CEFR: levels Independent Userhttp://www.coe.int/t/dg4/linguistic/Source/ManualRevision-proofread-FINAL_en.pdf 24
    25. 25. CEFR: levels Proficient Userhttp://www.coe.int/t/dg4/linguistic/Source/ManualRevision-proofread-FINAL_en.pdf And as a teachers we need to know that… 25
    26. 26. Our piece of adviceAnd as a teachers we need to know to…  Speak English fluently  Learn more than one language  Travel abroad  Join to an European project 26
    27. 27. Our piece of adviceAnd as a teachers we need to know that… There is a new legislation that demands foreing language teachers 27
    28. 28. Our piece of adviceAnd as a teachers we need to know that… 28
    29. 29. Our piece of adviceAnd as a teachers we need to know that… There is going to be a new version of the educative website Educantabria that will work as a social network 29
    30. 30. Our piece of adviceAnd as a teachers we need to know that… http://www.cew.ie/services.php http://www.icsenglish.com/General.html http://www.nile-elt.com/content/courses.aspx There are websites that can be adequate for us in order to prepare trips to some European Countries 30
    31. 31. References• Council of Europe: http://www.coe.int/ and http://www.coe.int/t/dg4/linguistic/Source/ManualRevision-proo• The Cervantes Institute: http://cvc.cervantes.es/obref/marco/• Lingu@net Europa: http://www.linguanet-worldwide.org• MEC: “X Seminar for Administrators of Programs for International Education Cooperation”• David Little: Introduction to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages 31
    32. 32. Thank you very much Mónica Herrería Andrés Lorena Bermejo Palomino Ricarda Portilla Niembro Emilio Ramírez GonzálezSubject: Didáctica de la Lengua Inglesa 32Teacher: Mª Ángeles Hernández Polanco
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