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The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

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    • 1. The Common EuropeanFramework of Reference for Languages Didáctica de la Lengua InglesaSubject: Didáctica de la Lengua Inglesa 1Teacher: Mª Ángeles Hernández Polanco
    • 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. The Common European Framework of Reference for LanguagesBut… What is The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages? 3
    • 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. 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. Council of Europe Policy The Council of Europe has principal ideasto develop its linguistic policy Which ones? 6
    • 7. Council of Europe PolicyPlurilingual and Pluricultural competencesTransparency and coherenceLearning throughout lifeMobility and cooperation So, The CEFR purpose are… 7
    • 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. CEFR: purposeThe CEFR aims to develop 4 projects 9
    • 10. CEFR: purposeThe Portfolio 10
    • 11. CEFR: purposeThe Dialang Project 11
    • 12. CEFR: purposeCommon groups of exams 12
    • 13. CEFR: purpose Specific documentsBut, which are the characteristics of the CEFR 13
    • 14. CEFR: characteristicsIn an Educative Community…Students Teachers Schools Education Authorities 14
    • 15. CEFR: characteristics But, how do we communicate… 15
    • 16. OUR COMMUNICATIONSWe use language to communicate• External and social acts • Internal and private acts 16
    • 17. Our communicationsDimensions of our language 1. Reception 2. Production CONTEXT 3. Interaction 4. Mediation BODY LANGUAGE COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE COMPETENCE 17
    • 18. Our communicationsIncludes:• Linguistic knowledge.• Use knowledge in order to understand and produce language. COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE COMPETENCE 18
    • 19. Our communicationsLanguage activity always occurs in a context that imposes conditions and constraintsFor that reason…The CEFR provides mobility in EUROPE 19
    • 20. Our communicationsWhat is important today isNot only… But also… But the CEFR is based in this dimensions… 20
    • 21. CEFR: dimensionsThe CEFR is based in 2 dimensions: 21
    • 22. CEFR: dimensions 22
    • 23. CEFR: levels Basic Userhttp://www.coe.int/t/dg4/linguistic/Source/ManualRevision-proofread-FINAL_en.pdf 23
    • 24. CEFR: levels Independent Userhttp://www.coe.int/t/dg4/linguistic/Source/ManualRevision-proofread-FINAL_en.pdf 24
    • 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. 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. Our piece of adviceAnd as a teachers we need to know that… There is a new legislation that demands foreing language teachers 27
    • 28. Our piece of adviceAnd as a teachers we need to know that… 28
    • 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. 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. 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. 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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