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This section contains all publications produced to date by the ECML. The publications can  be downloaded free of charge in pdf format from the 'details' page of each publication.
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Using the European Portfolio for Student Teachers of Languages (EPOSTL)
Anne-Brit Fenner, Barry Jones, David Newby

Publication year: 2011

Complementing the ECML publication European Portfolio for Student Teachers of Languages (EPOSTL) a set of tools is available to facilitate the implementation of the EPOSTL in teacher education.

Languages: English, Arabic

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Languages for social cohesion: Language education in a multilingual and multicultural Europe
David Newby, Hermine Penz

Publication year: 2009

The ECML’s “Languages for social cohesion” programme (2004-2007) involved approximately 4500 language professionals from Europe and beyond. This publication focuses on key developments in language education promoted through the work of the European Centre for Modern Languages of the Council of Europe (ECML).

Languages: English, French

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EPOSTL - A reflection tool for language teacher education
David Newby

Publication year: 2007

EPOSTL has had a major influence on teacher education and has already been translated into several languages. It contains an overview of the competences needed by teachers and is a tool for self-assessment for student teachers and for practising teachers. The Portfolio provides checklists relating to the specific competences for planning and teaching lessons, for assessment, methodology and use of resources, as well as a dossier to prompt reflection.

Themes:
Portfolios

Languages: English, French, German, Hungarian, Spanish, Polish, Italian, Lithuanian, Greek, Croatian, Russian, Arabic, Romanian, Japanese, Japanese, Japanese, Japanese, Japanese, Japanese, other Languages, other Languages

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Thematic collections: Presentation and evaluation of work carried out by the ECML from 1995 to 1999
David Newby

Publication year: 2003

The years 1995-1999 represented a period of considerable importance, both for the European Centre for Modern Languages (ECML) and for language teaching in general. In this time, following the launch of the ECML, it held a large number of workshops, initiated and supported research and development networks to promote language learning and teaching on a European scale.

Languages: English, French

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Mediating between theory and practice in the context of different learning cultures and languages
David Newby

Publication year: 2000

In the last few years a wide variety of methods and approaches to teaching and learning foreign languages has been proposed by methodologists and applied linguists.from views of the nature of language and resulting descriptive models;from theories of and research into second-language acquisition;from views of how teachers can facilitate learning processes -i.e.methodology.

Languages: English, German

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Approaches to materials design in European textbooks: Implementing principles of authenticity, learner autonomy and cultural awareness
Anne-Brit Fenner, David Newby

Publication year: 1999

The publication sets out to present some of the principal theoretical issues underlying the topics in question and how authors attempt to implement aspects of these theories in their own work.

Languages: English, French

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