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CARAP/FREPA - A Framework of Reference for Pluralistic Approaches
Antoinette Camilleri Grima, Michel Candelier, Véronique Castellotti, Jean-François de Pietro, Ildikó Lőrincz, Franz-Joseph Meißner, Muriel Molinié, Artur Noguerol, Anna Schröder-Sura

Publication year: 2012

This publication opens ways for implementing pluralistic approaches in classrooms in order to develop the plurilingual and intercultural competences of learners of all subjects.

Languages: English, French, Arabic, Spanish, German, Italian

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Promoting linguistic diversity and whole-school development
Antoinette Camilleri Grima

Publication year: 2007

Ensemble – whole school language profiles and policies – looks at areas of innovative practice in several European countries, and presents a number of case studies from several European countries, describing different approaches to involving all the stakeholders in fostering linguistic diversity – including parents and the community, heads of schools – and illustrating the need for “whole” school approaches.

Languages: French, English

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How strange! The use of anecdotes in the development of intercultural competence
Antoinette Camilleri Grima

Publication year: 2000

Successful communication presupposes a good degree of social understanding and sharing of meaning and therefore participating in a community's life via another language necessitates not only an acceptable level of proficiency in that language, but also an extended behavioural code. What kind of cultural set-backs do language learners face when visiting the target country, or even in interacting with native speakers of a language?

Languages: English, French

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Introducing learner autonomy in teacher education
Antoinette Camilleri Grima

Publication year: 1999

Introducing Learner Autonomy in Teacher Education is the first in a series of six studies by the ECML and was initiated during workshop No. 3/97 `Language and Cultural Awareness in Language Learning/Teaching for the development of Learner Autonomy´, which was held in Graz. An international network was set up and supported by the ECML. Its aim was to produce and test in-service and pre-service teacher-training modules and implement learner autonomy.

Languages: English, French

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