The e-lang project (“Digital literacy for the teaching and learning of languages”) has developed, on the basis of the action-oriented approach of the CEFR, a pedagogical approach for the use of digital tools and resources in the context of language teaching and learning. The objective is to help learners become competent and autonomous language users and digital citizens.
By focusing on “real-world” tasks, carried out online on participatory sites, the e-lang approach emphasizes the importance of social interactions in human communication and action.
Teachers will be able to explore and familiarise themselves with this approach by using
- the didactic framework presented in the publication Towards a socio-interactional approach to foster autonomy in language learners and users; and
- the modules on the e-training Moodle platform.
In addition, a guide is available for those who wish to facilitate a training session using the e-lang modules with a specific group of teachers.