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Action research communities for language teachers


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Success stories

The topics of the school projects range from CLIL in vocational education, to Critical Thinking in the language classroom, the use of the target language in the classroom at A2 level, Intercultural Learning and the use of New Media. The university projects focus on the role of the university teacher as a co-constructor of knowledge and on student-focussed learning. A further project developed at educational authorities looks at supporting teachers in their work through action research.

A central objective of ARC is to provide impulses to encourage teachers to engage in action research and to be confident in sharing their achievements. At this stage of the project we are very pleased to be able to show abstracts of the projects that have evolved.

During the coming year projects will be further developed and results made public.

Project abstracts

North Macedonia, Serbia: CLIL in secondary vocational schools seen through students' perspectives

Czech Republic, Poland: Challenges of CLIL teachers

Albania, Latvia, The Netherlands: Applying critical thinking strategies in vocabulary learning and teaching

Liechtenstein, Lithuania: Verstärktes Nutzen der Zielsprache im Deutschunterricht (available in German)

Ireland: Does teaching vocabulary noticing strategies lead to learner autonomy?

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Greece: Using EPOSTL as a self-reflection tool for improving pre-service and in-service teacher competences

Austria, Denmark, Montenegro: Intercultural projects in English lessons

Slovenia, Switzerland: LehrerInnen als Ko-KonstrukteurInnen von Wissen: Dialogische mündliche Interaktion als ein Coaching-Instrument in der Ausbildung (available in German)

Croatia, Iceland: Using news media and Facebook in cross-cultural links

Finland, France: How do different types of student-centred activities function in the classroom of German as a foreign language

Reports of good practice examples

Alfredson, Inge
Intercultural projects in English lessons

Kenny, Mary; Puig, Kenia
Does teaching vocabulary noticing strategies lead to greater learner autonomy?

Jacquin, Marianne
L'entretien après une leçon observée comme outil de formation: quelles transformations chez la formatrice et les stagiaires? (available in French)

Kasumagić-Kafedžić, Larisa
Using EPOSTL as a self-reflection tool for improving pre-service and in-service teachers’ competences

Maver, Magda
Using New Media & Facebook for cross-cultural interaction in the language classroom

Sédilot-Gasmi, Noëlle
L’expérimentation du projet "Learning environments where modern languages flourish (EOL) : comment et pourquoi enseigner autrement www.ecml.at/Learningenvironments (available in French)


 




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