Council of Europe resources
PluriMobil - Plurilingual and intercultural learning through mobility
PluriMobil is a teaching tool that offers activities and materials to support the plurilingual and intercultural learning of students for the phases before, during and after a mobility activity. This tool can be adapted to multiple mobility projects across all educational levels. PluriMobil offers a set of practical training tools to plan your mobility project.
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Plurilingual and intercultural competences: Descriptors and teaching materials (FREPA)
This publication opens ways for implementing pluralistic approaches in classrooms in order to develop the plurilingual and intercultural competences of learners of all subjects. The term pluralistic approaches to languages and cultures refers to didactic approaches which involve the use of more than one / several varieties of languages or cultures simultaneously during the teaching process.
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Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, assessment - Companion volume (2020)
The CEFR Companion volume broadens the scope of language education. It reflects academic and societal developments since the publication of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and updates the 2001 version. It owes much to the contributions of members of the language teaching profession across Europe and beyond.
Language for work
This website contains a comprehensive set of resources, outlining both competences and examples of practice. At the same time, it acts as a platform for an active network of professionals in the field, where teachers, learning providers, employers and authorities can share expertise and develop practice.
Europe offers a rich diversity of approaches to learning, labour market structures and policies. The Language for Work network helps professionals working in this field to benefit from that diversity.
Different approaches and practices to support language learning have been developed across Europe in response to very different realities. Language for Work presents a range of possible solutions to the challenges of supporting work-related L2 development by migrants and ethnic communities as a source of inspiration. Experience proves that such practice examples can trigger new local solutions and create innovation.