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The work of the ECML represents a collective effort and determination to enhance the quality in language education at challenging times. The publications illustrate the dedication and active involvement of all those who participated in a series of international projects and training and consultancy activities. The promotion of the programme outputs and their adaptation to different learning environments is supported through National Contact Points in each of the member states of the Centre. Read more

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Towards a socio-interactional approach to foster autonomy in language learners and users

This book has been produced as part of the e-lang project “Digital literacy for the teaching and learning of languages” (project of the European Centre for Modern Languages within its “Languages at the heart of learning” programme 2016-2019). It is intended for language teachers and future language teachers, as well as researchers interested in this topic who wish to explore the pedagogical principles of the e-lang project.

The book explores a possible evolution of the action-oriented approach and the tasks associated to it as presented in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). It introduces a socio-interactional approach to language teaching and learning and a new type of task to be implemented on the Web 2.0: real-world tasks. The overall objective is to enable learners to start being language users at a very early stage in their learning path. Through real-world tasks, they will engage in activities taking place beyond the classroom and learn to fully take into consideration the social interactions that determine action and communication. Furthermore, they will learn to become digital citizens equipped with strong digital literacy skills.

Target group(s): teachersteacher educators

Publication year: 2018

Author(s): Christian Ollivier

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