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Thematic collections: Presentation and evaluation of work carried out by the ECML from 1995 to 1999
David Newby

The years 1995-1999 represented a period of considerable importance, both for the European Centre for Modern Languages (ECML) and for language teaching in general. In this time, following the launch of the ECML, it held a large number of workshops, initiated and supported research and development networks to promote language learning and teaching on a European scale. As this first period of the Centre's life drew to a close, the need was felt to take stock of and summarise the contribution that the ECML had made to these innovative areas and to make the results of its activities available to a wider audience. Whilst individual workshop reports existed, it was necessary to provide a coherent overview of the various thematic areas which had formed the core of the work of the ECML workshops. These were: Bilingual Education, Learner Autonomy, Teacher Education, Information and Communication Media/Technologies, Intercultural Awareness, Early Language Learning. To this end, five experts were commissioned to contribute a summary of work in these areas: so-called Thematic Collections. The results of their work are presented in this volume.

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