Sat, 29/09/2012 - Thu, 28/02/2013
Parution du n° 3/2012 des Langues Modernes : « L’« autonomie » en langues : processus et dispositifs d’apprentissage »
Ce numéro a été coordonné par Monica Masperi.
Les Editions maisons des langues rejoignent le Réseau des associations de professeurs de langues en Europe. Découvrez cette maison d'édition au service des professeurs de langues étrangères.
Francophonie is the journal for teachers of French at all levels and in all sectors.
The European Commission (EC) has recently published a handbook on language learning at pre-primary school level
This revision of the Nuremberg Recommendations for Early Foreign Language Learning presents a contemporary perspective on the intricate web of factors involved in early foreign language learning, with the aim of showing both potential and needs of a four- to ten-year-old child during learning.
The European Commission has published a new study on translation and multilingualism entitled 'Lingua Franca: Chimera or Reality'. Starting from a historical perspective, the paper looks into the pros and cons of a lingua franca.
Understanding builds trust and facilitate cooperation. This also applies to the implementation of the Lifelong Learning Programme. CEDEFOP (European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training) recently published a new version of its glossary, which focuses on "Quality in Education and Training" and contributes to a better understanding among educational actors.
The brain can learn a new word in less than 15 minutes, according to scientists, whose finding will rob many of the excuse that they can't learn a foreign language.
The research has been published in the Journal of Neuroscience on 15 December 2010. By Stephen Adams, Medical Correspondent.
LINEE (Languages in a Network of European Excellence) is a European scientific network of 9 European universities, involving around 80 researchers. It started in 2006 with funding of the European Framework programme for Research and investigates linguistic diversity in Europe.
For the first time on 4 March 2011 during the Bremer symposium, the Bremer Forschungspreis from the AKS for scientific researches about foreign language learning and teaching in Universities will be awarded.