This section contains resources for language teacher associations as well as resources for language teachers. They are free of charge but you must be logged in to view them and only REAL associations and their members have full access.
Wendy Newman, Professional Officer at the Association for Language Learning, UK ran a workshop on the topic of diversifying association’s income sources at the REAL Seminar 'Making It REAL' held at CIEP in November 2011.
Quality assurance in language teaching is a key priority across Europe. It is also an essential issue for those seeking to take to apply for European project funding. In this article, Stéphanie Favre looks at the challenges of quality and the different levels at which it can be applied.
As part of the REAL Seminar "Making It REAL" held in Sèvres, France on 7-8 November 2011, members of the REAL Team took a look at how the innovative cloud computing tools provided by Google might facilitate the management of an association.
Alix Creuzé and Sarah Dosch from the Institut Français present a website designed for learning French and developing intercultural skills : 'Vivre en Aquitaine'. This workshop was run at the REAL-TICE seminar in June 2011 in Madrid.
Silvia Minardi (REAL President) looks at how pupils' reading skills can be developed. The workshop presentation was given at the seminar organised by the European Network of Language Teacher Associations: REAL "REAL-CEFR: The Common European Framework for Languages: from theory to practice, Grenoble (France)" in August 2011.
Dans le cadre de l'apprentissage / enseignement des langues, les médias représentent avant tout une source inépuisable de documents et de lieux de rencontre de la langue cible. Ils permettent d'accéder à des connaissances autres que linguistiques et de trouver des supports d'apprentissage en lien étroit avec les objectifs ou les intérêts thématiques de chaque groupe d'apprenants. Michel Boiron, directeur du CAVILAM, revient sur cette thématique.
Silvia Minardi (REAL President) discusses Assessment within the European Framework of Reference for Languages. The presentation was given at the seminar organised by the European Network of Language Teacher Associations: REAL "REAL-CEFR: The Common European Framework for Languages: from theory to practice, Grenoble (France)" on 25 August 2011.
Ten years after the publication of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) in 2001, what changes can we observe in language teaching, in teacher training and in the skills' evaluation in Europe? Analyses and points of view.
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