Best practice: teaching and learning with the Common European Framework of Reference

How do we know that our learners are on the right level, or have achived the level of a course?
This session will focus on the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) and how it can be used to enhance your teaching and encourage your learners, as well as increase their proficiency. We will explore the CEFR descriptors and how they can help you to establish and evaluate your learners' language level taking into account language skills and communicative competences, and also how they can help you to choose appropriate materials and activities for your learners. We will also examine how the "Can Do" statements and approach encourage a positive basis for learning, and why this is essential for effective learning. And finally we will look at how the very practical approach taken within the CEFR is reflected in coursebooks, using examples from the "Let's Enjoy English" and "Empower" series.
This workshop is kindly sponsored by Ernst Klett Sprachen.
It is not possible to book this course online. Please contact us via telephone.
Friday, 25.01.2019
14:00 – 17:00 hrs
Course Number H581230
Teacher Anna Wilby
Duration 2019-01-25T14:00:0025.01.2019
Location MünchenGasteig, Rosenheimer Str. 5
Fees Free of charge
No. of Places Places available
Maximum Number of Participants: 20
Accessibility Entrance to the venue has disabled access (restrictions within the building possible)