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Aligning Tests with the CEFR

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Aligning Tests with the CEFR

Aligning Tests with the CEFR
Reflections on Using the Council of Europe's Draft Manual


Waldemar Martyniuk


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January 2011

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The Council of Europe released a preliminary version of the Manual for Relating Language Examinations to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) in 2003. A variety of institutions and individuals conducted case studies to pilot this draft version, prior to its revision in 2008/9. This volume features selected case studies presented at a colloquium in Cambridge in December 2007, where practitioners and academics shared their experiences of applying the Manual procedures. Projects included the linking of a single test to the CEFR, the linking of suites of examinations at different levels and large-scale national studies undertaken by examination boards and specialist research institutes. As well as describing their approaches and reporting their findings, contributors reflect and comment on their experience of using the draft Manual. An introductory chapter explains the development of the CEFR and the draft Manual, discussing their relevance for the future.

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  • Explains clearly and comprehensively the development of the CEFR and the Manual.
  • Describes in detail actual attempts to align tests to the CEFR in different countries and contexts.
  • Reflects and comments critically on the various methodological approaches included in the Manual.

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