The CEFR in Practice
The CEFR in Practice covers the four main areas with which the CEFR is concerned: its role as a common framework, the Common Reference Levels, what the CEFR implies for planning and teaching, and assessment of CEFR levels. Each chapter is organised into three sections: Essentials, to introduce the relevance of the CEFR to the topic concerned; More detail, to give examples of the implementation of the framework; and Issues, a discursive section with a focus on misconceptions of the CEFR and how these could be addressed. The conclusion discusses the extent to which the CEFR is generating change, the priorities for curriculum development in the future and how the framework can be further exploited and developed.
- Provides detailed background information on the CEFR and its practical impact.
- Features an overview of the wide range of theoretical debate and interpretations surrounding the framework.
- Discusses how the framework may change and develop, based on current theories and empirical evidence.
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