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LINGUIST List 20.2852

Sun Aug 23 2009

Confs: Applied Linguistics, English, French, German, Italian/Italy

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        1.    Fiona Dalziel, The Role of the Common European Framework of Reference

Message 1: The Role of the Common European Framework of Reference
Date: 20-Aug-2009
From: Fiona Dalziel <amministrazione.claunipd.it>
Subject: The Role of the Common European Framework of Reference
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The Role of the Common European Framework of Reference

Date: 17-Sep-2009 - 19-Sep-2009
Location: Padua, Italy
Contact: Fiona Dalziel
Contact Email: amministrazione.claunipd.it
Meeting URL: http://claweb.cla.unipd.it/cmsconv/

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Subject Language(s): English (eng)
French (fra)
German, Standard (deu)
Italian (ita)

Meeting Description:

This Seminar, jointly organized by Padua University Language Centre and CercleS
(European Confederation of Language Centres in Higher Education), is a follow-up
to the one held at University College Dublin Applied Language Centre in June
2007, the first international academic event to focus specifically on the role
of the ELP (European Language Portfolio) in higher education.

The Seminar aims to give those involved in university language education in
Europe the opportunity to share research, ideas and practical experiences
regarding the impact and the applications of the CEFR and the ELP. It is hoped
that this will help participants to consolidate and to further develop their
work with these tools at their own institutions, thus contributing to the CEFR's
aim of "promoting international cooperation in the field of modern languages".

Thursday 17 September 2009


Welcome and introductions


Opening keynote speech:
Manuela Guilherme, Centro de Estudos Sociais, University of Coimbra

Friday 18 September 2009

Keynote speech: Maria Giuseppa Lo Duca, University of Padua

Parallel sessions

Coffee break

Parallel sessions


Keynote speech: Waldemar Martyniuk, Director ECML, Graz

Parallel sessions

Coffee break

Parallel sessions

Saturday 19 September 2009

Keynote speech: David Little, University College Dublin

Coffee break

Discussion panel

Closing remarks
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