[lg policy] European Centre for Modern Languages publications

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 Language learning and teaching in the context of twin cities
Gilbert Dalgalian
  The twinning of cities and municipalities possibly represents the largest
platform for encounter and mutual acquaintance established in modern times.

Languages: English, French
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 Languages for social cohesion: Language education in a multilingual and
multicultural Europe
David Newby, Hermine Penz
  The ECML’s “Languages for social cohesion” programme (2004-2007) involved
approximately 4500 language professionals from Europe and beyond. This
publication focuses on key developments in language education promoted
through the work of the European Centre for Modern Languages of the Council
of Europe (ECML).

Languages: English, French
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 Literacy and linguistic diversity in a global perspective : an
intercultural exchange with African countries
Neville Alexander , Brigitta Busch
  This publication reflects the outcomes of a project which brought together
experts and practitioners in the field of linguistic diversity and literacy
from European and African countries with a view to opening a dialogue, to
taking a comparative perspective and defining possible areas of mutually
enriching co-operation and exchange.

Languages: English, French
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 Neighbouring language teaching in border regions
Ruud Halink
  Europe is rapidly developing, particularly in its border regions. It is
precisely in these areas that the need for knowledge of neighbouring
languages is both at its strongest and most varied. Approaches adapted to
their specific situation are required in order for these regions to quickly
become real-life language learning laboratories and centres of innovation.

Languages: English
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 Promoting linguistic diversity and whole-school development
Antoinette Camilleri Grima
  Ensemble – whole school language profiles and policies – looks at areas of
innovative practice in several European countries, and presents a number of
case studies from several European countries, describing different
approaches to involving all the stakeholders in fostering linguistic
diversity – including parents and the community, heads of schools – and
illustrating the need for “whole” school approaches.

Languages: French, English
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 The organisation of language education in small states
Francesca Junyent Montagne
  The experiences of small States in the area of the organization and set-up
of language education may in certain respects differ substantially from the
experiences of larger states. Considering the importance that is attributed,
on a European scale, of linguistic and cultural diversity, to the promotion
of education for plurilingualism in general, and to the promotion of
diversification in language teaching, especially for lesser used languages,
experiences of these countries are of particular interest. It has been
demonstrated that through choice or necessity plurilingualism constitutes
one of their major assets.

Languages: English, French
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 VALEUR - Valuing all languages in Europe
Joanna McPake, Teresa Tinsley
  The aim of the Valeur was to raise awareness of the “additional” languages
– those which are not national and regional languages – used in Europe, and
collate information about the educational provision made for them. A flyer
describes the educational, social and cognitive benefits of plurilingualism
and a report includes country by country details of the languages in use,
together with recommendations on educational policies to deal with the
issues arising from linguistic diversity.

Languages: English, French, Hungarian
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