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The CEFR as an aid to learning and assessment for literary and cultural studies in the modern languages: Challenges, opportunities, practices

7th June

Learning Outcomes:

Upon completion participants

  • Have a more developed understanding of the implications of the CEFR for the teaching and assessment of literary and cultural content in the modern languages
  • Have had an opportunity to reflect critically on their pedagogical strategies for linking the study of language with that of literary and cultural content
  • Have contributed to the clarification and consolidation of sector-wide practices in this regard across the Irish HE sector, with a focus
    on identifying current, and evolving, best practice(s)
  • Revised or developed a set of assessment strategies for literary and cultural content in the modern languages classroom, in which the CEFR is a structuring consideration
  • Explored the potential of the CEFR as a basis for student engagement and autonomous learning in the literary and cultural
    components of modern languages degree programmes

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Michael G. Kelly