Research for CULT Committee - Language Teaching and Learning within EU Member States

15-06-2016

This briefing note provides an overview of available resources offering case studies of innovative projects and initiatives as well as examples of good practice aiming to improve the quality of language teaching and learning within EU Member States. A summary of results delivered by recent studies and surveys on comparability of national language assessment regimes is offered as well. In conclusion, recommendations are formulated on which of the European Strategy's on Multilingualism objectives need support more urgently in relation to the findings.

This briefing note provides an overview of available resources offering case studies of innovative projects and initiatives as well as examples of good practice aiming to improve the quality of language teaching and learning within EU Member States. A summary of results delivered by recent studies and surveys on comparability of national language assessment regimes is offered as well. In conclusion, recommendations are formulated on which of the European Strategy's on Multilingualism objectives need support more urgently in relation to the findings.

Autor extern

Waldemar Martyniuk (Center for Polish Language and Culture ; Language Centre of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland)