Plurilingualism in the classroom
Plurilingualism and pluriculturalism aim to capture the holistic nature of individual language users/learners linguistic and cultural repertoires. In this view, learners/users seen as social agents draw upon all sorts of resources in their linguistic and cultural repertoires and further develop these resources in their trajectories. Plurilingualism/pluriculturalism stresses the dynamic use of multiple languages/varieties and cultural knowledge, awareness and/or experience in social situations.
Developing plurilingualism in the classroom: From reflection to action (CEFR Webinar Series 2021: Enrica Picccardo)
Engaging learners’ plurilingual and pluricultural competence: Online and face-to-face practice in secondary and tertiary language classrooms (CEFR Webinar Series 2021: Angelica Galante)
Putting plurilingual education into practice in primary and secondary schools (CEFR Webinar Series 2021: Joanna Durate)
Assessing plurilingualism: An example from practice (CEFR Online Workshop Series 2022: Belinda Steinhuber)
“In Venlo gibt es viel Niederländisch, aber auch Englisch und Deutsch” – A workshop on receptive plurilingualism in the neighbour language (2022: Sabine Jentges et al.). Ch. 5 in Enriching 21st century language education: The CEFR Companion volume in practice
Implementing plurilingual oral exams and plurilingual lessons in Austrian upper secondary vocational colleges (2022: Belinder Steinhuber). Ch. 6 in Enriching 21st century language education: The CEFR Companion volume in practice