Title: WebCEF : On-line Collaboration and Oral Assessment within the Common European Framework of Reference
Authors: Baten, Lut ×
Osborne, John
Hymers D'Silva, Yvette #
Issue Date: 2009
Series Title: Cercles
Abstract: As mobility has become a regular feature of learning throughout Europe, a need has grown for commonly recognised benchmarking of language skills, i.e. the Common European Framework of Reference for Language (CEFR). However carefully the scales have been formulated, overlaps and ambiguities remain. Consequently, for newcomers to the field and for daily classroom practice, there is a threshold for reliable implementation of the CEFR. Even experienced teachers may feel the need to check how their evaluations compare with those of colleagues in their own or other European countries. Hence, the question arises of how teachers, teacher trainees, and students can be helped to incorporate the CEFR when assessing language proficiency. In this article by means of concrete cases we we show how WebCEF can be used an an online tool for oral (self-)assessment
Publication status: submitted
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Leuven Language Institute (ILT)
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