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Common European Framework

The Common European Framework of Reference is a framework developed by the European Union and is designed to provides a basis for the mutual recognition of language qualifications and thus to facilitate educational and occupational mobility. It is increasingly used in the reform of national curricula and to compare language certificates.
 
It is a useful document for all language educators because, in Chapter 5, it details the competences for language learners at each level. 
 
The document has over 260 pages so you may prefer to look first at the website.  Click here if you would like to go to the website. 
 
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Ruth Goode,
Oct 2, 2009, 5:08 PM
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