Take part in the webinar “PALINGUI – Language learning pathways of young children: How to make language learning visible”: Thursday 5 March, 15:30-16:30 (CET)

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webinar (Nick Youngson CC by 3.0 http://www.creative-commons-images.com/clipboard/webinar.html)

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Please note that the webinar is limited to 150 places, so early registration is recommended.

Language:
The webinar will be in English and French.

Language learning pathways are becoming more and more diverse as a result of linguistic and cultural diversity. This diversity means that young people can grow up with multiple languages and cultures, different practices and customs, as well as different ways of speaking and writing.

The new PALINGUI project of the European Centre for Modern Languages of the Council of Europe (ECML) will be looking at these diverse linguistic journeys of young learners and how to make these visible.

If these questions are relevant to you, the project team would like to invite you to join them to discuss the main ideas of the PA-LINGUI project and to share your experiences of observing, evaluating and documenting language learning in young children. Your input will help the team to understand and consider, from the start, the needs of education professionals as well as existing practices in member states.

We hope you will be able to join us:

The webinar will also refer to the recently published results of the ECML project conducted by the team: “Inspiring language learning in the early years”.

Please note that the ECML will not issue a certificate of participation for this webinar.

(Source: https://www.ecml.at/News3/TabId/643/ArtMID/2666/ArticleID/1582/Take-part-in-the-webinar-PALINGUI-%E2%80%93-Language-learning-pathways-of-young-children-How-to-make-language-learning-visible-Thursday-5-March-1530-1630-CET.aspx)

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