Aim and specific objectives

Aim
 
 
The aim of the ClassRelEx Project is to assist teacher trainers at developing training materials enabling teachers to develop classroom assessment that is related to Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). This material is to be based on the Manual for linking examinations to the CEFR, published by the Council of Europe in 2009.
Specific objectives
  1. Planning activities and preparing workshop materials for an introduction to the Manual and its five stages in the linking process
  2. Developing materials to illustrate the process of linking classroom assessment to the CEFR based on the procedures in the Manual 

 

  1. Running a workshop with participants nominated by the 34 member states of the ECML

 

  1. Collecting and analysing feedback
  2. Preparing an introductory document accompanying the Manual 
  3. Preparing a Final Report
  4. Web-based documentation

 

 

Aim
 
 
The aim of the project is to prepare training material and provide training in relating national language examinations to the CEFR based on the stages and procedures specified in the final version of the Council of Europe Manual (to be published in 2008).
Specific objectives
  1. Planning activities and preparing workshop materials for each of the four stages of the training: (1) Familiarisation with the Descriptive Scheme and the Common Reference Level system of the CEFR; (2) Specification of the examination content in categories of the CEFR; (3) Standardisation of the interpretation of the Common Reference Levels, using illustrative test items and samples of performances already calibrated to the CEFR; (4) Empirical Validation of the relationship to the levels of the CEFR;
 
  1. Running a workshop with participants nominated by the 33 member states of the ECML;
  2. Collecting and analysing feedback;
  3. Preparing final report;
  4. Web-based documentation.

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