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New CEFRIO publication on networked English language teaching in rural schools

CEFRIO is today publishing a case study entitled “Networked English Teaching in Rural Schools - Different Perspectives for Enriching the Learning Environment of Second Language Students in Quebec. "

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CEFRIO is today publishing a case study entitled “ Networked English Teaching in Rural Schools - Different Perspectives for Enriching the Learning Environment of Second Language Students in Quebec. "
Inspired by the model of the'' CEFRIO Network School (ÉER), this case study presents the observations of two years of experimentation in the context of teaching English in elementary school, including the organization of multi-age classes in rural schools in Quebec.
CEFRIO wanted to document this practice in order to allow the different communities to benefit from the experience of the School in a network. Two observations were particularly targeted:
  • The different possible configurations for the multi-age class with the use of the ERA model in the teaching of intensive English.
  • Action to help school boards use the ERA model in the context of teaching English and identify promising models.
In this case study, you will find, among other things, the main observations resulting from this experiment and recommendations to be developed in order to improve the learning of English as a second language in a multi-age class.
This publication can be viewed online at: http://cefr.io/amr. It is also attached to this email in PDF format.
To find out more about L'École en Réseau, visit: https://eer.qc.ca/

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