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Multilingualism and Mobility in Europe

Policies and Practices


Edited By Kristine Horner, Ingrid de Saint-Georges and Jean-Jacques Weber

How do individuals experience multilingualism and mobility in the context of Europeanization and globalisation? The contributors explore language-in-education policies and family language policies, as well as the complex interface between multilingualism and space. They provide fresh insights on key issues in sociolinguistics, multilingualism and language policy via discussion of rich qualitative data. The multiple sites analysed in the chapters are located in France, Germany, Luxembourg, Hungary and Moldova. Some of the chapters dealing with France, including one about the overseas French territory of La Réunion, are written in French.
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L’enseignement du chinois standard en France: Politiques linguistiques et les enjeux éducatifs


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L’enseignement du chinois standard en France: politiques linguistiques et enjeux éducatifs1


This chapter describes the teaching of Standard Chinese as a foreign language in France and analyses how the key notions of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), such as plurilingual repertoire and plurilingual competence, are introduced in the official curricula, from elementary school to high school, since the integration of the CEFR in the teaching of foreign languages.

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