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English Language Teaching in the European Credit Transfer System

Facing the Challenge

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Maria Luisa Pérez Cañado

Contents: Francisco Michavila: Preface – María Luisa Pérez Cañado: Introduction and Overview – Ian Tudor/Wolfgang Mackiewicz: Bologna and Languages: Reference Points for Higher Education Language Policy Development – Antonio Bueno González/Jesús M. Nieto García: English Language Teaching in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA): Towards Uniformity or Diversity? – Mike Fleming: Perspectives on the Use of Competence Statements in the Teaching of the English Language – Jesús Pérez González: Competencies in Language Teaching: From their Conceptualisation to their Concretion in the Curriculum – María Luisa Pérez Cañado/Paige D. Ware: Why CMC and VLE are Especially Suited to the ECTS: The Case of Telecollaboration in English Studies – Alfonso Ceballos Muñoz/Carmen Fernández Martín: Across the Curriculum: English Transverse Activities in ECTS – Barry Pennock-Speck: European Convergence and the Role of ICT in English Studies at the Universitat de València: Lessons Learned and Prospects for the Future – Rubén Chacón-Beltrán: Learner Autonomy and Lifelong Learning: Technological Solutions in the European Higher Education Area – James Lawley: An EFL Grammar Checker that Really Works: Making Bologna Come True – Kent Löfgren/Terence Karran: Using Assessment with ECTS: Untangling the Knots – Daniel Madrid/Stephen Hughes: The Implementation of the European Credit Transfer System in Initial Foreign Language Teacher Training.