Revistes Catalanes amb Accés Obert (RACO)

Una propuesta de adaptación del Marco Europeo para los ESL

Elizabeth Coelho, Judith Oller, Josep M. Serra


This article deals with the evaluation of the linguistic progress of immigrant or minority students who start learning the language of the school years after their native born peers; whether the language be Catalan, Castilian, or another language of the country or a foreign language, as in CLIL classrooms where they vehicular language is English or French, for example. These students (herein they will called SSL: Students of a Second
Language or an additional language for school purposes) bear a double burden, simultaneously learning curriculum content and the vehicular language of the school. It is important to follow the progress of SSL to know how and when to adapt the curriculum so that it is achievable for SSL with various levels of language proficiency and to ensure that these students continue to develop their language skills until they reach the same level as their peers of the same age.

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Bellaterra Journal of Teaching & Learning Language & Literature (BJTLLL)

ISSN 2013-6196
Legal Deposit Number (Spain) B. 23873-2013
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