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Graduatoria vincitori Laboratorio di Lingua e Cultura Giapponese


Aprile 3, 2019


In allegato la graduatoria dei vincitori che potranno partecipare al laboratorio di Lingua e Cultura Giapponese organizzato dal CLA.

Si precisa che la graduatoria è stata formata rispettando i seguenti criteri nel seguente ordine: 

- priorità agli studenti universitari UniCal;

- l'ordine temporale dell'arrivo delle manifestazione di interesse online.

Sono state accettare le prime 40 richieste di iscrizioneNon sarà richiesta alcuna quota di iscrizione.

A breve il CLA contatterà direttamente via mail i vincitori per ulteriori informazioni sulla data di inizio e sul calendario delle esercitazioni.

Qualora vi fosse qualche rinuncia, il Centro Linguistico di Ateneo potrà fare scorrere la graduatoria dando ad altri l'opportunità di partecipare.

Ringraziamo tutti per la manifestazione di interesse dimostrata e, a coloro che non potranno partecipare in questa fase, ricordiamo che una nuova Call sarà aperta ad inizio del prossimo Anno Accademico. Vi invitiamo, quindi, a prestare attenzione agli avvisi che saranno pubblicati sul sito del CLA nei prossimi mesi.


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Attività ENGLISH TUTORIAL CORNER Lingua Inglese


Marzo 13, 2019


Si informano gli interessati (studenti Fuori Corso dei dipartimenti DIATIC, DIMEG e DINCI) che le attività del servizio English Tutorial Corner per la Lingua Inglese si terranno ogni:

-  lunedì dalle 10.00 alle 12.00;

- giovedì dalle 11.30 alle 13.30.

Il servizio si svolge presso il CLA, cubo 17A - Piano terra.


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TEASIG Webinar "A CEFR Special – The new Companion Volume highlighted"


Feb. 18, 2019


TEASIG Webinar "A CEFR Special – The new Companion Volume highlighted"

Date: 19th Feb 2019     Time: 1700-1830 UK Local time (1800-1930 CET)

TEASIG's first webinar of 2019 offers two presentations aimed at teachers and testers with the chance to learn a little bit more from two speakers actively involved with the new CEFR Companion Volume.

The CEFR is part of our everyday language and has been since 2001 and is available in 40 languages. Recent evolutions and development of assessing languages within socio-cultural contexts has necessitated a fresh look at the original illustrative scales with descriptors for mediation, reactions to literature and online interaction, to produce versions for young learners and for sign languages, as well as to develop more detailed coverage in the descriptors for A1 and the C levels. The net result of this evolution is the CEFR Companion Volume. It has been particularly welcomed by those concerned with online interaction, collaborative learning and mediating text, as well as the importance that policy makers attach to the provision of descriptors for plurilingualism/<wbr/>pluriculturalism.

Rudi Camerer, who specializes in intercultural competence will look at some of the innovations that set apart the CV from the older scale: Firstly, no ‘NATIVE SPEAKER’ appears anywhere in the document. So the question of standards needs to be discussed. Secondly, the new approach connects with social-constructionist approaches and treats processes of meaning-making as MEDIATION. Rudi will examine the descriptor scales and assess the challenges test developers may have in defining valid test constructs and test procedures. 

Secondly Glyn Jones will report on research currently being undertaken that aims to replicate an important aspect of the research project (North, 2000) which led to the calibration of the CEFR descriptors. Glyn intends to revisit some of the original calibration estimates in his work, as well as to extend the procedure to descriptors that were not calibrated in the original study, including some of those in the new CEFR Companion Volume.

The two presentations will be followed by a 30-minute Q&A session moderated by TEASIG's Neil Bullock which will give attendees the chance to question Rudi and Glyn on any emerging comments and thoughts.

Rudi Camerer directs elc-European Language Competence, a consultancy based in Frankfurt/Main and Saarbrücken. His professional background is in adult education and language testing. He is one of the two official translators of the German version of the CEFR-CV.

Glyn Jones is a freelance consultant in language learning and assessment. An EFL teacher by background, he worked extensively in the fields of Self Access Learning and Computer Assisted Language Learning before specialising in assessment. He has worked as a test development manager for two major awarding bodies. He is currently studying for a PhD in Linguistics at Lancaster University.

The webinar is free, does not need advance registration and can be accessed at: https://iatefl.<wbr/>adobeconnect.com/_a875541554/<wbr/>teasigwebinars/  





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Cerimonia Consegna degli Attestati Clil Metodologico


Feb. 1, 2019


Il 1 Febbraio alle ore 15:00 presso lo University Club si terrà la Cerimonia di Consegna degli Attestati ai docenti che hanno frequentato e sostenuto con profitto la prova finale del Corso di Perfezionamento Clil Metodologico.

 

Si allega locandina dell'evento.


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OLA Primo Semestre 2018/2019 - Prove Finali di Livello B1 del 25 Gennaio 2019


Gen. 23, 2019


In allegato gli elenchi delle studentesse e degli studenti ammessi e non ammessi alla Prova Finale di Livello B1 

Per i corsi di laurea:

- INGEGNERIA CHIMICA E AMBIENTALE

- INGEGNERIA CHIMICA

- INGEGNERIA AMBIENTE E TERRITORIO

- CHIMICA

- FISICA

- SCIENZE DEI MATERIALI INNOVATIVI

- INFORMAZIONE SCIENTIFICA DEL FARMACO

- SCIENZE DELLA NUTRIZIONE

- INFORMATICA

- MATEMATICA

e relative convocazioni per il 25 Gennaio 2019.






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Call for Paper 3rd International Seminar UPV. Valencia Spain


Gen. 21, 2019


CALL FOR PAPERS 

3rd International Seminar 

Call for proposals: from 17th January  to 9th March 2019


English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI): embracing pluricultural education

www.congresoemicdl2019.com

 

16-18 May 2019

Valencia - Spain 

The Language Centre of the UPV organises a biannual seminar focusing on contemporary issues in languages in Higher Education. 

 English as a Medium of Instruction is seen as a desirable offer from many universities, not only to attract students but also to prepare them for the world of work. This conference explores the potential and pitfalls of delivering education programmes using the English language. 


Sponsored by

Trinity College London 

 

With the presence of internationally distinguished keynote speakers:

 

Alex Thorp, (Lead Academic, Language -Europe- at Trinity College London).

Nick Byrne (Former Director of LSE Language Centre.)


              Best conference papers will be selected for journal publication. 

 

Contact: congresoemi2019@upv.es







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Rivista Dipartimentale LISE: CfP scadenza invio abstract estesa


Ago. 9, 2018


A tutti gli interessati

Vi informiamo che la scadenza per l’invio degli abstract per il numero VI/2018 dei Quaderni di Dipartimento LISE/Quaderni di Linguistica dell’Università della Calabria è stata prorogata a sabato 15 settembre.

In allegato troverete la call con le date aggiornate.


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Call for Papers - Innovation in Language Learning International Conference - 11th edition


Ago. 1, 2018


The 11th edition of the Innovation in Language Learning International Conference will take place in Florence, Italy, on 8 - 9 November 2018.

The objective of the Innovation in Language Learning Conference is to promote transnational cooperation and share good practice in the field of the application of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to Language Learning and Teaching. The Innovation in Language Learning conference is also an excellent opportunity for the presentation of previous and current language learning projects and innovative initiatives. The Call for Papers is addressed to teachers, researchers and experts in the field of language teaching and learning as well as to coordinators of language teaching and training projects.

Experts in the field of language teaching and learning are therefore invited to submit an abstract of a paper to be presented in the conference.

Important dates:

  • 7 September 2018: Last Extended Deadline for submitting abstracts
  • 14 September 2018: Notification of Abstracts Acceptance / Rejection
  • 17 September 2018: Deadline for final submission of papers
  • 8 - 9 November 2018: Conference days

There will be three presentation modalities: oral, poster and virtual presentations.

All accepted papers will be included in the Conference Proceedings published with ISBN and ISSN (2384-9509) codes. This publication will be sent to be reviewed for inclusion in SCOPUS (https://www.elsevier.com/solutions/scopus). Papers will also be included in ACADEMIA.EDU (https://www.academia.edu/) and Google Scholar.

For further information, please contact us at the following address: conference@pixel-online.net or visit the Future of Education conference website: https://conference.pixel-online.net/ICT4LL