The new ML A Level syllabus: rationale and implications for the university language teaching community

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The aim of this presentation is to offer an overview of the proposed new changes to the A Level ML syllabus advised by the ALCAB (A Level Content Advisory Board) panel, appointed by the Department of Education in 2014. The new syllabuses will start in September 2016. As a member of the ALCAB panel, Irene will outline some of the thinking behind the proposals and some of the suggested changes. This presentation aims to raise awareness within the university teaching community about the importance of engaging with the learning language experience at schools in order to facilitate a coherent transition from school to university.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 26 Jun 2015
Event2nd Colloquium on Innovation in Modern Languages Education - University of Exeter, Exeter, UK United Kingdom
Duration: 26 Jun 2015 → …

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Conference2nd Colloquium on Innovation in Modern Languages Education
CountryUK United Kingdom
CityExeter
Period26/06/15 → …

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Macias, I. (2015). The new ML A Level syllabus: rationale and implications for the university language teaching community. 2nd Colloquium on Innovation in Modern Languages Education, Exeter, UK United Kingdom.

The new ML A Level syllabus: rationale and implications for the university language teaching community. / Macias, Irene.

2015. 2nd Colloquium on Innovation in Modern Languages Education, Exeter, UK United Kingdom.

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Macias, I 2015, 'The new ML A Level syllabus: rationale and implications for the university language teaching community' 2nd Colloquium on Innovation in Modern Languages Education, Exeter, UK United Kingdom, 26/06/15, .
Macias I. The new ML A Level syllabus: rationale and implications for the university language teaching community. 2015. 2nd Colloquium on Innovation in Modern Languages Education, Exeter, UK United Kingdom.
Macias, Irene. / The new ML A Level syllabus: rationale and implications for the university language teaching community. 2nd Colloquium on Innovation in Modern Languages Education, Exeter, UK United Kingdom.
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