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Band 94:
Stickel, Gerhard / Carrier, Michael (Hrsg.): Language Education in Creating a Multilingual Europe. Contributions to the Annual Conference 2011 of EFNIL in London. 223 S. - Frankfurt am Main / Berlin / Bern / Bruxelles / New York / Oxford / Wien: Lang, 2012.
ISBN: 978-3-631-63990-0
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The European Union has conceived itself as multilingual since its beginning in 1956. EFNIL, the network of the central language institutions of all states of the Union and several other European countries, promotes the enhancement of individual plurilingualism of the people in Europe as an important prerequisite for European multilingualism. The EFNIL conference hosted 2011 by the British Council in London was devoted to the discussion of how individual plurilingualism is being achieved by language education in Europe. In this volume, several general reflections on the main topic are followed by a critical discussion of present language instruction in the United Kingdom and reports on foreign language education in various other countries. Reports on four current projects that aim to describe the present linguistic diversity of Europe follow. A detailed interim report on the results of one of these projects (ELM) concludes the book.


a) Opening
Ellis, Vernon:
  Opening address S. 11
Stickel, Gerhard:
  Opening/Eröffnung/Aperture IDS-Publikationsserver
S. 13
b) General reflections
van der Craen, Piet:
  Comment le multilinguisme rend nos élèves plus intelligents…
Aspects sociétaux et individuels du multilinguisme en Europe
S. 19
Martyniuk, Waldemar:
  Dealing with challenges in European language education
The contribution of the European Centre for Modern Languages in Graz
S. 37
Dendrinos, Bessie:
  Multi- and monolingualism in foreign language education in Europe S. 47
Truchot, Claude:
  La création d'une Europe multilingue. Quel role pour les universités?
Intégrer les langues nationales dans l'internationalisation de l'enseignement supérieur
S. 61
Tomasi, Luca:
  Aspects and prospects of EU multilingualism S. 71
c) UK panel discussion on: Multilingual education in the United Kingdom
Carrier, Michael:
  Overview on multilingual education in the United Kingdom S. 77
King, Lid:
  Valuing languages from an early age S. 81
Parker, Linda:
  Languages in secondary schools in the UK S. 85
Connell, Tim:
  Languages in Higher Education in the UK S. 89
d) Reports on different countries
North, Xavier:
  En quelle(s) langue(s) transmettre le savoir? Les termes du débat en France S. 95
Haslinger, Ulrike/ Lasselsberger, Anna:
  Multilingualism in Austrian schools. Chances and challenges S. 101
Nuolijärvi, Pirkko:
  Language education policy and practice in Finland S. 111
Dąbrowska, Anna:
  Multilingual education in Poland S. 121
Karyolemou, Marilena / Magklara, Maria:
  Multilingualism at the periphery. Language centered activities in zones of educational priority S. 127
e) Reports on projects
Rehm, Georg / Uszkoreit, Hans:
  Language Technology for multilingual Europe. Current status and future prospects S. 145
Hope, Martin:
  Language Rich Europe S. 161
Héja, Enikö / Váradi, Tamás:
  EFNILEX online dictionaries S. 165
Kirchmeier-Andersen, Sabine / Robustelli, Cecilia / Spetz, Jennie / Stickel, Gerhard / Teigland, Nina:
  European Language Monitor (ELM) IDS-Publikationsserver
S. 181
Kokoroskos, Dimitris:
  European Language Monitor (ELM). Interim Report S. 191
Contacts S. 219
EFNIL: Members and associate member institutions S. 221