Promoting plurilingualism - Majority language in multilingual settings (2012)
Part 1 - What is MARILLE?
2 The LE project and MARILLE
2.1 Languages as a subject
2.2 Language(s) in other subjects
2.4 Implications for MARILLE
3 The MARILLE-questionnaire
4 An experience from Austria: using multilingualism in teaching German
Part 2 - Promoting plurilingualism in majority language teaching
2 Aims and underpinning values for promoting plurilingualism
3 Core contents: learners' knowledge, understanding and skills
3.1 Learners' knowledge and understanding
3.2 Learners' skills
4 Teachers' knowledge, understanding and skills for promoting plurilingualism
4.1 Teachers' knowledge and understanding
4.2 Teachers' skills
5 Strategies for change management
Part 3 - Plurilingualism in practice: practice examples
Example 1: "Children's rights - in more than one language"
Example 2: "Working on news"
Example 3: "In the world of folk tales"
Example 4: "Grammar and reflective language exercises"
Example 5: "Word classes in the news and ads"
Part 4 - "Checklists": reflective questions on promoting plurilingualism for different roles in education
1 Reflective questions for teachers
2 Reflective questions for teacher educators
3 Reflective questions for head teachers
Language(s) in/of education
Language(s) of instruction
Language(s) of origin
National language(s), official language(s)