COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK OF REFERENCES FOR LANGUAGES
WELCOME TO CEFR GROUP !
HOW CAN WE GET THE MOST OUT OF CEFR IN TEACHING and ASSESSMENT ?



Attention Please: We hope to see a rough plan by November 28th. Belgin Öğrek.
EASY TO FOLLOW ADVICE FOR ALL CEFR GROUP MEMBERS:
Please focus your attention CLEARLY on the CEFR itself (Chapter 9, for assessment and Chapters 6 and 7 for teaching, much of the materials in the appendices, plus the links supplied on the coe site = the pilot project on language examinations, for example). If we wish to continue to claim that our programs in foreign languages are actually based on the CEFR, then we need to become (and to help one another become) experts on the CEFR and on its application.
~pf


CEFR GROUP MEMBERS

Name
Task group
1. Asuman Bozçetin
Teaching
2. Aydoğan Eker
Teaching
3. Bengi Özar
Teaching
4. Berna Özerdem
Teaching
5. Betül Mutver
Teaching
6. Donny Smith
Teaching
7. Elif Karademir Ergen
Teaching
8. Lana Yılmaz
Teaching
9. Nazmiye Yemez
Teaching
10. Şeyda Tengizman
Teaching
11. Vesile Acar
Assessment
12.Sibel Aytaç
Assessment
13. Nurkan Dikmen
Assessment
14. Meara Heubach
Assessment
15. Julide Yarış
Assessment
16.Gül Dovek
Assessment
17.Gregory Parish
Assessment
18.Esin Amasya
Assessment
19. Derick Mattern
Assessment




Please note that deadline for forming groups is by November 7, 2008. Each group is to come up with a rough plan by November 28. The 3 minute -presentation to Philip Franklin and the department heads is on December 24. The poster/pp presentation to the whole FL is on January 21, 2009.

While we (Vesile and Nurkan) were looking for what we could do for our group, we came across with this site.We think we can use this resource for our presentation.
http://honolulu.hawaii.edu/intranet/committees/FacDevCom/guidebk/teachtip/assess-1.htm
http://honolulu.hawaii.edu/intranet/committees/FacDevCom/guidebk/teachtip/assess-2.htm
http://honolulu.hawaii.edu/intranet/committees/FacDevCom/guidebk/teachtip/rubric.htm