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FREPA in Europe… and beyond

To facilitate the dissemination of pluralistic approaches and of FREPA, specific country pages, in the language(s) of the country, have been developed with the support of many national educational authorities. Each page offers a presentation of these pluralistic approaches and of FREPA, as well as an analysis of the relevance of pluralistic approaches for each context, contacts, announcements or reports of events, and also the links to publications. Translations, partial or complete, of FREPA descriptors, and of certain documents are available in many languages, sometimes non-European languages.

 

FREPA in other languages

Arabic

Coordination of translation:  Fatima ELKHALLOUFI
Université Mohammed V Souissi, Faculté des Sciences de l'éducation, Rabat Maroc
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Estonian

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Hungarian

Italian

 Un Quadro di Riferimento per gli Approcci Plurali alle Lingue e alle Culture - Competenze e risorse (Italian version of FREPA – Competences and resources) - Direct access - Access through the website of the Journal Italiano LinguaDue

Japanese

 List of resources

Introduction to CARAP (Workshops) / CARAPの概論(ワークショップ、(2012)

Pluralistic approaches and European language policies / 多元的アプローチと欧州言語政策 ( 2012)

  • 欧州評議会から外国語教室にいたるまで…『言語・文化への多元的アプローチ』への長い道のり (1) - (2)

Awakening to languages (University of Keio)  / 言語への目覚め活動 (慶応大学) (2012)

Slovenian

Spanish

Swedish

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For future translations of  FREPA lists of ressources

Table of descriptors in English, French and German, with space for inclusion of other language versions

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 download list of main categories of resources

Latest news

NEW ON OUR PAGE “USING FREPA”

Pluralistic approaches and FREPA (Framework of Reference for the Pluralistic Approaches of Languages and Cultures)  in the new Aosta Valley Programmes / Implementation of the new Aosta Valley Programmes

Introducing Pluralistic Approaches and FREPA in programmes and curricula – the current state in Europe

Babylonia

The issue 2/15 of this journal (coordinated by B. Gerber and J-F de Pietro, FREPA team members) is devoted to Pluralistic approaches to languages and cultures– see http://babylonia.ch/

 

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