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FREPA documents

The FREPA brochure – “FREPA - Competences and resources” forms the basic FREPA document. It contains statements of competences and lists of resource descriptors, as well as the description of the procedure and the choices that led to their formulation. It also includes the main theoretical and didactical approaches to pluralistic approaches and FREPA. These options are further developed in “FREPA - An introduction for users”, including references for use in the classroom, curriculum integration, and teacher training. The FREPA document – ”FREPA - Tables of descriptors across the curriculum” seeks to indicate the best stage in a student’s curriculum to develop these resources.

 

 

 

  1. FREPA – Competences and resources
    A systematic presentation of competences and resources (knowledge, attitudes, skills) which can be developed by pluralistic approaches
     Finalised version in English, French and Spanish (forthcoming: version in German)
     Direct access to the list of descriptors of resources
          included in this document
     (available as pdf and web page) 
     
  2. FREPA – Tables of descriptors across the curriculum
    At what stage of schooling should the resources be trained? The tables of descriptors across the curriculum give an approximate indication of their relevance at different phases of the curriculum.
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  3. FREPA – An introduction for users
    This brochure guides users to the characteristics of CARAP – FREPA with the aim of enriching teaching programmes with a plurilingual and intercultural education, designing integrated linguistic curricula, using FREPA in the classroom etc.
     download pdf (forthcoming; a French version is available on the French page)
  4. List of resources in three languages
    English, French and German, with space for inclusion of other language versions
    download complete file
     download list of main categories of resources

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N.B. All of the descriptor lists contained in the documents on this page have graphical conventions. Lists without graphical conventions can be found under "Descriptors" only.