network considered a best practice case for the promotion of multilingualism in Europe
Faced with the absence of a national plan for Multilingualism and the crisis in teacher training at national level , the University of Minho has been developing actions and strategies that promote continuous and diversified learning of foreign languages in interaction with the acquisition and development of language skills. mother tongue and, eventually, Portuguese as a second language .
In this context, the APPEAL network , started in 2007-2008 and formalized through bilateral institutional protocols from 2009, aims to create multiple cooperation at the regional level, promoting the implementation of European policies of Multilingualism in the practices of the Basic Education System, Secondary and Higher.
Within the scope of the MOLAN project (Network for the exchange of information about good practices that serve to motivate language learners), the APPEAL network was chosen as a case of good practices for the promotion of multilingualism in Europe : Orlando Grossegesse / Marie Manuelle Costa Silva, « Regional Action Plan for the Promotion of Multilingualism» in: Handbook on good practice that serves to motivate language learners, (eds.) Daniel Toudic / Wolfgang Mackiewicz, 2011, pp. 65-69.
The APPEAL regional network intends to:
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