Bilingual and Plurilingual Education in the European and Andalusian Context
This paper aims to offer an overview of bilingual and plurilingual education in Andalusia in the context of the European language education policies proposed by the Council of Europe.
||Bilingual and plurilingual education, L2 teacher education, Bilingualism, Plurilingualism
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 4, pp.177-186.
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Daniel Madrid is a full-time teacher-trainer at the Faculty of Education of the University of Granada, giving pre-service and in-service EFL methodology courses for primary teachers. He has also given a large number of courses and seminars on TEFL. He has promoted and coordinated several students exchange programmes with European universities and has published a considerable number of articles and books on TEFL. He has also produced a wide variety of teaching materials for Primary, Secondary education and University students, and has directed and carried out research projects on the young foreign language learner, classroom interaction and evaluation procedures in EFL, the effect of the teacher's individual characteristics on his/her teaching performance, the use of the Internet as a curricular resource, racial and social discrimination in the EFL class, etc.
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