Conceptual framework

The conceptual framework

  • defines the constitutive elements of multilingual and multicultural academic communication competence (including first language/s) and lifelong learning competence
  • contains "can do statements" in EN, FR and DE and aligned assessment criteria and assessment grids in relation to academic, intercultural and strategic communication competences

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Conceptual framework (external link)

  • provides a coherent and transparent basis on which all MAGICC results are based (pedagogical scenarios, transparency tools, academic ePortfolio)
  • is of particular interest to higher education language teaching staff, faculties and decision makers for curriculum development and language policy issues.