UNIcert Workshop

UNIcert Workshop

Neue Zeiten - Neue Wege: Wie lässt sich der 'Companion Volume' des GER im Rahmen von UNIcert® umsetzen?

Almost twenty years have now passed since the CEFR was launched, and it has meanwhile become an indispensable instrument in higher education to help develop curricula for language teaching.

2018 saw the introduction of the Companion Volume, which updates and extends the existing descriptors and adds new ones. 

The UNIcert® Workshop aims to offer a platform to discuss various aspects of the implementation of the Companion Volume in a UNICert context.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE WORKING LANGUAGE OF THE WORKSHOP WILL BE GERMAN.

PARALLEL SESSIONS 7A AND 7B WILL BE HELD IN ENGLISH.

Parallel sessions

A total of 9 parallel sessions will be offered >>> to the parallel sessions

The working language will generally be German; Session 7A and Session 7B: Production - Possible scenarios for implementation in the classroom and for assessment will be held in English.

It is intended that participants will remain in the same session for the whole workshop rather than swapping between sessions, and we therefore request you to register for just ONE parallel session.

In cooperation with

Venue

Universität Bremen
SFG (Seminar und Forschungsgebaüde)
Enrique-Schmidt-Str. 7,   28359 Bremen

Arriving by tram:
The University of Bremen is directly connected with the central train station by tram. To get to the SFG building take tram line 6 to 'Universität Naturwissenschaften 1 / Universum Science Center'. Then walk across the outdoor parking lot and past the Aldi and the 'Cartesium' to reach the SFG building.

Arriving by car:

  • Parking spots located on the street directly next to the SFG building are free of charge on Saturdays.
  • The large outdoor parking lot next to the tram stop costs 1 € for the day.

Registration

Online registration is possible from August 15 to November 3, 2019.

>>> ONLINE REGISTRATION

People to contact

Organisation UNIcert® Workshop 

  • Antonella Lavagno

E-Mail to the organisers