The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages and ICT: A new challenge (revisión)

Leopoldina del Carmen López-Mendoza, Shirley Rosario Ponce-Merino, Ana Velia Domínguez-León


The objective of this paper is to design English Language Virtual Courses that allow students to build knowledge and develop communication skills, to achieve a B1+ level, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). This responds to the problem of research detected, given the inadequacies of the students in the development of communicative skills in English, through the use of the Information and Communication Technology (ICT), which limit the management and self-management of knowledge. The proposal offers the application of tools that contribute to search of variety, dynamism, active participation and student-student and student-professor interchange, making use of appropriate teaching strategies and means. The intention is that they can take advantage of the "Moodle" Virtual Educational Platform benefits. The results of the Virtual Courses teaching in order to reach the B1+, will allow contributing to the improvement of the teaching and learning process, facilitating the knowledge and skills, through the ICT.

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CEFR – ICT - Moodle

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