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1  Book Publications

The following publications are results of research and research on practice conducted by CEFR & LP SIG (former FLP SIG) members and invited researchers and practitioners in Japan and beyond in the field of CEFR and foreign language education:

 

1.1  Can do statements in language education in Japan and beyond. - Application of the CEFR -. 日本と諸外国の言語教育におけるCan-Do評価 – ヨーロッパ言語共通参照枠(CEFR)の適用 –. Edited by Maria Gabriela Schmidt, Naoyuki Naganuma, Fergus O'Dwyer, Alexander Imig and Kazumi Sakai. Tokyo: Asahi Press, 2010. (Sorry sold out.) Second edition (May 2015), now available as e-book. 

For the table of contents see below

 

1.2 Connections to Thinking in English: The CEFR-informed EAP. Textbook Series B1(A2+) to B1+. 

Naoyuki Naganuma, Noriko Nagai, Fergus O'Dwyer. Tokyo: Asahi Press. March 2015. 

 One purpose of this textbook is to encourage learners to see how can do statements can be used in self-assessment, goal-setting and reflection of level appropriate and suitably scaffolded learning goals in a series of skill-integrated learning tasks. If you are interested in an inspection copy, please contact the SIG.

 

1.3 Critical, Constructive Assessment of CEFR-informed Language Teaching in Japan and Beyond. Edited by Fergus O'Dwyer, Morten Hunke, Alexander Imig, Noriko Nagai, Naoyuki Naganuma, Maria Gabriela Schmidt. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: September 2017. (Englisch Profile volume 6).

 

2.  The CEFR & LP SIG (former FLP SIG) Newsletter LINK

 The purpose of the CEFR & LP SIG is to share and discuss ideas: we would like to hear what are doing in your classes and institutions. Please feel free to submit your writing for submission to the newsletter. This can come in the form of short reports of full -length articles. It can cover past, present and future activities that you would to discuss or receive advice about. Other articles can include research articles, essays regarding pertinent issues, and reports on conferences or presentations you gave/attended.

 

To see below tables of contents of the books, read here:

1.1  Can do statements in language education in Japan and beyond. - Application of the CEFR -. 日本と諸外国の言語教育におけるCan-Do評価 – ヨーロッパ言語共通参照枠(CEFR)の適用 –. Edited by Maria Gabriela Schmidt, Naoyuki Naganuma, Fergus O'Dwyer, Alexander Imig and Kazumi Sakai. Tokyo: Asahi Press, 2010. (Sorry sold out.) Second edition (May 2015), now available as e-book. 

Table of Contents

Preface

Vorwort

Introduction

Alexander Imig & Fergus O'Dwyer A brief overview of the use of can do statements in language education. the CEFR and ELP.

Lynne Parmenter & Mike Byram An overview of the international influences of the CEFR.

The CEFR and can do statements

Naoyuki Naganuma The range and triangulation of can do statements in Japan.

Anthony Green Conflicting purposes in the use of can do statements in language education.

真嶋潤子 (Junko Majima) 「日本の言語教育における「ヨーロッパ言語共通参照枠(CEFR)と「能力記」(can do statement)]のxx-応用可能性に関するーxx」 (Impact of can do statements/ CEFR on language education in Japan: On its applicability).

Bernd Jacob & 高橋文子(Fumiko Takahashi) 「ヨーロッパ言語共通参照枠(CEFR)とProfile deutsch](The CEFR and the Profile deutsch).

Rudolf Reinelt The use of CEFR and can do statements in second foreign language courses in (Western) Japan: Implementation ready?

Edeltraud Sormunen, Sabine Grasz, Silke Rose & Joachim Schlabach Quali-DaF: A project for quality development of German teachers at the language centers of Finnish universities.

Curriculum change, text books and portfolio

Noriko Nagai () Designing English curricula and courses in Japanese higher education: Using CEFR as a guiding tool.

Anja Hopf & Bertlinde Vögel Kannbeschreibungen im Deutschunterricht am japanischen Universitäten?: Ein Erfahrungsbericht zur Lehrwerkskonzeption.

Margit Krause-Ono Using German can do statements as model other languages like Russian and Chinese: A special project

(Mieko Fujiwara)

Sachiko Horiguchi

The learner, learner autonomy and pedagogy

David Little

Paul Collet & Kristen Sullivan

Yoko Sato

Antonio Smith

Fergus O'Dwyer

Alexander Imig

Joshua M. Sargent & James M. Winward-Stuart

Ellen Head

Maria Gabriela Schmidt

Conclusion

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1.2  Connections to Thinking in English: The CEFR-informed EAP. Textbook Series B1(A2+) to B1+. Naoyuki Naganuma, Noriko Nagai, Fergus O'Dwyer. Tokyo: Asahi Press. March 2015. 

One purpose of this textbook is to encourage learners to see how can do statements can be used in self-assessment, goal-setting and reflection of level appropriate and suitably scaffolded learning goals in a series of skill-integrated learning tasks. If you are interested in an inspection copy, please contact the SIG.

 

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1.3 Critical, Constructive Assessment of CEFR-informed Language Teaching in Japan and Beyond. Edited by Fergus O'Dwyer, Morten Hunke, Alexander Imig, Noriko Nagai, Naoyuki Naganuma, Maria Gabriela Schmidt. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: September 2017. (Englisch Profile volume 6).

 

Table of Contents

Section 1 The context

1 Introduction:

2 The past,

3 The perception

Section 2 Materials design

4 Marugoto

5 Applying

Section 3 Curriculum reform

6 Applying

7 A 'Can do'

8 Implementing

9 Using

Section 4 Portfolio approaches

10 A CEFR-

11 Using

12 Developing

13 Using

Section 5 Conclusion

14 Bringing

 

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 (Updated March 23rd, 2020 GS)

This online toolkit is supported by KAKEN Grant-in-Aid project no. 20K00759, no. 19K00808 and no. 16K02835 and aims to support teachers of all foreign languages in Japan in using the CEFR and CEFR/CV efficiently.