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Posted by Monica on September 10, 2009

The Council of Europe (Il Consiglio d’Europa) has developed a set of common standards in language learning, understandable across countries and institutions.

“The scheme proposed in the “Common European Framework of Reference: Learning, Teaching, Assessment” adopts a “Hypertext” branching principle, starting from an initial division into three broad levels:

Basic User: A1 and A2

Independent User: B1 and B2

Proficient User: C1 and C2

Such a simple “Global Scale” makes it easier to communicate the system to non-specialist users and will also provide teachers and curriculum planners with orientation points. [read more]”

Livelli di
conoscenza
 

Università per
stranieri di Siena:
CILS

Università per
stranieri di Perugia
: CELI

 Common European Framework

Principianti (contatto)

CILS
A1

CELI
impatto

A1

Elementare (sopravvivenza)

CILS
A2

CELI1

A2

Pre-intermedio
(soglia)

CILS1

CELI2

B1

Intermedio (progresso)

CILS2

CELI3

B2

Avanzato1  (efficacia)

CILS3

CELI4

C1

Avanzato2 (padronanza)

CILS4

CELI5

C2

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