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Title: Searching for effectiveness in ELT: towards the construction of a framework for continuous improvement in state funded secondary language class in Spain in the light of recent legislative changes
Authors: Hughes, Stephen
Issue Date: 2004
Abstract: Drawing on a working experience of language teaching, teacher training and the implementation of the EFQM model of excellence, and taking into account the recent legislative changes in the Spanish state educational system, this paper studies a number of current trends relating to quality and effectiveness in education with a view to examining possible applications for improving language teaching and learning. Apart from its intended informative purpose, this study proposes the development of a framework similar to those already established within education but not as yet fully applied to formal language instruction in Spain, with the intention of finding ways to improve a number of key areas in the management of second language teaching and learning through the systematic implementation of effectiveness activities.
Publisher: Universidad de Granada
Keywords: Quality
ELT
Effectiveness
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10481/28350
ISSN: 1697-7467
Rights : Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 License
Citation: Hughes, S. Searching for effectiveness in ELT: towards the construction of a framework for continuous improvement in state funded secondary language class in Spain in the light of recent legislative changes. Porta Linguarum, 1: 61-84 (2004). [http://hdl.handle.net/10481/28350]
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