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Key Messages for Master Trainers During Cascading Sessions

1. The goals of the course are:


a. an introduction to and familiarization with the CEFR and its various
scales across the four language skills
b. an introduction to and familiarization with the can do language
used in the scaled to describe user abilities
c. an introduction to and familiarization with progress up the levels of
the CEFR
d. an introduction to and familiarization with teaching and learning
theory informed by the CEFR.
e. an introduction to and familiarization with the various uses to which
the CEFR may be put and decision it may inform
f. to give participants some insight into the types of changes and
areas of their professional life that may undergo changes as the
Roadmap is rolled out
2. The goals of the course are NOT:
a. to become proficient at recognizing the specific CEFR level of any
sample of language, such as a speaking recording or
listening/reading/writing script
b. to learn to apply the CEFR in any way or to use it to inform any
material decisions or curriculum design
3. The assessment scales referenced in the course are used only to help to
familiarize participants with the progress that can be tracked within a
single CEFR level, not to train participants as language assessors in any
way, shape or form
4. The different activities and handouts employed during the course are
designed to familiarize participants with the various scales and theories,
not to train the participants in any skills.