Metodologia Oralpha (ORALPHA)

  • Carrasco Pons, Silvia (Principal Investigator)
  • Montserrat Ros Serra (Investigator)
  • Narciso Pedro, Laia (Investigator)
  • Pérez Ramírez, Marta (Investigator)
  • Ruiz Haro, Isidoro (Investigator)
  • Sr. Dieter Schulze (Investigator)
  • Sr. Mauro Guaschi (Investigator)
  • Sr.Igor Mertyn (Investigator)
  • Sra. Carla de Pedro (Investigator)

Project Details

Description

The ORALPHA project has been conceived with the overall objective of promoting inclusion in illiterate immigrants and refugees whose mother tongue differs from the host language. Whereas learning the host language is a vital element for the citizen and social participation. Therefore a good development of the host language skills directly reduces social exclusion and poverty.

According to ALFIE report (Learning Partnership) the fields of education, research and policy in Europe have no formal means of reference to develop and maintain a strong and high quality education for illiterate immigrant population. Within existing problems in this regard, the ORALPHA project aims to solve that not all European countries have the possibility to train teachers in order to provide language training that youth and adult immigrants and refugees need. To do so, the project has established as specific goal, the improvement of the teaching practice of the host language in the basic skills (literacy and oral communication) to youth and adult immigrants and refugees. For it is intended to achieve the following tangible results:

1. To publish a theoretical and methodological manual of good practices as a guide at European level and be based on the global-constructivist approach, ie that combines teaching oral language with literacy, and fit the use of new technologies.
2. To generate a motor training in language teaching and literacy to immigrants at European level through a portal on-line language teaching and literacy to immigrants.
3. To provide training courses online through the portal.
4. To record the process and its results in an audio-visual document.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/09/171/08/20

Funding

  • Servicio Español para la Internacionalización de la Educación: €246,540.00

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