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THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE, THE COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK OF REFERENCE FOR LANGUAGES AND ENGLISH PROFILE

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The Russian Federationis one of the forty-seven member states that make up the Council of Europe. The Council is probably best known for its work in the fields of human rights and legal affairs, but it has also played a key role in language education with many important initiatives, most notably its central role the introduction and promotion of the ‘communicative approach’ to language teaching.


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A. Green
University of Bedfordshire
United Kingdom
Anthony Green


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For citation: Green A. THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE, THE COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK OF REFERENCE FOR LANGUAGES AND ENGLISH PROFILE. Focus on Language Education and Research. 2019;1(1):35-38.

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