Awareness-raising and networking
a) Raised awareness of issues connected with multi-/plurilingualism in majority language teaching for all language professionals reached by the project;
b) Network of dedicated experts: workshop participants who also attend the network meeting and act as multipliers in their region/country;
c) Identify existing professional networks, gain access to them and disseminate project content in local languages to them.
d) Inventory of resources available for practitioners and decision-makers in the field (relevant publications, policy documents, curriculum models, training opportunities, teaching materials...);
e) Database of electronic materials and resources.
f) Collection of strategies for change management in the field of plurilingual majority language teaching;
g) Illustrative case studies/examples of good practice from a variety of ECML member states (and possibly other countries of interest) focussing on teaching practice, but also covering the domains of curriculum development, school organisation and teacher training where relevant. This is not to be understood as a comprehensive survey, but will focus on richness in detail and factual information about selected examples so they can be appreciated in consideration of their local context;
h) Conclusions - possibly in an innovative, user-friendly form (e.g. in the format of FAQ) - referring to the case studies on how to transfer good ideas to other contexts in order to improve majority language teaching with regard for plurilingualism.