CCAFLCollaborative Curriculum and Assessment Framework for Languages (Australia)
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Could the CCAFL model of collaboration be applied to the distance education context, to reduce duplication and to increase the number of languages available to all Australian students, no matter what their location?
She supports the work of CCAFL, and community languages.Andrew Scrimgeour.
In Queensland, where the CCAFL model is not followed, the QCAA Languages senior subjects website states the Chinese Senior Syllabus (QSA, 2008) is intended for students who wish to study Chinese as an additional language and who have studied the language at junior secondary level in Australia or in a similar environment.
Since the late 1970s, The Collaborative Curriculum and Assessment Framework for Languages (CCAFL) project has developed national syllabus documents and assessments for small candidature languages.