THE CHALLENGE OF THE SKILL OF SPEAKING IN MONOLINGUAL SECONDARY EDUCATION CENTRES OF ANDALUSIA pp.33-48

María Fernández Cózar, Juana Mª Anguita Acero, Francisco Javier Sánchez-Verdejo Pérez

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Spain, following the recommendations of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR, 2011), is undergoing a quick English-learning process in order to qualify the population as citizens of the world. The mastering of speaking skills in English is crucial to ease personal, social, political, professional and economic relationships. For this reason, the objectives of this paper are: analysing the current regional and national legislation regarding foreign language communication; understanding how relevant it is for the Andalusian population to speak fluently in English, given the magnitude of the international tourism industry in Andalusia and the current European socio-educational context; as well as knowing if Andalusian Secondary Education students are aware of this situation, and how comfortable they feel with their current oral-skills in English nowadays.


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