According to the Council of Europe (2001) there is a distinction between using and learning. As a language user, the indivIdual performs different activities than a language learner. Using implies collective social actions whereas learning may result from intermediary tasks. We can call this an ‘Actional Approach’ where tasks are not only about language and assessment is more pragmatic.
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