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learning and affective attitude learning and assessment itself. Advice would be to be confident towards in your assessment practices and ensure you help others understand what you are doing and why; along with more formal professional development opportunities, this is the way to ensure assessment will suit the specificities of primary English education in Portugal. Cravo, A., Bravo, C. and Duarte, E. (2015). Metas Curriculares de Inglês Ensino Básico: 1º Ciclo. Lisboa: Ministério de Educação Mourão, S. (January, 2016) ‘Avaliação de Inglês no 1.º CEB’, webinar for DGE. Available online: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjCFApqlE48 Tomlinson, B. (2013). Applied Linguistics and Materials Development. London: Bloomsbury Academic S ANDIE M OURÃO | APPI MEMBER NO . B 4337 | U NIVERSIDADE N OVA | L ISBON In January 2016 I was asked to give a webinar on the topic of assessment in PEEP. This article summarises much of what I said in this webinar, which can still be seen online (Mourão, 2016). A note by the editors... References In 2016 Sandie Mourão has been invited by DGE Cameron, L. (2001). Teaching English to Young Learners, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. to run a webinar focused on assessment in 1.º Council of Europe (2018). Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning Teaching and Assessment. Companion Volume with Descriptors. Strasburg: Council or Europe. Available online: www.coe.int/lang-cefr nowadays, when the topic of assessment is being Dias, A. & Mourão, S. (2005). Inglês no 1.º ciclo – práticas partilhadas. Porto: ASA Editores. Direção-Geral de Educação. (nd). Avaliação. Available online: http://www.dge.mec.pt/avaliacao- 0 Green, A. (2018). ‘Choosing the right assessments for your learners’. Unpublished document. Halliwell, S. (1992). Teaching English in the Primary Classroom. London: Longman. Jang, E. (2014). Focus on Assessment. Oxford: Oxford University Press CEB. It is still very up-to-date and useful especially debated in our schools but not always put into practice in a very successful way.