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French, German or Dutch for kids with guidance through someone who doesn't necessarely is in good command of the target language

French, German or Dutch for kids with guidance through someone who doesn't necessarely is in good command of the target language

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  • ElenaEarly e-Learning ofNeighbouring Languageshttp://www.elena-learning.eu
  •  Children between 4 and 8 Getting familiar withneighbouring languages German, French or Dutch In and outside school
  •  Teacher can ‘teach’ without ahigh command of L2 Supported by easy to use andproven technology Evidence based methodology
  •  Elena moves from country L1to country L2 with her family Slice of life story: new school,new friends, etc.
  •  Participatory design –children decide Logo before and afterchildren evaluation – whathappened to the girl?
  •  10 themes – each theme10 x 30 min units of‘teaching’ Image and sound drivenand playing activities –computer, interactivewhite board, tablet,mobile Innovative <–> PPPstructure
  • Activity sample: D&D the pictureto the word you hear! (screenshot)
  • Activity sample: story book (childrenwatch the picture and listen to thestory)
  • derk.sassen@talenacademie.nlElena project 2011 – 2014 within LLPEuropean Commission