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European Language Portfolio description with some samples for Basque students

European Language Portfolio description with some samples for Basque students

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  • 1. EUROPEAN LANGUAGE PORTFOLIO
  • 2. WHAT? • a Council of Europe initiative • a record of students’ achievements and progress in languages. • ---
  • 3. AIMS • The European Language Portfolio aims to introduce students to a language-learning process which lasts for life. It helps students to: – become more aware of the importance and value of knowing different languages; – value and promote cultural diversity; – reflect on and evaluate ways in which they learn; – develop responsibility for their learning; – build up knowledge and understanding.
  • 4. Functions of the ELP-1 A tool for learning The ELP is the property of the learner. The Portfolio helps students develop a reflective approach to language learning and to develop language-learning strategies which help them to learn independently.
  • 5. Functions of the ELP-2 A tool for assessing and recording The ELP gives students a real sense of pride and achievement, by providing a means of showing off their language competence to others.
  • 6. Content of the ELP • My Language Biography; • My Dossier; • My Language Passport.
  • 7. My Language Biography The Biography is an ever-changing part of the ELP which students should revisit and update regularly, enabling them to reflect upon and record what they can do in each language
  • 8. My Dossier It is a personal collection of students’ own work. Here they file any special pieces of work, pictures or recordings which illustrate their experiences and achievements.
  • 9. Ideas for materials to be put into a Dossier – – – – – – – – – – – – – souvenirs; e-mail messages selected written work; photos; pictures; audio or video recordings; descriptions and results of project work; copies of letters or e-mail messages sent to a partner school; examples of any listening, speaking, reading or writing games or exercises; a personal word list; a reading record; posters; reflections on ways of learning a language. ...
  • 10. My Language Passport The Passport provides an overview of the languages a student knows, or is learning. It covers both home and school contexts and is a way of giving visibility and value to all language-learning experiences.
  • 11. References European Languaje Portfolio: http://www.coe.int/t/dg4/education/elp/ Bank of CEFR-related descriptors: http://www.coe.int/t/dg4/education/elp/elp-reg/cefr_scale_EN.asp Ministerio de educación, ciencia y deporte: http://www.oapee.es/oapee/inicio/iniciativas/portfolio.html http://www.oapee.es/oapee/inicio/iniciativas/portfolio/portfolios -validados-esp.html School Experiences:http://b06jardunaldiak2011.wordpress.com/

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