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  • 1. EUROPEAN LANGUAGE PORTFOLIO Berodia Herrero, Miriam Borrego Fregeneda, Almudena Caiña Gutiérrez, Carlota Cos Rodríguez, Raquel de
  • 2. WHAT’S THE EUROPEAN ENGLISH PORTFOLIO? It is a document in which those who are learning or have learned a language, they can keep their language learning and cultural experiences. -Language passport, language biography and a dossier. This Portfolio is exclusively owned by the person who is learning a language. It is a tool that accompany the process of language learning throughout life and may serve to substantiate and document their learning of language. This portfolio is issued by an authorized institution and in schools. It is aimed at all ages, from 3 years .
  • 3. USEFULNESS To encourage everyone to learn other languages​​ To improve language learning and the ability to self To facilitate mobility in Europe To promote understanding and tolerance about other languages ​and through contact with other cultures To be aware of the level at which we are about a language and be clear about our objectives
  • 4. OBJECTIVES 1. Facilitate mobility in Europe through certifications clear, recognizable and comparable 2. Emphasize the importance of multilingualism and multiculturalism, as well as contribute to mutual understanding in Europe 3. Encourage language learning 4. Promote learning autonomy and the ability to self learning. 5. Describe and evaluate one's own linguistic competence
  • 5. OBJECTIVES 6. Document and reflect on language learning in and outside the education system, as well as intercultural experiences 7. Identify and organize own learning objectives 8. Report their competence in different languages 9. Develop an approach to language teaching based on common principles
  • 6. PARTS OF THE EUROPEAN LANGUAGE PORTFOLIO The Language portfolio The Biography The Dossier
  • 7. The Language portfolio • it provides an overview of the ability of a person in different languages ​that he/she can speak The Biography • the person describe his/her experiences in each of the languages that he/ she can speak The Dossier • it contains examples of personal work to illustrate the capabilities and language skills
  • 8. ADVANTAGES Describe and assess their proficiency levels relative to the Council of Europe Common. Document and reflect on their language learning in and outside the education system as well as their cultural experiences. Determine their own goals and organize their future learning. Report of their competence in different languages.
  • 9. DISADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES Creates more work for the teacher. Lack of self-evaluation samples. Class time is used in the PEL rather than in more useful activities. Complex and cumbersome format. In classes, with mixed abilities, not all students work at the same pace. The exercises are somewhat repetitive. Students tend to overestimate. The self-assessment method is confusing. There are problems to establish a relationship between work with the ELP and the program of the subject of language. It is not easy to stand on their own level.
  • 10. ACTIVITY 1 all the visits From these pictures, you must create an itinerary that explains the journey that Helena has made in her holidays with means of transport add information of interest
  • 11. EXAMPLE:
  • 12. Analysing information Teamwork Talking in public WHAT WE WORK HERE? Making decisions Reasoning
  • 13. ACTIVITY 2 I love skiing on Christmas
  • 14. Identifiyng Talking in public Ordering WHAT WE WORK HERE? Reasoning Making decisions