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European language portfolio

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European Language Portfolio description with some samples for Basque students

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European language portfolio

  1. 1. EUROPEAN LANGUAGE PORTFOLIO
  2. 2. WHAT? • a Council of Europe initiative • a record of students’ achievements and progress in languages. • ---
  3. 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. 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. 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. 6. Content of the ELP • My Language Biography; • My Dossier; • My Language Passport.
  7. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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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