My learners often struggle to recognise the progress they are making and how much work they do put in to their learning – both seem like a drop in the ocean compared to all the lacks – the “I can’t“‘s and “I have no time“‘s that are all too clear...
This presentation explains the purpose and content required to make an effective digital portfolio for students. It also contains a link to a planning tool that will assist you in creating high quality student portfolios. Feel free to access it below.
Information is derived from ELP of the Council of Europe (version for young people and adults)
Catherine Georgopoulou's insight:
1. evaluate and describe their language proficiency.
2. situate their language proficiency in relation to the common reference levels of the Council of Europe.
3. document and reflect on their language learning inside and outside school and on their intercultural experiences.
4. inform anyone concerned about their proficiency in different languages, for example when changing schools, starting a language course, participating in an exchange programme, or applying for a job in the future.
5. set personal language learning objectives and plan further learning.