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European projects

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Using the European Language Portfolio

Using the European Language Portfolio

The European Language Portfolio is a personal document of a learner. In this document learners of all ages can record their language learning and cultural experiences at school or outside school.

There is not a single ELP portfolio - there's a huge variety of different portfolios made for different languages and different target and age groups. Have a look at all the portfolios available in the ELP database.

On this site, the USING THE ELP WEBSITE, you will find:
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• ideas and tools for teacher education
• models and case studies of the ELP being used in different educational contexts
• ideas and tools to support the use of the ELP in different educational contexts
• projects run by the Council of Europe’s European Centre for Modern Languages in Graz, to support the use of the ELP
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On the DEVELOPING AND REGISTERING AN ELP WEBSITE
you will find: read more
• documents on the origins of and principles behind the ELP
• reports on the ELP project at European level and on international seminars held under the aegis of the Council of Europe
• lists of registered and accredited ELP models
• a guide to compiling an ELP model
• templates and other resources
• the procedure for registering an ELP model
 go to the website
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The European Language Portfolio is a personal document of a learner. In this document learners of all ages can record their language learning and cultural experiences at school or outside school.

There is not a single ELP portfolio - there's a huge variety of different portfolios made for different languages and different target and age groups. Have a look at all the portfolios available in the ELP database.

On this site, the USING THE ELP WEBSITE, you will find:
read more
• ideas and tools for teacher education
• models and case studies of the ELP being used in different educational contexts
• ideas and tools to support the use of the ELP in different educational contexts
• projects run by the Council of Europe’s European Centre for Modern Languages in Graz, to support the use of the ELP
close
On the DEVELOPING AND REGISTERING AN ELP WEBSITE
you will find: read more
• documents on the origins of and principles behind the ELP
• reports on the ELP project at European level and on international seminars held under the aegis of the Council of Europe
• lists of registered and accredited ELP models
• a guide to compiling an ELP model
• templates and other resources
• the procedure for registering an ELP model
 go to the website
close

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