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UK Europass Language Passport

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UK Europass Language Passport

UK Europass Language Passport

It contains three sections:
1. The self-assessment section, which allows you to record the level of language ability according to a well-recognised European Scale (the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)).

This is particularly useful if you do not have a qualification Ð for example where you have grown up in a multilingual household, self-taught, or learned through immersion.
2. A language qualifications section, for recording the results of formal language courses you have taken.
3. A linguistic experience section, to record examples of how you have used your languages in practice.

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Type of Tool:

Dialogue or conversational methods , Declarative methods, Evidence extracted from work or other practice

Phases of Validations:

Identification, Documentation, Assessment

Areas of Interests:

Intercultural (competences / skills), Communication, Informal learning, International lifelong learning, Language skills, Lifelong learning, Recognition, Tourism, Transfer of competences, Validation, Work abroad, Young people

VINA Target Group:

Validation institutions - Public, Validation institutions - Private, Planning validation / adults, Planning validation / institutions, Trainers / teachers supporting informal - non-formal learning

Definition of Tools:

A - Self Validation, C - Official Validation

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