In this section you will find the project's results, like final products available for your free download.
Titel und description
PluriMobil is a teaching tool for the support and monitoring of language learning and intercultural learning in the context of exchange projects, language stays or virtual encounters and the related promotion of competences in these areas. These are the toolboxes which were adapted and used within the project's language stays abroad, in England and France.
The present study / analysis serves as the most important document with regard to showing the sustainable effect of the Li-Lingua project, particularly with a view to the experiences made in the course of the project.
In the introduction the general project framework will be outlined, followed by sections defined by the individual phases of "preparation", "implementation" and "follow-up" of the language stay. Depicting the development and effects of the LG-PluriMobil-Toolbox, which is regarded as the central tool of this project, will be one focal point.
In section 2 aspects from the preparatory phase of the language stay will be discussed. This section will specifically focus on the innovation transfer of the tools developed in the PluriMobil project of ECML (these tools essentially provide the pedagogical and didactical framework), and organisational and quality assurance elements of the project. The two subsequent sections will deal with the language stays in England and France, in each case with a view to organisational measures and the individual stakeholders as well as the associated evaluation measures.
The development of the LG-PluriMobil-Toolbox and its implementation during the language stays in England and France will be discussed in section 5, which will above all include the feedback of the persons involved in these language stays. Finally, section 6 will deal with the conclusions from the evaluation of the language stays and will provide recommendations regarding the future use of the PluriMobil Toolbox and the future organisation of language stays as such, including at other schools. The Conclusion contains a brief summary of the Li-Lingua project. .
“Valorisation” can be defined as the process of disseminating and exploiting project results. The aim is to optimize these results and to enhance their effects. Ideally, the results can be applied in educational systems and processes on a local, national or European level. This plan guides the project partners in their dissemination activities.