Dear Student, This portfolio is yours and it consists of three parts

1. Language Biography

• allows you to participate in planning your own learning, in thinking about your learning and evaluating your progress; encourages you to discover what you know in any of the languages, as well as to list your linguistic and intercultural experiences acquired in school and out of it;

it is structured in line with the idea of promoting plurilingualism

2.Language Passport

• provides a general picture of your competences in different languages at the time. Your skills are presented according to the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages of the Council of Europe
• includes official certificates and evidence of linguistic competence, intercultural experiences and experiences in language learning
• contains information on individual and specific competence
• enables self-evaluation of your competences and skills


Dossier enables you to make a collection of various items of your personal work, certificates and diplomas which illustrate your competences stated in the Language Biography or Passport


Dear student,

The Language Biography is an essential part of the ELP. in this part of the Language Portfolio you are expected to reflect upon your language learning history in and out of school and your intercultural experiences. it is also an important tool to help you to assess your own progress and plan for further language learning.

in this ELP model developed for learners 11 to 14, the Language Biography section consists of three parts;

1.My language experiences
2.How I learn
3.What I can do