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EPALE - Elektronisch platform voor volwasseneneducatie in Europa

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    Take Care Project: Healthcare Language Guide for Migrants – best practices

    Taal: en

    The aims of The Take Care Project are to help migrants gain language skills about health matters in a new language and improve their integration; to create a European wide network of associated partners and to contribute to intercultural communication. On ...

    Rumen HALACHEV - 18/12/2018 - 13:56

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    Welcoming Our Learners: Scotland's ESOL Strategy 2015-2020

    Taal: en

    This refreshed strategy for English for Speakers of Other Languages sets out the importance and context of ESOL learning in Scotland. It draws links to a range of related policies and offers case studies of different types of provision. The previous ESOL ...

    Jonny Lear - 22/12/2016 - 09:16

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    Language support for adult refugees- A Council of Europe Toolkit

    Taal: en

    The Council of Europe has developped a toolkit designed to assist organisations that provide languages support for refugees, and especially the volunteers working for them. The toolkit exists in 7 languages (EN, FR, NL, DE, EL, IT, TR) and can be freely downloaded from their webseite. This toolkit is part of the CoE Language Integration of Adult Migrants project that offers support to policy makers and practitioners who are working to facilitate migrants’ integration into society.

    Chantal PIERLOT - 24/11/2018 - 17:09

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    Toolkit for Teachers: Involving volunteers in language learning

    Taal: en

    This is a guide for language teachers who want to work well with volunteers, in order to support refugees to learn the language of their new country. It's been produced as part of the Erasmus+ funded Volunteers in Language Learning for Refugees project.

    Cait Crosse - 26/09/2019 - 14:40