Training Course Introduction

PluriMobil: Plurilingual and intercultural learning through mobility

practical resources for teachers and teacher trainers

Workshop – Chania, 6.-7.12.2018

What is PluriMobil?

PluriMobil is a teaching tool that off ers practical resources to teachers, teacher trainers, international offi cers and other stakeholders to help them support students at all stages of a mobility project: before, at the preparatory stage, during the mobility activity itself and after the activity. The resources support all kinds of mobility projects, including school exchanges, study-abroad projects, work placements or cooperation via ICT.

The aim of PluriMobil is to develop students’ ability to discover other languages, cultures and people, and new areas of knowledge. We hope that their mobility activities will also be part of their personal development as individuals. To this end, PluriMobil’s pedagogical tools aim to improve students’ communicative and plurilingual skills, enhance their intercultural competence and expand their language awareness and language learning strategies.

PluriMobil consists of five sets of lesson plans, a Quick start guide, a Handbook, which are freely available in English and in French on plurimobil.ecml.at

ECML experts for PluriMobil

Kristin Brogan, PhD

A lecturer in German and Intercultural Communication, (ITT – Institute of Technology Tralee), involved in EU Commission funded and ECML (Council of Europe) international projects, a chair of One Voice for Languages. Her PhD research study was in Applied Linguistics and intercultural competences on the Year Abroad.

Anna Czura, PhD

An assistant professor in the Institute of English Studies at the University of Wrocław, Poland; a teacher trainer in pre- and in-service education; a researcher in the field of foreign language learning and teaching. An expert for textbook evaluation in the field of English as a foreign language for the Polish Ministry of Education.

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