Lesson plans and mobility scenarios
Our lesson plans support students throughout the entire mobility process, which includes the preparatory phase, the period during mobility and the post-mobility programme experience. We call this a "learning scenario" approach.
- define their own cultural identity: Who am I?
- prepare for a mobility experience imagine what it will be like
- learn how to communicate in a foreign language
- plan how to improve their language learning
- prepare materials they are going to use with their peers in the host institution
- practise their L2 skills
- observe and collect examples of intercultural encounters
- keep a portfolio or a personal diary of what they have experienced
- interact with peers in the host institution
- look back at their mobility experience
- present their mobility to parents and friends in the home institution
- assess how they improved their language skills
Setting clear goals for the mobility experience
PluriMobil helps to set clear goals, based on widely recognized reference documents, in particular on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and the Framework of Reference for Pluralistic Approaches to Languages and Cultures (FREPA/CARAP). It encourages the use of key tools of the Council of Europe, including the European Language Portfolio (ELP), the Autobiography of Intercultural Encounters (AIE) and the European Portfolio for Student Teachers of Languages (EPOSTL).
What kinds of mobility projects does PluriMobil support?
PluriMobil supports all kinds of learning mobility projects:
- Real life or virtual mobility activities
- Short (one – two weeks) and longer (a period of months) mobility activities
- eTwinning projects
- Exchange of letters of parcels
- Exchanges between schools or companies
- Work placements abroad
- Teaching apprenticeship abroad
The PluriMobil resources can be flexibly adapted to multiple mobility projects across all teaching levels.