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Mobility in primary school

In this age group mobility usually takes form of a short-term exchange, which can take place within the same country (for example, visiting another community) or it could be going across a nearby border. The teachers may also combine these short visits with different forms of virtual mobility during which pupils contact their peers in the partner institution using the Internet.

Lesson plans

PluriMobil offers 12 lesson plans for primary school and ready-made materials that support the entire process of a mobility project. 

The pupils’ stay abroad/in another community will aim at different kinds of objectives:

  • plurilingual competences;
  • intercultural communicative competences;
  • autonomous learning skills.

 Download lesson plans in PDF or in DOC format

PS: If you are using our tools for the first time, we recommend that you read the PluriMobil quick start guide first.

PS: The PluriMobil handbook provides more thorough information about mobility activities in primary school (see chapter 6).

Good practice

  • Culture box (in French).
    Teacher: Aneta Porczyk Fromowitz, teacher of French, Polish-French Primary School "La Fontaine", Warsaw, Poland

Learning scenarios

PluriMobil lesson plans support all stages of a mobility experience: preparatory phase, the mobility experience itself and the follow-up period.

Sample exercises your students can be engaged in before, during and after a mobility experience:

The mobility scenario template may help you to plan your mobility activity:

Find out more about learning scenarios how to use the template in the PluriMobil quick start guide or in the PluriMobil handbook.

Mobility scenario template (available in English, French and German).