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Speak Up! Project (2011)

 

The Speak Up! Project (website dated 2011) aimed to improve workers’ mobility processes across Europe by facilitating the learning of the language of the destination country. The main results of the project are a methodical system of reference for language learning materials and an interactive online language learning platform for young, mobile European workers. This aims to complement professional training and daily work by helping learners acquire suitable vocabulary and common expressions for ten different occupations within four professional sectors. The project used the approach of two previous Leonardo da Vinci Projects: ‘Les mots pour construire’ and ‘Constructor 2000’.

See also Speak up! project (2011) methodological guide

Country: Transnational
Date: 2010s
Contributed by: Host
Language: Multilingual
Criteria: Practical   

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