Una ricerca quali-quantitativa sul Portfolio europeo delle lingue con studenti universitari
This article presents a research study on the European Language Portfolio (ELP) that involved students attending a course in Didactics of Modern Languages at the University of Florence. The main objective of the course was to provide students with practical experiences on ELP with a view to merging ICT with language learning. The research method was based on both qualitative and quantitive aspects assessed through a survey collecting the participants’ views of aims, principles, and pedagogic function. This was intended to guide and support learners in the language learning process, also reporting the functions of ELP to record proficiency in languages.
Keywords: European Language Portfolio. Language Learning. ICT. Self-assessment. Autonomy. Plurilingualism. Higher Education.
Language: itSubmitted: Feb. 24, 2020