A video about the experience of a migrant child in a maths class.
An example of using different languages while playing games in physical education (in Spanish and French, age 6-12) .
Celebrate linguistic diversity, viewing it as an opportunity for all learners in the classroom and as a means to develop a sense of togetherness.
Misconceptions about languages
A quiz, available in Albanian, Armenian, Bosnian, Catalan, Croatian, Danish, English, Estonian, French, Frisian, Georgian, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Macedonian, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish and Ukrainian
You may have very different kinds of students in your class and such heterogenity can be discouraging. We would like to present you with three students who may be representative of some of the different profiles you encounter in your class.
Multilingual identity texts
Various plurilingual activities
Translating texts/poems they like from their home language
Help learners to improve their language-learning skills by encouraging them to compare languages (the languages they know, the languages they are learning and other languages).
Please note: the Recommendations below were developed as part of the LIAM project within the Council of Europe’s education programme. The ECML has, in some instances, made minor revisions to the original text and has included further guidance and links to resources for teachers. The ECML would like to thank the LIAM expert group for making these recommendations available.