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Studying Balkan Languages – Road to European Culture

The main project goal is to bring language learning and teaching closer to real communication Language acquisition is put into practice in standard groups, mini-groups or one-to-one – according to the preferences of the students. The following methodological principles are observed: communicativeness, structure functionality, awareness, visuality, professional orientation. Assistant methods are: direct, translation, audio-visual and audio-lingual. Tools for linguistic competency: programmes; systems for evaluation, validation and identifying of linguistic competences – original standardized tests, developed according to requirements of CEFR; original educative-methodological systems for intensive, semi-intensive and supportive teaching. New methods for introducing teaching material: audio-records of native speakers; workshops in interests: culture, folk, history, theatre, dances , songs; using school and feature films; holding school and discussion forums in Balkan languages (live and on-line).

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Consistency with the European policies in the field of language learning

  • enhancement of quality of language teaching
  • promotion of new approaches to language teaching and learning
  • implementation of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR)
  • promotion of the development of teaching material for the learning of less widely spoken languages
Target Language
Bulgarian, Greek, Romanian, Turkish, Other
Educational Sector
Higher Education

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21 December 2014

Audio- video presentation of the NELLIP project

An audio- video presentation of the NELLIP project has been created and made available in the Information section of the NELLIP portal. To access the presentation please click here: