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Learning languages with language stories

The project “Learning languages with language stories” is an interdisciplinary and federative project around children literature. About 83 primary classes and two secondary schools are engaged in this project. Basically volunteers register interdisciplinary children books in various languages in an internet website so teachers can use them in the classrooms The objectives are: - Helping primary and secondary teachers teaching: English and/or German around children literature books in connection with other subjects, - developing intercultural skills among pupils from an early age, - improving language skills development from kindergartens to primary and secondary schools, - helping teachers validating pupils language skills The internet site allows a collaborative exchange of pedagogical material. Currently, four children books and linked pedagogical resources are available in both English and German; for example short videos showing how to set up some creative and ludic activities around language learning. More languages are to be added. Public: - Pupils: from kindergarten to college - Teachers: all teachers in primary and secondary schools

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
Target Language
French, German
Educational Sector
School 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: