Interactive Maps of Language Communities and Skills
These maps show the results of a research on language diversity and key competences of migrant and local adults in each of the involved countries, concerning the ability to communicate in different languages, cultural awareness and digital skills.
Open Textbook on Task-Based Language Teaching
Based on focus groups with real language teachers on the TBLT methodology, a theoretical and practical textbook has been developed. It includes the theoretical background of the TBLT methodology, practical exercises, tools, and guidelines for language teachers who want to implement the TBLT methodology. Furthermore, you will find a broad range of example activities that you can use as a template for your own language teaching. Therefore, there are 3 versions, one complete one with the theory and the example activities, one with only the theory, and one with only the activities. In this way, you can download exactly what serves you.
Also available in: DE – EL – IT
For the reduced version of the Open text book (only the methodology), click here
For the example activities, click here
MOOC on Task-Based Language Teaching
The MOOC includes 5 modules about how to use TBLT for the teaching of a language in order to turn it into an asset for employability and social integration. This learning opportunity is especially for migrants, yet it is also be open to anyone who is interested in acquiring a flexible technique to teach a language.
Click here for more information about the MOOC.
Hand-out for cultural and language exchanges
To increase the impact of the methodology and the competences learned in the MOOC, language cafes were organized in which newly formed migrant language teachers can practice their teaching with local adults, while at the same time learning the local language as tandem language exchange go both ways. To give extra attention to the intercultural aspect of those encounters, special guidelines are developed on how to organize these events while promoting language and cultural exchange.
Framework on Skills Screening, Monitoring and Validation
The validation of skills acquired through non-formal learning methodologies represents a key step of the upskilling pathway, especially for individuals who do not have the possibility to be involved in formal learning paths. In an effort to respond to this need, TANDEM developed a framework supporting skill screening, assessment and validation in non-formal language teaching, including learning objectives, assessment methods, evaluation rubrics, a badge system and a certificate.