In this section the aim is to reflect on and develop your language learning skills. How and where do you learn best? What is self-assessment and why is it a useful skill to learn? How can you utilise your language skills in learning something new?

In this section, the aim is

  • to learn to identify your strengths and areas of growth as a language learner,
  • to learn to set objectives for yourself and to assess your learning,
  • to understand the importance of feedback and assessment in learning,
  • to find the best ways for you to learn languages,
  • to understand how language learning outside school supports learning and how to make the most of it, and
  • to reflect on the possibilities for language learning after general upper secondary school.
Path starts from strengths and areas of growth: What kind of language learner and language user am I now? It continues to personal aspirations, motivation and sense of purpose: What do I want for the future and what skills do I need? The path passes along transversal competences (the ability and will to pose questions). Next, it passes continuous learning: How do I maintain and develop language skills in different areas of life after leaving school? The path finally leads to lifelong learning.