PLGE – Handbook on Differentiation in L2 Learning Environments

Personalised Learning in Group Environments

PLGE – Handbook on Differentiation in L2 Learning Environments

The first Intellectual Output of the Erasmus +. KA2 Strategic Partnership project for Adult education with the title Handbook on Differentiation in L2 Learning Environments was created with the contribution of all the organisations partners in the project “Personalised Learning in Group Environments”: CWEP from Poland; FyG Consultores from Spain; Quarter Mediation from the Netherlands; Fo.Ri.Um. from Italy and Eurospeak from the United Kingdom. The outcome includes the results of the desk research into and an analysis of differentiation techniques performed by the partner organisations involved in the PLGE consortium, as well as a summary of differentiation techniques, methodologies & best practices, and case studies of differentiation in use in the countries involved in the project (Poland, Spain, Netherlands, Italy and United Kingdom).

The handbook is structured in two parts: Methodologies & techniques and Case studies. The first part contains two related methodologies and techniques chosen as best practice examples by each of the partner organisations involved in the project, as the following: Mnemonic Method and Direct method from Poland; Classroom corners and CLIL from Spain; Storytelling and Drama techniques for teaching from Italy; How to organise personalised education and Language diagnostic in multilingual educational settings from the Netherlands; Think-pair-share and Graded reader library from the United Kingdom. The second part includes ten related case studies, two from each organisation part of the PLGE consortium.

The Handbook on Differentiation in L2 Learning Environments is now available in English and it would be soon available also in the languages of the partners involved in the PLGE project: Polish, Spanish, Dutch and Italian. For more information on the project development, you are invited to check the project website https://plge.erasmus.site/ and follow the project Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/PLGEProject/.