My Language Passport gives an overview of your ability to listen to, read, speak and write English. It shows what your abilities are right now: It reflects your current state, but also your progress and any new intercultural experiences you make.
My Language Passport is based on the Self-assessment Grid from the Common European Framework as a basic point of reference. The descriptions of what you are able to do can be quite complicated – but you will be able to find them in your language as well. They are organised in terms of the skills (Listening, Reading, Spoken Interaction, Spoken Production, Writing) and the common reference levels (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2) in the Common European Framework of Reference. The aim is that you get a differentiated feedback about your capacities and competences.
What is important: You own your language passport; it is completely your own estimation of what you are capable of doing in English. It is not only about language competences, but also invites you to reflect upon your intercultural learning experiences. It helps to develop your language passport over time, and it will motivate you to see how you are moving on with your language learning and your intercultural encounters.